About The Stress & Resilience Institute
WELCOME TO THE STRESS & RESILIENCE INSTITUTE
The Stress & Resilience Institute studies the effects of stress and burnout on organizations and busy professionals and delivers cutting edge programs designed to increase thriving at work, prevent burnout, and build resilience to stress.
We translate cutting edge research in the areas of stress, burnout, and resilience into practical strategies for health, personal success, and building a stronger, more resilient you.
We also translate this research into practical strategies for companies who want to lessen the effects of burnout on their employees and build a more resilient, thriving, and engaged workplace.
GLOBAL RESOURCES FOR LEADERS:
“The candor of your discussion, coupled with the practicality of your advice, made a strong impression on our participants, and I believe could make a real difference for them going forward.”
OUR TEAM & PARTNERS
My work is regularly featured on my blogs in The Huffington Post, Forbes, Psychology Today and Fast Company. I am the author of three e-books, 10 Things Happy People Do Differently, Addicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention, and STRONG: Stress Relief Strategies When You Have 10 Minutes or Less. I will be co-authoring a chapter about the efficacy of teaching burnout prevention and resilience skills to medical students in the forthcoming book, Relational and Appreciative Practices in Healthcare. I am also authoring a chapter about resilience in a forthcoming book on well-being in the legal profession to be published by the American Bar Association.
LT. COL. SYLVIA LOPEZ
Sylvia Lopez is a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve stationed at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. She is a Small Group Leader for the Command General Staff and Officers College educating and developing field grade officers to be agile, innovative and adaptive leaders to lead organizations under complex and uncertain mission environments. Sylvia is also a Master Resilience Trainer and she teaches resilience skills across the nation to service members and their families, Department of the Army employees, and government contractors. Sylvia is a certified instructor for Living Works and she teaches suicide intervention skills for the US Army and communities.
Megan is an administrative professional who works to support her clients by interpreting and executing tasks. She utilizes her experience working in administration, finance management, and operations to excel in achieving results. Megan believes that by identifying new tasks, she allows her clients to focus on growing and succeeding in their industry. She is excited to be a part of the mission and vision of the Stress and Resilience Institute.
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