What is Resilience Plus?
Research highlights the negative effects of persistent, high levels of stress on the mind and body. Workers in high-stress environments are more likely to develop secondary trauma, compassion fatigue, and burnout.
A recent survey of 1,257 health workers showed that 50.4% reported depression, 44.6% reported anxiety, 34% reported insomnia, and 71.5% reported distress (Lai et al., 2020). The study concluded that there is an urgent need for mental health interventions that address the mental health of workers in high-stress environments.
To this end, the Resilience Plus program was developed to provide workers with brain-based interventions that help build inner resilience and positively rewire the brain to manage highly stressful experiences through comprehensive psychoeducation and daily self-care practices.