Transformational Resilience Conferences, Workshops, amd Webinars

The Transformational Resilience Workshops help individuals and groups enhance their natural capacities to cope with acute trauma and chronic toxic stress directly and indirectly generated by climate change and other adversities and to use them as transformational catalyst to learn and grow. The Leadership for ResilienceTM Workshops focus on teaching these skills to community leaders, and the Building Resilient Organizations and CommunitiesTM Workshops are about fostering resilience-enhancing entities. Bob Doppelt will be the host and a primary instructor for the workshops. More on workshop instructors. Surveys given to participants in five Leadership for ResilienceTM workshops show an extremely positive response from participants especially in terms of how much they learned and the usefulness of this information from the workshop. Read more about the positive survey results.

 

To See the List of Free 1 hr Introductory Workshops on Transformational Resilience Go To The Home Page on This Website


Previous Transformational Resilience Workshops 

Lane County Resilience Summit, Eugene, Oregon, June 6, 2017!

The Summit is Sold Out!

In 2016, we coordinated an Oregon community-based initiative called Building a Resilient Lane County. Educational skills-building workshops were held once a month at the downtown Eugene public library on different topics related to building personal and psycho-social-spiritual resilience within organizations and communities.  All workshops were free and open to the public with between 25-70 people attending.

The program is now expanding beyond Eugene to include other communities in Lane County. The Lane County Resilience Summit will kick off the expansion. The Summit will be held on Tuesday June 6 from 9:30 am to 12 noon in the Bascom/Tykeson rooms at the downtown Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. Eugene. 

Please join us at the Resilience Summit if you are interested in learning about, or becoming involved with, an initiative to expand knowledge, skills, and tools to adults and youth throughout Lane County to prevent adverse personal and psycho-social-spiritual reactions to individual, family, group, community, natural, or climate change-related traumas and toxic stresses--and help people use those adversities as transformational catalysts to learn, grow, and thrive.

We apologize, but the Resilience Summit is sold out.  There are no additional spaces available.

For information about the Summit including the agenda and list of speakers, click here.

 

 

Customized On-Site Workshops and Webinars Available for Groups 

For information about these workshops, please contact tr@trig-cli.org

  • Transformational Resilience for mental Health and Human Service Workers
    This workshop will teach mental health and human services professionals how to teach preventative psychological resilience skills to their clients and partners to help learn, grow, and thrive in the midst of all types of adversity and stress. 
  • Transformational Resilience for Emergency Responders, Health Care, Food Security, Police, Fire and Other Emergency Services Providers 
    This workshop will teach emergency responders, health care, food security, police, fire and other emergency services providers how to calm their emotions and thoughts in the midst of disasters. It will also teach skills to learn, grow, and make wise and skillful decisions in the midst of trauma and stress. 
  • Transformational Resilience for Environmental and Climate Practitioners
    This workshop will teach climate and environmental policy specialists, activists, and scientists skills to cope with work-related moral distress and compassion fatigue in ways that lead to new purpose, direction, and hope. It will also help them learn how to use environmental and other adversities as opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive as humans. 
  • Transformational Resilience For Communities
    This workshop will teach public, private, and non-profit community leaders preventative psychological resilience building skills to enable them to help community members learn how to calm their emotions and thoughts in the midst of tension and adversity. It will also teach skills to help residents learn how to use adversity of all types to learn, grow, and make wise and skillful decisions. 
  • Transformational Resilience for Organizations
    This workshop will teach senior executives as well as mid-level managers and staff from public, private, and non-profit organizations skills to calm their emotions and thoughts in the midst of stress and adversity. It will also teach skills to help leaders transition their organization from a trauma-organized to resilience-enhancing system.
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Courses For Human Service, Mental and Physical Health, and Environmental Professionals 
    Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is an evidence-based stress management program developed by the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness. This program will help anyone in the human services, mental and physical health, and environmental professions learn MBSR skills to deal with the trauma and stresses generated by their jobs and life history. For more information about our MBSR courses, go to this link: MBSR Course Offerings

Transformational Resilience Program Brochure

Payment for Workshops

Payment may be submitted by check or PayPal. Checks should be made out to "TRIG" and mailed to: TRIG; PO Box 50772; Eugene OR 97405. (Note: this is a PO Box specifically for workshop registrations.)

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received two weeks or more prior the workshop will receive a refund less $50 handling fee. No refund will be possible for cancellations made within two weeks of the workshop; however, you will be able to apply the amount that you paid minus a $50 processing fee to future Transformational Resilience workshops.