The Resilience Box

A comprehensive psychological wellbeing program which strengthens emotional resilience and assists recovery from psychological illness.

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About The Resilience BoxTM

The Resilience BoxTM program has been specifically designed to strengthen personal resilience through enhancing psychological and emotional wellbeing. The program is aimed at helping staff at various levels within an organisation understand the dynamics of emotional resilience, learn a range of practical strategies to increase resilience at work, as well as highlighting the positive impact of resilience both at work and in staff’s personal lives. The program can be used as both a preventative measure for strengthening employees resilience to prevent psychological injury and mental health concerns or as a tool for strengthening an individuals resilience in recovery, preventing relapse and improving the individuals likelihood of returning to functioning. 

Strong Emotional Resilience

  • Employee satisfaction
  • Staff productivity
  • Team cohesion
  • Quality workplace relationships
  • Effective communication skills
  • Decreased stress or psychological injury/mental illness claims
  • Claimants' barriers to returning to work identified

Poor Emotional Resilience

  • Employee dissatisfaction with work
  • Performance issues with staff
  • Conflict at work, either amongst the team or between managers and staff
  • Poor communication skills
  • Increased stress or psychological injury/mental illness claims
  • Claimants' barriers to returning to work extending work absences

What’s in the Box?

The Resilience Box™ consists of 24 learning sessions encompassing six core modules:

  • mylife
  • myplan
  • mybody
  • mymind
  • myemotions
  • myrelationships
  • Introduces participants to a practical, evidence-based model of wellbeing
  • Explores the essential elements of building emotional resilience
  • Introduces participants to the theory of signature strengths and how these are used in everyday life to improve wellbeing
  • Explores the participant’s current state of thinking and challenge this to start ‘opening’ minds for the skills they will be shown during the program 
  • Enables participants to examine the concept of personal control and helps them to identify the impact that this has on their lives


  • Assess what is important in the participants life and what they want to achieve
  • Understand the dynamics of self directed change and why it often fails
  • Be able to set SMART goals and have the skills and strategies to follow through
  • Learn to follow a practical model for effective decision making
  • Develop the ability to recognise when they are indulging in ‘self-handicapping’ and be able to get back on track to achieving their goals
  • Have a greater awareness of the change and transition process and be able to navigate their fear and anxiety which often goes hand in hand with this process


  • Introduces participants to a range of strategies to increase their physical wellbeing
  • Helps participants to identify unhelpful behaviours and habits that may have a negative impact on their physical wellbeing
  • Explores thelink between physical wellbeing and psychological health
  • Demonstrates relaxation techniques such as mindfulness that overcome stress and help improve their wellbeing
  • Addresses practical strategies for ensuring a restful nights sleep and the link between this and their psychological and physical wellbeing
  • Give participants a better understand their food habits giving them the ability to determine healthier alternatives


  • Participants gain a better understanding of what stress is, why they experience it and the impact it can have on their wellbeing
  • Learn practical strategies to be able to re-frame their perception of stress to reduce the impact this has on their health
  • Learn the early warning signs of stress and gain pracitical strategies for managing how they respond psychologically, emotionally and physically
  • Participants learn how to determine if they are partaking in unhelpful thinking styles and how to re-frame these thoughts to maintain their wellbeing
  • Gain understanding in the scientific benefits that practicing optimism has on their resilience and wellbeing


  • Understanding the link between thoughts and feelings
  • Learn when emotions are helpful and unhelpful
  • Learn elements of state control to regulate emotions 
  • Learn about positive psychology and how these strategies can increase positive wellbeing
  • Exploring a range of practical mindfulness techniques to use in everyday living to maintain emotional health


  • Learn why relationships are important to building resilience
  • The essential elements to building effective relationships
  • Understanding interpersonal communication theory
  • How to build communication competence
  • Introducing fundamental communication skills
  • Confident communication through appropriate assertiveness
  • Understanding personal behavioural styles in self and others
  • Understanding and managing conflict

Program Outcomes

Outcomes of The Resilience Box™  include:

  • Speedier recovery and return to work
  • Prevents relapse
  • Increased job satisfaction
  • Increased employee engagement
  • More harmonious relationships at work and beyond
  • Decreased absenteeism and staff turnover
  • Decreased workers' compensation claims

Who Will Benefit?

Those who would benefit most from The Resilience Box™  program include:

  • Claimants experiencing mental health issues - to assist in recovery from psychological illness and speeding up return to work outcomes
  • Employees showing signs of poor mental health - to assist in strengthening their wellbeing and resilience to remain at work during their recovery
  • All Staff - as a preventative risk management program  for staff in building personal resilience, strengthening  psychological hardiness and improving workplace  relationships
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Program Delivery

The Resilience Box™ can be delivered via:

  • Individual coaching support
  • Face-to-face group workshops
  • Online support
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Do I have to do all the modules or can I elect to do just a few?

Each participant will be advised on which modules are most suitable for their individual circumstances. Generally speaking, we recommend all 6 modules are undertaken for maximum participant benefit, however there may be circumstances when this is not required.

I'm not an injured worker/claimant, but still interested in participating, can I?

The Resilience BoxTM has been designed for both claimants and individuals who have not put in a claim. If you are not a claimant and want to participate in the program, you can do this by having your workplace refer you for one-on-one coaching through the program or by your workplace running an in-house training program in which The Resilience BoxTM is run in a group workshop format. 

How long does the program run for?

It varies based on the initial needs analysis, as you may not need to participate in all modules of the box. A typical program runs for 8-10 hours in total.

How much does it cost?

Programs are customised dependant on the number of sessions required. Quotes can be provided upon request.

In regards to workers compensation claims, how does the referral and invoicing process work?

For accepted workers compensation claims, after we receive written referral / approval from the Nominated Treating Doctor, the cost of The Resilience Box program can be invoiced under gazetted treatment codes.

Is this a psychological treatment program?

No – The Resilience Box is not a treatment program- rather, it is an education program facilitated by Psychologists. There are two main reasons why someone would partake in the program. Firstly, it can be used to support existing treatment being provided to someone who has a psychological diagnosis. In this instance, the aim is to fast-track a person’s recovery and return to wellness. Secondly, the program can be used as a prevention strategy, with the aim being to increase the emotional resilience of participants.

How is this program different from other resilience training?

Many resilience training or coaching programs focus on one element of resilience or wellbeing, which doesn’t provide participants with the holistic framework for strengthening resilience and improving their overall wellbeing. The Resilience BoxTM is different, by working through up to six learning modules over a number of weeks, participants are equipped with the tools and strategies needed for creating positive and lasting behaviour changes.

How are outcomes measured and recorded?

 Depending upon the context and reason for a person engaging in the program, we use a variety of different clinical and behavioural questionnaires to measure pre-program and post program symptom, wellbeing and activity changes.

What are the qualifications of the facilitators?

All our facilitators are registered psychologists who have been trained in the methodologies of positive psychology, cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness which are focused on throughout The Resilience BoxTM program.

I can’t attend your office – can I still participate?

Yes you can. We have facilitators and rehabilitation consultants right across Australia who are qualified and experienced in running The Resilience BoxTM. For more remote locations, the program can also be run via video link or skype.

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