How to cope with life’s challenges and improve well-being
Resilience is when a person uses their strengths and skills to manage life’s challenges.
We all need resilience skills to help manage the stresses of life and this is particularly important to consider for a person with a learning disability. This half day training will look at how resilience can be developed and consider areas such as confidence, self-esteem, self-efficacy and the roles they play in resilience.
Anybody wanting to learn resilience skills to support others or themselves will find this training hugely inspiring and life-changing.
What we will cover
- What is resilience and how does it affect good mental health and well-being?
- Understanding confidence, self-esteem, self-efficacy and how they differ.
- How do these topics affect a person with a learning disability?
- Boosting resilience – taking a holistic approach to thinking about resilience and putting it into practice.
This course is aimed at anyone who wants to get a better understanding of how to develop better resilience skills for themselves or others. It will also cover how this can apply to people with a learning disability.
About the trainer
Julie Jones is trained at post-graduate level in mental health and trained to support people using a range of interventions including Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
Julie views that mental health is about the whole person, their community and society. She looks to improve mental health and well-being through relevant and thought-provoking training, improving workplace practices and supporting people to take care of their well-being.