Resilience & Inner Strength – Thriving During Uncertainty & Developing Potentials

RESILIENCE, HUMAN GROWTH, INNER STRENGTH, DEVELOPING POTENTIALS

Our world is becoming noticeably more volatile and complex and we live in uncertain times. To keep pace with the rapid changes becomes a daily challenge.
More than ever a sustainable healthy and creative mind set in dealing with pressure, conflicts, expectancies and change is required. This fascinating general coping competence is called resilience. It’s a trainable brain-ability and changes the brain. Resilience empowers you to stay psychologically, physically and socially healthy by acting like a mental immune system.
Crucially it helps you to develop your inner strength by carrying on with confidence in the face of any type of uncertainty and by cultivating a dynamic mind-set that allows us to develop our full potentials.
The interdisciplinary workshop reviews latest insights and learnings from psychology and neuroscience and provides practical strategies and self-management skills to cultivate a resilience mind-set. Finally, we will reflect and discuss on thoughts how the concept can be applied to organizations to become more resilient

OVERVIEW

Zielgruppe: 

Veranstaltungsort: Zürich

Termin: Daten für 2021  folgen

Zeit: Beginn 9:00 Uhr; Ende 17:00 Uhr

Leitung: Dr. sc. ETH Peter Krummenacher

Dozierende:  Dr. sc. Peter Krummenacher & Dr. med. Nadja Last-Monem

Teilnahmegebühr:

Anmeldeschluss: folgt

CONTENTS
  • Understand resilience and how the brain works: bounce, creativity, courage & relatedness.
  • Training inner strength & presence: attention-enhancing mind techniques.
  • Growth and potential development: promising techniques to foster resilience in the face of extreme stress.
  • Self-knowledge redefined: strengthening up your “inner team” & expectation-management.
  • Cultivate a dynamic growth mind-set and wise use of inner resources.
  • Your mental fortress and lifestyle non-negotiables
METHODS
Impulsreferate, Action Learning, hypnosystemische Interventionen, Selbstreflexion, Gruppenübungen, Rollenspiele, Aufstellungen, Videomaterial
PUBLICATIONS
  • Krummenacher, P. (2017). Placeboanalgesie und Nocebohyperalgesie – Mechanismen und klinische Nutzung [Placebo analgesia and nocebo hyperalgesia – Mechanisms and clinical use]
    Therapeutische Umschau, 74(5):232-240.
  • Birkhäuer, J., Gaab, J., Kossowsky, J., Hasler, S., Krummenacher, P., Werner, C. & Gerger,
    H. (2017). Trust in the health care professional and health outcome: A meta-analysis.
    PLoS One, 12(2):e0170988.
  • Locher, C., Kossowsky, J., Gaab, J., Kirsch, I., Bain, P. & Krummenacher, P. (2015). Moderation of antidepressant and placebo outcomes by baseline severity in late-life depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Journal of Affective Disorders, 181: 50-60.
  • Prätzlich, M., Kossowsky, J., Gaab, J. & Krummenacher, P. (2015). Impact of short-term meditation and expectation on executive brain functions.
    Behavioural Brain Research, 297: 268-276.
  • Krummenacher, P. (2015). Plazeboanalgesie und Magical Thinking bei Kindern.
    Journal Club Schmerzmedizin, 4; 112-114.
  • Krummenacher, P. (2015). Heilen mit Hirn.
    Senso, 4; 11.
  • Simmons, K., Ortiz, R., Kossowsky, J., Krummenacher, P., Grillon, C., Pine, D. & Colloca, L. (2014). Pain and placebo in pediatrics: A comprehensive review of laboratory and clinical findings.
    Pain, 155(11): 2229-2235.
  • Krummenacher, P., Kossowsky, J., Schwarz, C., Brugger, P., Kelley, J. M., Meyer, A. H. &
    Gaab, J. (2014). Expectancy-Induced placebo analgesia in children and the role of magical thinking.
    Journal of Pain, 15(12): 1282-1293.
  • Krummenacher, P. & Gaab, J. (2013). Klinische Nutzung der Placeboreaktion.
    PSYCH up2date, 7, 199-201.
  • Krummenacher, P. (2011). Präfrontale Kontrolle von Erwartungen bei der Placebo-Analgesie [Prefrontal cortex mediated control of expectations in placebo analgesia].
    Der Schmerz, 25: 440-443.
  • Stern, J., Candia, V., Porchet, R. I., Krummenacher, P., Folkers, G., Schedlowski, M., Ettlin, D. A. & Schönbächler G. (2011; Epub 25.1.2011). Placebo-mediated, Naloxone-sensitive suggestibility of short-term memory performance.
    Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 95(3): 326-34.
  • Krummenacher, P., Candia, V., Folkers, G., Schedlowski, M. & Schönbächler, G. (2010; Epub, 28.10.2009). Prefrontal cortex modulates placebo analgesia.
    Pain, 148(3): 368-374.
  • Krummenacher, P. (2010). Expectation, Belief and Framing: Neuroscientific Aspects of Belief and Judgment Systems.

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