Circle Registration

Family Circle Registration

Register for We Are Resilient™
Resilience Circles
for Parent/Caregiver

We explore the We Are Resilient™ approach from the perspective of a parent/caregiver and learn how to strengthen personal and family resilience.
Next session starts with Coach Kristie on August 19th, 6:30pm PT/ 9:30pm ET

Register for We Are Resilient™
Resilience Circles
for Men

In this Resilience Circle, we will approach the content from a male perspective including anyone who identifies as male.
Next session starts with Coach Bryan on Wednesday, August 5th, 7pm PT/ 10pm ET
General Circle Registration

Register for We Are Resilient™
General
Resilience Circles

These six-week sessions provide an opportunity to learn about yourself and learn from others in a supportive environment.
Next session starts with Coach Di starts the week of Sept 7. Time and day TBD.

Sample Session Content

Session 1

  • Introductions
  • We Are Resilient™ overview
  • Identify the Protective Patterns we use

Session 2

  • Check in and  reflection
  • Introduce Centering Skills
  • Explore Noticing Myself and Breathing Mindfully through experiential activity
  • Provide practices to strengthen the two skills

Session 3

  • Check in and Protective Pattern reflection / Centering Skills practice reflection
  • Explore Letting Go and Finding Gratitude through experiential activity
  • Provide practices to strengthen the two skills

Session 4

  • Check in and Protective Pattern reflection / Centering Skills practice reflection
  • Explore Nurturing Myself and Positive Reframing through experiential activity
  • Provide practices to strengthen the two skills

Session 5

  • Check in and Protective Pattern reflection / Centering Skills practice reflection
  • Workshop Protective Patterns and relationship to Centering SkillsProvide reflective activity

Session 6

  • Check in and Protective Pattern reflection / Centering Skills practice reflection
  • Resiliency reflection and sharing
  • What’s Next: Connecting and Collaborating

We Are Resilient™ Coaches

We Are Resilient Coach Di

Di Cullen

My favorite parts of facilitating these circles are hearing and appreciating people’s stories. Discovering the wisdom of the group together. I learn something about myself in every circle! My passion is to create dynamic, heart-centered communities of deep connection, self appreciation and explosive growth and impact.
Go to Protective Pattern: Hypervigilance
Go to Centering Skill: Breathing
We Are Resilient Coach Chuck

Chuck Fisher

I am moved by the self-acceptance and freedom people gain when “seeing” that their Protective Patterns are normal and useful. When people are transparent with each other, everyone in the group gains self-acceptance. It is deeply rewarding and opens the pathway to really digging into the Centering Skills.
Go to Protective Pattern: Hypervigilance
Go to Centering Skill: Breathing
We Are Resilient Coach Kristie

Kristie Cannady

My favorite part of the We Are Resilient™ Circles is connecting with people from all over the country. It is inspiring to learn from each group and help facilitate a community coming together. Sharing real life experience, participants are able to see how we all have Protective Patterns and we all have the ability to strengthen our Personal, Relational and Group Resilience.
Go to Protective Pattern: Attacking
Go to Centering Skill: Letting Go
We Are Resilient Coach Bryan

Bryan Clement

Connecting with other people is one of my greatest joys in life, so the fact that I get the opportunity to do it as part of my job makes me truly grateful. I hope that participants will grow awareness and confidence in their own resilience skills, and that they can find a little peace when dealing with all the struggles that life can bring.
Go to Protective Pattern: Attacking and Hyper-Caretaking
Go to Centering Skill: Noticing Myself
What is a Resilience Circle
We Are Resilient Coach Meri

Meri McCoy-Thompson

I love facilitating resilience circles because the program really resonates with so many participants. They learn small changes in their thinking and behavior has big payoffs in their lives and in their relationships. I hope that they walk away with a better understanding of how their Protective Patterns can derail them and few more tools to bring themselves, their relationships, and their group back to center.
Go to Protective Pattern: Attacking
Go to Centering Skill: Finding Gratitude