Building and maintaining resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic
Join Max Eames on his presentation about resilience
At the intersection of positive psychology and CBT, ‘resilience’ can be viewed not as a fixed personality trait, but as a fluid process. This is exciting because it then becomes possible to create personal models for becoming more resilient. Drawing from emergent strengths-based approaches in CBT, we are more likely to cope with adversity, manage unwelcome life-events, and extract value and meaning from instances of challenge or struggle.
In this presentation with Max Eames, you will be armed with the tools to actively engage in a step-by-step methodology for practising resilience, which you can put to the test in real-world settings the very next day. In so doing, you will be invited to reflect on the seven areas of competence likely to serve as foundations for resilience in YOUR everyday life – both in these unprecedented times and into the future.
Max is a Senior Lecturer in Counselling and Psychotherapy at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the Department of Professional Psychology at the University of East London. As a Senior-Accredited Psychotherapist (MBACP), he also works with individuals and teams who require clinical supervision in context of postgraduate-trainee, NHS-affiliated, and private-practice settings.
Join via Microsoft Teams at 2pm on 3 June.
Conference ID: 461 332 184#