Finding Resilience + Calm in Times of Crisis
Get Even More Support for Stressful Times
A 3-week interactive, online conversation
with Ann Weiser Cornell
Right now calm might feel…well, impossible.
Things are truly hard at the moment. And experiencing challenging emotions in difficult times is normal.
Yet, given the right skills, you can find a still place inside that will carry you through all the unfolding stress and uncertainty.
I’ve been helping people do this for over 35 years in more than 19 countries worldwide, and I’d love to help you too.
It is possible to:
- Soothe your anxiety and fear so you can make clear decisions for yourself and the ones you love
- Know exactly what to do when emotions get overwhelming so you can come back to calm faster
- Be compassionate with your feelings and the feelings of those closest to you right now
You can be resilient and calm, even during a crisis.
Let me show you how.
And no, you don’t have to deny or bury your feelings to do it. In fact, the solution is just the opposite.
Join me for a 3-week community support conversation where I’ll guide you through ways to tap into your inner strength.
Together we’ll talk about how it is to live through this crisis.
Plus you’ll get weekly practices to help you be compassionate with all of your emotions so you can access your most powerful inner resources: resilience and calm. You’ll also have access to a community for even more support.
If you’re struggling right now, I can help…
Join Me and Get Even More Support for Stressful Times
Finding Resilience + Calm in Times of Crisis
June 1 to 15, 2020
3 Mondays: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Pacific Time
Taught by Ann Weiser Cornell. Live Online Course
Registration closes June 1st.
This session, in addition to addressing whatever is arising for the group, we’ll talk about:
- How External Events Don’t Cause Your Feelings
- The Miracle of Inner Empathy
- Ways You Can Bring Calm to Your Relationships
As part of our mission to make Focusing accessible, we’re now offering Buy One, Give One.
Here’s how it works: For every person that signs up for Finding Resilience + Calm in Times of Crisis, we’ll give one spot away to someone who’s struggling financially because of the COVID 19 crisis.
If you’re purchasing a spot in this course, you don’t need to do anything special to “give one.” If you know of someone who would benefit from this program, just send them here.
If you’re struggling and would like to get a free spot, just fill out fill out the simple form below.Need Financial Assistance? Click Here
What People Are Saying About the Support for Stressful Times Webinars that Inspired this Course…
“…amazing support.” ~J.M.
“…so helpful.” ~T.V.
“…glad this is here.” ~S.P.
“Thank you for conducting these programs…[they are], in a word, lovely.” ~M.M.
“I find it very helpful, particularly your calming presence.” ~P.G.
“Thank you Ann! I appreciate you so much, and all your compassionate guidance.” ~L.R.
About Your Guide
Ann Weiser Cornell, PhD, is the co-developer (with Barbara McGavin) of Inner Relationship Focusing. Ann learned Focusing in 1972 from its developer, Eugene Gendlin, and was his close friend and colleague to the end of his life.
Ann has written several definitive books on Focusing, including The Power of Focusing: A Practical Guide to Emotional Self-Healing, and Focusing in Clinical Practice: The Essence of Change.
She has taught Inner Relationship Focusing around the world since 1980, and is a past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology.
Is there a prerequisite?
There is no prerequisite for this course. All are welcome.
How is this different from the Support for Stressful Times free webinar?
Thanks for asking. During our 30-minute free webinars, Ann provides support, resources, and a brief exercise to a large group where interaction is limited to the chat feature on Zoom. If you haven’t joined us for one yet, you can do so here.
This 2-hour, 3-week interactive course is designed to be a conversation where you can engage more fully (if you want to). Ann will take the group through longer processes, answer questions, offer empathy and acceptance, and be present to what arises in the group on a weekly basis. There’s no curriculum because well, there’s no curriculum for navigating something like a global pandemic. But we can be with each other, be with what comes, and use our Focusing skills to find new ways forward together.
Do I need to attend every class meeting?
You can enroll in this course and listen to the recordings that are available 1-2 days after each class meeting. We call this remote attendance.
Is this a course with partnership practice?
No, partnerships are not available for this course.
Tell me more about the classroom environment and how course content is provided?
Sure. This course is taught using an online video conference system called Zoom. You’ll receive all the details you need to join us via Zoom prior to the first class meeting. You’ll also receive access to our class software called Ruzuku. In Ruzuku, you’ll find a forum where you can connect with other participants and ask questions of Ann. Ruzuku is also where you’ll find class recordings.
Are CEUs available?
No. CEUs are not available for this course.