Resilience Development

for Businesses and Employees

A quarter of all employees view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives according to the centers for disease control and prevention.


Resilience is built by attitudes, behaviors and social supports. This seminar provides 5 proven strategies to build business and personal resilience based on the latest neuroscience, behavioral and organizational research.

Using Benefits to Enhance Employee Recruitment Efforts and Retention

Potential candidates care about more than just salary. Learn what you can add to improve your benefits package and prove to your employees that you care about their welfare.

Build a Company Culture of

Positive Mental Health and Wellness  

Proven strategies to build a culture of well-being in your company. You will learn the nationwide impact mental illness costs employers and the economy; how to break the silence in your company; review how to deliver affordable access; and, create a company that promotes, supports, and improves the mental health of employees and their families.

Strategies for Creating a

Safe and Connected School Climate

Schools need to adopt a well-thought-out system for responding to threats and develop guidelines for the role of law enforcement agencies in the threat-response process.

Strategies for Reducing Cell Phone

and Technology Addiction

We now know that smartphones, iPads, and electronic games can be a form of digital drug. Recent brain imaging research is showing that they affect the brain’s frontal cortex – which controls executive functioning, including impulse control – in the same way that cocaine does. Technology is so hyper-arousing that it raises levels of brain neurotransmitters that are involved in the addiction dynamic. Review the warning signs, symptoms and steps you can take to regain control.

Creating a Respectful Workplace Preventing Violence and Harassment

In this experiential learning workshop, employees will review techniques that can be used to prevent workplace violence and harassment.