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Remember to HELP

Posted by Sunny Sorensen on December 6, 2017

Whether you’re cheerfully singing carols while preparing for a Norman Rockwell worthy celebration or just trying to survive them, there’s no denying the holidays bring with them extra stress and challenges. Remember to HELP. Hope for the best. Instead of trying to think of everything that could go wrong, think of how great everything will […]

Executive Resilience is a Must-Have Skill!

Posted by Amanda Reszkowski on November 29, 2017

What’s the new, must-have executive skill? According to a recent Harvard Business Review article by Srikumar Rao, this skill is executive resilience. In our culture, business moves fast, creating peaks and valleys, gains and setbacks. How one conceptualizes and responds to these events is paramount to the outcome, and to maintaining resiliency.  Resiliency is the capacity […]

The Process of Learning Resilience

Posted by Tyler Arvig on November 27, 2017

Life is an exercise in managing stress. Every day we are faced with barriers, some small and some large. In the work R3 Continuum does, I am routinely in awe of how often people succeed in the face of seemingly insurmountable stressors. Resilience is a commonly used term, mostly as a thing — as in, […]

Demystifying Resilience

Posted by Jeff Gorter on November 20, 2017

Resilience is a popular concept today, especially in the face of turbulent times and a seemingly endless series of mass tragedy events. Everyone is “pro” resilience, but what does that really mean – what does it look like? Is resilience a trait, something you’re born with and either have or don’t? Or is it a […]

Resilience is a Verb

Posted by George L. Vergolias on November 15, 2017

We hear lots of talk on resilience these days – developing resilience, qualities of resilience, raising resilient kids, and of course examples of resiliency. Often resilience is spoken of as a “thing,” a “quality,” or a “state” one enters, and it can take on a magical sort of essence. How do I get that, how […]

The Contagion Effect of Mass Shootings

Posted by George L. Vergolias on November 10, 2017

Ironic as it sounds in the United States, we’ve seen a burst of mass shootings and attacks in the past few months. Since June of this year we’ve seen 6 such attacks: 6/14/17 Alexandria, Virginia – firearm attack on a US Congressman and his aides at a baseball field; 1 killed, 5 injured 8/12/17 Charlottesville, […]

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: What?

Posted by Kathy Steele on November 1, 2017

There are a number things that run through my head when I first learn of new treatment processes that are not traditionally used for psychological conditions, such as medication and evidenced-based psychological therapies. When I heard about a relatively new treatment called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), I had a lot of questions. What is TMS? […]

Concierge services as preventative mental health for executives

Posted by Amanda Reszkowski on October 25, 2017

In the last decade, we’ve seen high-profile cases that highlight the need for organizations to be prepared to deal with mental health issues among executives. In these circumstances, both the privacy of the individual and the protection of the business are the key considerations. For example, in November of 2011, shares in Lloyds TSB, one […]

Preventing Workplace Violence: Warning Signs of Predatory Violence

Posted by Cassie Yatsko-Shurr on October 18, 2017

Although still a rare occurrence, the frequency of active attacker scenarios has increased in the past decade. Since the beginning of 2017 alone, there have been at least eight high profile incidents of workplace shootings. In this current environment, employers need to take a more proactive approach to ensuring the safety of their employees. An […]

Suicide Prevention: Protective Factors and Interventions

Posted by Jennifer Kurtz on October 13, 2017

Given the unfortunate prevalence of suicide, and our inability to accurately predict who is going to engage in suicidal behavior, today we focus on what we can do. We focus on the positive. What are protective factors against suicidal behaviors and what can be done to mitigate some risk factors? Protective Factors Research has demonstrated […]