This foundational course is designed to proactively meet the needs of foreign affairs community members, including employees, family members, and members of household, for foreign affairs community resilience training. This one-day workshop takes a practical approach and explores the need for resiliency, the meanings and definitions of the term, develops strategies to increase resilience to thrive in an internationally mobile lifestyle.
"I think this subject is very important to our line of work in Consular Affairs. I liked how the workshop included the video panel which included three psychologists (social, biological, and clinical) and one Buddhist monk. This was very interesting and put things into perspective for me."
"It was a good mix of practical ideas and the philosophy behind them. I really like the activities that got us to make our own plans or contribute individual ideas because different things work for different people."
Course Dates and Times
19 September 2012 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
4 May 2013 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
27 August 2013 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
This is a tuition-based course.
Tuition for non-State participants: $195
Virtual Resource Table
The following links and documents represent materials made available at the resource table during the class.
Department of State Employee and Family Services
Learn More About Resilience
Personal Resilience Activities for Your Daily Routine
High Stress Assignments