Developing Psychological Resiliency

Resilience is the ability to return to the original state or form after being stretched, compressed or bent.
It is the ability to recover from adversity. It means buoyancy; elasticity. Needless to say, developing resilience is a highly desirable quality in today’s ever-changing world.
Becoming more resilient may be the key to surviving the new workplace. In his book Resilience: A Change for the Better, Daryl R. Conner outlines five characteristics of resilient people. They are:

• Focused
• Flexible
• Organized
• Proactive

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.