We’ll start with Stress Resilience. Understanding that when we are under stress, the part of our brain that’s responsible for thinking, learning, listening and language essentially shuts down. So, if we want to be able to truly create and experience psychological safety at work, we have to start here.

Breathing & Movement

Build present awareness and target areas where you carry the most tension. Find static & moving practices that are personally optimal for managing your stress.



Practice finding the silver lining. The more we practice, the easier it becomes to remain positive during stressful situations.


Practice speaking positively about yourself and your situation(s). Affirmations help you challenge and overcome self- sabotaging & negative thoughts.


Perspective Building

Practice looking at things from an alternate point of view. If we can change the way we see things, we can change the way we respond.



Practice journaling as an outlet to assist with processing different emotions.

Science + Stress

Learn the science behind your stress and the why behind these practices.

Download our free checklist to learn our framework of best practices for creating and experiencing more Psychological Safety at Work.

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