Resiliency: Developing Mental Flexibility (Perception Awareness)

Resiliency: Developing Mental Flexibility Workshop (Perception Awareness)


In this two-hour workshop, we will describe how our perception awareness is influenced by perceptual processing of our environment. This includes distinguishing between perceived threats and real threats as well as the differences between choice, demand, and control. Through applying these techniques, participants will develop basic perception awareness skills that will aid in personal and professional resiliency.

Help employees learn to:

  • Describe the processes involved in perceptual processing
  • Define schemata and the cognitive belief system
  • Explain perceptual and cognitive restructuring
  • Differentiate between internal and external locus of control
  • Distinguish a perceived threat from a real threat
  • Distinguish choice from demand

Course Details

  • Target Audience: Individuals in helping, caring, serving, and protecting careers
  • Modality: In-person or virtual

Location Flexible: on-site, on-campus or custom
Course type In Person
Start dates TBD