Catalyzing Brain Change and Recovering Our Resilience

Catalyzing Brain Change and Recovering Our Resilience

How you respond to the issue….is the issue.

– Frankie Perez

Whether we’re facing a series of small annoyances or an utter disaster, we cultivate the flexibility – innate in our brains – to choose how we respond.  It takes awareness.  It takes practice.  It takes perseverance.  As we change old patterns and strengthen our resilience, we come to see ourselves as people who can be resilient, are competent at coping, and are competent at learning how to cope.

Introduction to Resilience

Introduction to Neuroplasticity

Introduction to Conditioning

Introduction to New Conditioning

See also Creating Better Choices through New Conditioning

Introduction to Re-Conditioning

See also Exercise in Re-Conditioning

Introduction to De-Conditioning

See also Relaxing in a Reverie

Additional exercises are available in Resilience: Powerful Practices for Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Even Disaster.