Restore & Revive: Cultivating a Resilience Practice
It is impossible to get through life without varying degrees of adversity. Some of our challenges are byproducts of our choices, like moving to a new community or changing jobs, while others come into our lives like unwelcome house guests.
Like a sailboat that is prepared for all conditions, what if we could trust in ourselves to weather the storms? With a healthy resilience practice, this is possible.
Why do you need resilience? Resilience is the ability to “bounce back” or recover from challenging events. A resilience practice is critical for maintaining our mental health and overall well-being.
Over the past two years, Cindy Thompson has been studying resilience and learning from the lived experience of her guests on A Resilience Project podcast. Drawing on 30 + years in the counselling field and the distilled practices of her guests on the podcast, Cindy will introduce you to evidence-based resilience practices to help you thrive.
Topics that will be covered include:
- The value of having a resilience skill set
- The difference between “white-knuckling it through” and thriving
- Getting clear on our values can serve as a guide in the decisions we make
- How to revive and restore your sense of well-being
- Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable
Cindy Thompson Bio
Over the past 30 years Cindy has been fully immersed in the psychology behind personal transformation, overcoming adversity, capitalizing on strengths, and discovering possibilities. Having accompanied thousands of individuals on their journey to personal and professional success she has an undeniable belief in human potential.
With a Master of Science in Psychology from Capella University, Cindy is the sole proprietor of a private counselling practice in Parksville, BC. In 2020 Cindy completed the Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University and is the co-founder of Thompson Leadership Coaching with her husband Robert. Cindy serves as a coach for Leadership Vancouver Island, a non-profit community-focused leadership development program and is the host of “A Resilience Project” podcast.
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