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How to G.R.O.W. Resilience

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 9:30am to 11:00am



Location: Old Main, Silver & Sage Room


Learn how to use evidence-based practices to increase resiliency in professional and personal settings.

The workshop will utilize the G.R.O.W. (Grit, Reflect, Open, Why) method. It will include didactic and experiential components to help you identify and implement resiliency skills and practices in an ongoing manner.

After this workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the meaning of resilience in your own professional and personal experience.
  2. Describe four qualities of resilience (G.R.O.W.) and how these apply to your own resiliency traits.
  3. Increase your self-awareness for areas of growth, skill building, and promoting resiliency.
  4. Implement the G.R.O.W. method when encountering adversity in the future.



Tanya Lauer

Tanya Lauer, LPC

Employee Assistance Counselor, UA Life & Work Connections

Tanya specializes in trauma healing, resilience, mindfulness, and recovery from co-occurring disorders. She has worked as a counselor and clinical director in residential treatment centers and outpatient settings.

She is a co-author of “The Essence of Resilience: Stories of Triumph over Trauma,” a contributor to the Huffington Post, and a keynote speaker.

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