Ready to learn more about Resilify
Empowering people to personalised care with measurable and superior results.
Procrastination can be considered to be a process involving acts and patterns. "Procrastination acts" are random and inconsistent, specific to particular aspects only. You postpone returning a library book until after it's overdue.
You finished the book. But you don't want to go out of your way to return it on time. This is an isolated occurrence since you typically promptly return what you borrow.
On the contrary procrastination patterns are predictable and consistent habitual delays that are not situation specific, but follow an identifiable sequence.
This kind of a sequence involves an initial feeling of discomfort about a task and then aimlessly moving to another task which perhaps might be irrelevant.
Built with leading experts, our approach is proven and recognised
through decades of clinical and academic research.
Positive psychology is an evidence-based field of psychology that focuses on what factors are necessary for individuals to live meaningfully, happily and with purpose—what shifts someone from merely existing to thriving. This program is designed to give you a crash course in many of the important skills and findings of positive psychology, including:
With targeted lessons, video summaries, and interactive activities, Resilify's Positive Psychology program can be a powerful tool on your journey of healing and growth.
Self-esteem, or how we evaluate our personal worth, relates to how we view and think about ourselves. Often, we set unrealistic standards and expectations for ourselves based on other people, society, and media.
This program provides the tools to understand, challenge, and modify when we have low self-esteem by targeting our thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It follows principles from research-supported treatments for self-esteem, cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, and mindfulness therapies. This program will give you the skills and knowledge to
Think of your greatest achievements. Do you feel proud of what you've accomplished? Or do you feel like a fraud? Does each raise, promotion or accomplishment bring joy? Or is it accompanied by the dread that, one day, your cover will be blown, and everyone will find out that you just got lucky?
Such feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt when become intense turn into a condition most of us are not familiar with.
Impostor Syndrome is the overwhelming feeling that you don't deserve your success. It convinces you that you're not as intelligent, creative or talented as you may seem.
Self-Compassion means that when we notice that we are distressed or in pain, we treat ourselves with kindness, gentle care, and understanding. In addition, Self-Compassion invites personal action with the goal to alleviate our suffering.
In all fairness, young people can be just as guilty of not taking risks or not trying new things. Regardless of age, curiosity is a motivational state, which can emerge, change focus, or end abruptly, depending on the circumstances.
Each one of us sets certain goals for ourselves and try our best to achieve them. However, there is a difference between the healthy pursuit of excellence and unhelpful perfectionism.
In unhelpful perfectionism, the person may evaluate their worth on how well they think they achieve their own high standards. Their self-esteem is dependent on the achievement of goals.
Further, even if pursuing goals results in negative consequences, those with unhelpful perfectionism may continue to strive to achieve them.
Whenever we want to change an aspect of our lives such as our emotions, maladaptive thoughts or behavior, one can start from enlisting it first.
Monitoring our emotions, behaviors and situations that trigger them helps us to become explicitly aware of our anxiety and thereby is the first step to change them.
Self-monitoring is the single most important technique used in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). It is important especially for self-directed change and self-regulation.
Assertive behavior is a communication style where we communicate our feelings, thoughts, and beliefs in an open, honest manner without violating the rights of others.
By being assertive we take a stand for ourselves without being passive where one abuses their own rights or aggressive where others rights are abused.