Resiliency

What can we control?

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / May 18, 2020

In the midst of this pandemic, how does focusing on what we can control make us feel compared to thinking about what we cannot control?

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The Coming Mental Health Crisis

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / May 9, 2020

Recent deaths of healthcare workers by suicide are only the tip of the iceberg. Recent research indicates a significant rise in distress among all of us.

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Changing A Culture

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / May 4, 2020

Lowering the suicide rates among responders and healthcare workers means changing the cultures of “suck it up, ruck it up, drive on.

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Adapt and Overcome

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / April 29, 2020
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Time Management During COVID-19

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / April 15, 2020

In this time of social distancing and working remotely maintaining a routine is important to being resilient.

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This ain’t no pep talk

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / April 14, 2020

COVID-19 is going to be traumatic for the healthcare workers on the frontlines of this pandemic. Self-care is paramount.

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What a time to start a blog about resilience

By Michael Wm. Marks Ph.D., ABPP / April 13, 2020

This is beginning of a weekly blog that will explore skills to improve our resilience in these unique and challenging times.

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RESILIENT QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Observe, record, tabulate, communicate. Use your five senses. Learn to see, learn to hear, learn to feel, learn to smell, and know that by practice alone you can become expert.”

— William Olser, MD
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One Tree Learning Institute

Our program is the application of resiliency practices that manage stress. The focus is on evidence-based practices and systems of resilience. We all will get changed by life events, but what that change looks like will depend on us. We can become survivors and grow from those experiences, rather than become victims of them. We have the power to help others grow by learning from our perspective. It is important for us to share the insights’ we have learned from working with these skills. In doing so we create a “clan” that sustains us; a place where we both give and receive.

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