Psychological vulnerability is an individual trait. It can be observed in every instance of life. The level of self-awareness is one of the most ingenious cognitive process that is meant to keep us in the safe zone, but our mind needs to compete constantly with the evolutionary mechanisms that left no option for rational thinking. We have survived, but at what cost?
We experience distress in many ways. Fulfillment, disappointment or even pain can remind us that the vulnerability threshold has been crossed. Some are able to step back, while others feel as if they never will. It’s difficult to tell the difference between real and perceived vulnerabilities. For this reason you should find out when, and how to set the threshold in order to promote your psychological immunity.
In the last two decades, positive psychology has spread it's roots across different fields, from organizational health to learning management, creating better life outcomes. One of the greatest contribution in the field remains the psychological capital. This is one of the most relevant mental models for explaining the psychological immunity across different life areas.
In this course you will understand what are the main skills you can develop around the main psycap factors (hope, self-efficacy, optimism and resilience), how do they interact and what you can do in order to stay in the safe zone. I created a challenging approach, through insightful activities, team games and exercises for self-discovery so that you may learn to train the mind for achieving lasting psychological immunity.