Welcome to Module 3: Mindfulness for Handling Stress & Building Resilience!
This course consists of 11 lessons. Each lesson consists of a video introduction (sometimes two), followed by reading(s) and/or written exercise(s). There are audio versions of the downloadable documents so you can listen to the reading instead, if that’s your preferred style.
Each lesson consists of a video introduction (sometimes two), followed by reading(s) and/or written exercise(s). Lessons are between 20 and 40 minutes in length, depending on how fast you read and how fully you engage in the exercises. Videos are mostly about 5 minutes long; some are shorter, and some slightly longer. Total course length is therefore about 4 hours, which you could do in one-hour sessions. There are audio versions of the downloadable documents so you can listen to the reading instead, if that’s your preferred style.
What are you waiting for? Right where you are, is the entry point!
Begin by selecting Lesson 1 below. You need to complete each lesson before you can move to the next lesson.
This lesson is in four parts. The theme is Module 2 Review. Part 1 This is an audioslide that will guide you through a review of your experiences since Module 2 using particular questions. Watching this will presence you to the benefits you’ve enjoyed as a result of your participation […]
This is a practical exercise. The theme is When Psychology Met Mindfulness. Take the time to read and/or listen to the article below, which is about the contribution of mindfulness to reducing the impact of chronic stress. NOTE All PDF downloads have an audio version as well. You may choose to download and […]
This lesson is in two parts. The theme is My Module 3 Outcomes. Part 1 Please watch the video below. Item 4.1 | Lead-In: Module 3 Outcomes & Mindfulness Links Part 2 When you’ve watched the above video, in order to get the most out of your participation in this […]
The theme of this lesson is The “What Is” of Stress. Take the time to watch this video. The theme is The “What Is” of Stress. Colinda takes you through a phenomenological description of stress — in other words, stress as you experience it. This is one of the most […]
This lesson is in three parts. The themes are (Part 1) The 3 Key Elements and (Part 2) Being Aware: Your Stress Indicators and (Part 3) Balance Your Stress Equation. Part 1 This is a key concept. The theme is The Three Key Elements. Take the time to watch this brief audioslide. […]
This lesson is in three parts. The theme is Being Nonjudgemental: Stress & Equanimity Part 1 Take the time to watch the video below, in which Neil explains how you can apply the key element of being nonjudgemental to stress. He introduces two important concepts: context and equanimity. This is […]
This lesson is in two parts. The theme is Being Nonreactive: Letting Things Surface. Part 1 This is a key concept. The theme is Letting Things Surface. Neil provides an example of how you can apply what you learned in the previous lesson to real-life situations in order to allow […]
This lesson is in three parts. The theme is Completion Part 1 Take the time to watch the video below, in which Neil explains what completion is and how a lack of completion links to your experience of stress. This is one of the most important elements of this entire […]
This lesson contains two items and will support you in starting to bring together the learning you’ve gained from this module. Part 1 Take the time to read the downloadable PDF document or listen to the audio version of this item in the lesson. The theme for the first item […]
This lesson is in three parts and includes a summary of the module plus information about additional resources, as well as your off-the-field practices to carry you through until you complete the next module. Part 1 This is a summary of the Module 3 content. Please take the time to […]