Linda Graham, MFT

Resilience: Healing Loss and Trauma with Compassion, Clarity and Courage

webinar time

Friday 19 October
9.00am – 10.30am ADST
Duration: 90 minutes


$143 ($130 +GST)

Inclusions: recording of the webinar made available after the session, a certificate of attendance with 1.5 CPD hours, any handouts as provided by the presenter

Webinar outline

People do learn and grow from meeting the challenges and adversities of the human condition when they have enough support, resources and skills to do so.

This webinar explores discoveries of neuroscientists, mental health counselors, and spiritual teachers in the emerging field of resilience and post-traumatic growth, that teach us how people can learn to cope resiliently with the trials, even tragedies, of their lives, bounce back from any level of disappointment, difficulty, even disaster, and find a deeper sense of meaning, purpose, and fulfillment through their process of recovery.

Participants will learn to apply practices of five intelligences:

  • Somatic Intelligence – body-based tools to return the body-brain to its natural baseline physiological equilibrium which primes the neuroplasticity of the brain for learning.
  • Emotional intelligence – tools to manage powerful surges of anger, fear, grief, shame and guilt, retire the inner critic, and cultivate the mindful empathy and positive emotions that shifts the brain into response flexibility and resilience
  • Relational intelligence within one’s self – integrating various inner voices or parts that must work together as the flow of the personal self
  • Relational intelligence with others – developing interpersonal skills to engage with people, intimately or socially, in ways that are healthy, resonant, productive and fulfilling.  Deepening trust and connection with other people as refuges and resources of resilience.
  • Reflective Intelligence – using mindful awareness to see clearly what is happening and our reactions to what is happening, discern options and make wise choices.

And then apply those tools to five factors that predict genuine post-traumatic growth: acceptance of reality (and the consequences of what happened); resourcing with family, friends, friends, and community; recognizing the positive in the midst of the difficult, finding the silver linings and the lessons learned, writing a coherent narrative of the event within the larger life story, so that clients can reliably discover new opportunities and new directions in their lives.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the differences among four processes of brain change.
  • Teach clients three tools of regulating the nervous system.
  • Teach clients three tools of using positive emotions to antidote the brain’s negativity bias.
  • Teach clients steps of mindful awareness as applied to resilience.

Who should attend

Psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, coaches – any professional who is providing services online.




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