This 10-hour course offers six video modules that impart over 25 skills to foster resilience within oneself, between one another, and as a community. Each Module is accompanied by an in-depth Participant Toolkit that has definitions, descriptions, activities, and resources. A detailed Facilitator's Guide is also included with each Module. Each guide offers structured facilitation scripts by which the activities in each Module can be shared with others in your community.
The Modules take approximately 75-minutes each to complete. This includes a 45 min slide show video plus the time to complete the integrated activities. The topics for each of the Modules are as follows:
Module 1 - SELF: Leaning on Resilience to Heal, Grow & Transform
Module 2 - BODY: Managing Stress through Self-Care
Module 3 - MIND: Shifting Mindsets to Promote Growth and Mental Well-being
Module 4 - HEART: Creating Space for Community Care
Module 5 - CONNECTION: Practicing Empathy to Support Others
Module 6 - CIRCLE: Fostering Inclusivity and Connection in Campus Spaces
The course offers many structured skills and activities including mindfulness and grounding practices, journaling activities, compassionate coaching skills, action plans, self-care practices, and trauma-healing frameworks.
The Orientation Module at the beginning of this Program will walk you through best practices for how to get the most of your time with this series. The Closing Module at the end of the series will support you in bringing your learnings into your everyday life.
This course is an excellent resource for continuing education and professional development. Participants have an option to receive a Certificate of Completion that can be used for professional CEUs where applicable.
This program was developed with the support of the University of California, Santa Cruz and the Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation. For more information on how this Training Program can support mental health and well-being of all populations on campus, please contact Nikita Gupta at [email protected].