Training

Flourishing through Adversity: How Can Stress and Emotional Experiences Make Us Resilient and Avoid Burnout
Flourishing through Adversity: How Can Stress and Emotional Experiences Make Us Resilient and Avoid Burnout Christian Gloria, PhD, MA,CHES® Associate Professor & Deputy Chair, Dept. of Sociomedical Sciences Director, MPH Certificate in Health Promotion Research & Practice Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Principal Investigator, Region 2 Public Health Training Center Board Member, New York State Public Health Association Livestreaming: February 6th, 2024 at 12-1 pm ET

Course Objective

  • Understand the relationships among stress, emotions, burnout, and health. 
  • Measure and monitor one’s “positivity ratio” and explain the implications of these scores. 
  • Identify and apply effective strategies to cope with stress, reduce negative emotional experiences, prevent burnout, and promote resilience. 

Date: February 6, 2024

Presenters:
Christian Gloria, PhD, MA, CHES.
Associate Professor & Deputy Chair, Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Director, MPH Certificate in Health Promotion Research & Practice, Principal Investigator Region 2 Public Health Training Center, Board Member, New York State Public Health Association


How do you handle stress and stressors at work, school, and life? This session presented current research in positive psychology, emotionality, and health. Dr. Gloria discussed how experiences of certain emotions affect our abilities to cope with stress, and their influences on our mental and physical health. During this talk, audience members participated in an exercise to score their own stressors and emotional experiences, and learned the implications of their results. The session then concluded with recommendations on how to reduce stress, increase positivity, improve coping, be happier, be healthier, and be able to flourish at work, school, and in life. 

Region 2 Public Health Training Center