Three Types of Resilience Training

….because people have different learning needs and styles

Resilience is developed in a person by improving competencies with the 9 traits of resilience, all of which play an essential part in at least two important areas of human experience:

  1. Gaining awareness of one’s psychological functions and optimizing them
  2. Being aware of one’s relationships health and working to make improvements

Consistent education and training, coupled with mentoring and a mechanism for tracking progress, are required in order to make lasting changes in either of these two areas of experience.

In training thousands of people to increase their resilience over these past years, we’ve learned that brief training does not promote sustainable change. To achieve increased resilience, people require at least 22 hours of education and experiential training stretched out over ten weeks to create the type of awareness that brings changes in one’s beliefs, thoughts and emotions.


This involves joining a 10-person facilitated group, one hour per week, over seven weeks. In between each meeting, participants complete two e-learning homework assignments that are pushed by a personal app, as well as three tele-mentoring sessions over a ten-week period.

Note: Group training allows people to attend using an alias if they require confidentiality


This type of training is identical to the online group training mentioned above, but instead of the group meeting online, they meet in person and use gamification training.


This type of training was developed for executives, who process confidential information that cannot be disclosed in a group but require a mentor who understands the challenges and issues of an executive.

To interest people in resilience, our clinical team has developed an interactive workshop that evokes people to see the many benefits that increased resilience can bring to one’s life.

The Resilient Mind project provides all the scientifically proven tools that helps build resilience in people. Whether you are an individual looking for some direction to be able to become a more resilient and happier version of yourself; or a business leader looking forward to creating resilient and more profitable organizations; or a healthcare provider looking forward to partner with us and play your part in creating a more resilient planet, The Resilient Mind project has something for you.

Currently, individuals and organizations who want to begin training can do so by registering for the online sessions through our website.

If you work in the healthcare sector or are a coach/counsellor, willing to include resilience training in your practice, The Resilient Mind project has something for you too.

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