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135. Resilience Training + Our Roots of Resilience Series

In this episode of the Joy Lab podcast, we (Dr. Henry Emmons and Dr. Aimee Prasek) reintroduce our Roots of Resilience series, focusing on building resilience and uncovering joy by blending scientific and soulful approaches. And big news! Our Resilience Training program will be added to our NMH community this summer. In this series (and more so in the program) we'll explore foundational aspects of resilience within the three interrelated categories body, mind, and heart or soul. It's an empowering approach to resilience that emphasizes the importance of acknowledging our wholeness for a joyful and resilient life. 


Watch this episode on YouTube.


Key Moments: 

00:00 Welcome to Joy Lab
00:40 Introducing the Roots of Resilience Series
01:55 The Importance of Resilience in Building a Joyful Life
04:02 Exploring the Three Pillars of Resilience: Body, Mind, and Soul
06:03 Empowering Your Resilience and Joy Journey
06:39 Join the NMH Community for the Resilience Training Program
08:22 Closing Thoughts and Inspirational Wisdom


Sources and Notes:

  • We referenced the Podcourse in this episode. That series is similar to our Resilience Training Program. To get the most of the course, you may want to follow along in order, beginning with episode #78 and you can visit the Podcourse Page to find all the episodes. However, these episodes can be listened to in any order and you can take action with any strategy that you feel connected to. 
  • Resilience Quiz and free Mini-CourseBased on decades of clinical experience, we've created a model of resilience that is both helpful and practical. True to our approach at Natural Mental Health, we start with strengths. You'll identify these strengths in your Resilience Type. Your Resilience Type highlights your unique strengths, what fuels your joy, what keeps you in balance, and the lifestyle practices that most nourish you. After you find your Resilience Type, sign up for your free mini-course to receive tailored lifestyle practices (e.g., foods to eat more of, ideal forms of exercise, supplements, and mindfulness activities) that can support your mood, resilience, and overall wellbeing.
  • NMH Community: Access lots of extra resilience-boosting resources (like our Sleeping Well Workshop) AND you'll join a group of inspiring folks who play an integral role in keeping this podcast going... which means powerful resources (like this podcourse) stay accessible to everyone. Note: our NMH Community includes the Joy Lab program.
  • Joy Lab Program: Take the next leap in your wellbeing journey with step-by-step practices to help you build and maintain the elements of joy in your life.
  • Subscribe to our Newsletter: Join us over at NaturalMentalHealth.com for exclusive emails, updates, and additional strategies.
  • Check out our favorite resilience-boosting reads: https://bookshop.org/shop/NMHreads
  • Where to shop:
    • Our partner store at Fullscript: This is where you can find high-quality supplements and wellness products. Except for our CBD Gummies, any product links mentioned in the show notes below will require an accountSign up for your free Fullscript account here: https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/nmh/store-start
    • Resilient Remedies: This is where you can find our line of trusted, high-quality CBD gummies: https://www.resilientremedies.com/


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