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It's time to take your power back by

Claiming Your Resources.

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What are Resources?

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According to Dr. Albert Wong, the Director of Somatic Psychology at JFK University:

“Resources are anything that a person can call upon, internal or external, that helps to reestablish a sense of well-being or safety in the world.”

Resources don’t have to be tangible. They can be anything at all that helps us to cope with what we’re experiencing, both within ourselves and from the environment and relationships around us. It can be as simple as taking a deep breath during a tense moment, or as complex as clarifying and communicating a boundary in an important relationship.

Why might we need to re-establish a sense of well-being or safety? 

First, if we’ve experienced trauma. Trauma is the lasting emotional response to a distressing event that overwhelms our ability to cope. Trauma can also occur due to a lack of consistent care, attunement, and positive regard in our relationships, especially during our development. 

Secondly, whenever we’re experiencing stress. While temporary stress can actually increase our resilience, most of us live with some amount of unmanaged, chronic stress. This type of persistent stress can significantly degrade our sense of wellbeing.

Stress may or may not be traumatic (depending on the circumstances), but as we all know from experience…

Even ordinary, everyday stress can feel overwhelming or unmanageable in the moment. Such as:

If you’ve ever experienced any of the above, you’re in the right place (and if you haven’t, please tell me your secrets)! The good news? That’s where our resources come in!

It's time to take your power back by

Claiming Your Resources.

What are Resources?

thin pink hand drawn line

According to Dr. Albert Wong, the Director of Somatic Psychology at JFK University:

“Resources are anything that a person can call upon, internal or external, that helps to reestablish a sense of well-being or safety in the world.”

Resources don’t have to be tangible. They can be anything at all that helps us to cope with what we’re experiencing, both within ourselves and from the environment and relationships around us. It can be as simple as taking a deep breath during a tense moment, or as complex as clarifying and communicating a boundary in an important relationship.

Why might we need to re-establish a sense of well-being or safety? 

First, if we’ve experienced trauma. Trauma is the lasting emotional response to a distressing event that overwhelms our ability to cope. Trauma can also occur due to a lack of consistent care, attunement, and positive regard in our relationships, especially during our development. 

Secondly, whenever we’re experiencing stress. While temporary stress can actually increase our resilience, most of us live with some amount of unmanaged, chronic stress. This type of persistent stress can significantly degrade our sense of wellbeing.

Stress may or may not be traumatic (depending on the circumstances), but as we all know from experience…

Even ordinary, everyday stress can feel overwhelming or unmanageable in the moment. Such as:

If you’ve ever experienced any of the above, you’re in the right place (and if you haven’t, please tell me your secrets)! The good news? That’s where our resources come in!

Enter... Claiming Your Resources!

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My one-of-a-kind workbook is designed to help you illuminate the not-so-helpful habits that have been keeping you stuck and get crystal clear about the beneficial resources that are uniquely available to YOU. It will also provide practical tips and tricks for how to actually engage with those resources in moments of stress and overwhelm (because what good is a resource if you can never remember to use it?!).

Inside the Claiming Your Resources workbook, you’ll learn about and explore…

Plus, you’ll also develop your own personal Roadmap to Resilience, so that you can be prepared with the tools to grow and thrive, wherever life’s journey takes you.

In this ever-changing world, on the heels of a global pandemic, you deserve to take the time to honor your challenges and support your growth. This workbook will not only help you get clear about what strategies have (and have not) been working for you, it will also help you map out a path forward, one that is intentional, affirming, and empowering.

Just fill out the form in the green box below to get your free copy of the Claiming Your Resources workbook!

You’ll also receive occasional newsletters from me, where I offer guidance for how to navigate life with more ease, provide opportunities to deepen this work, and (most importantly) share plenty of adorable cat photos!

I don’t send an excessive amount of email, so no need to worry about me cluttering up your inbox. (And of course, you can unsubscribe at any time if you wish!)

Xo, 
Lindsay

In this ever-changing world, on the heels of a global pandemic, you deserve to take the time to honor your challenges and support your growth. This workbook will not only help you get clear about what strategies have (and have not) been working for you, it will also help you map out a path forward, one that is intentional, affirming, and empowering.

Just fill out the form in the green box below to get your free copy of the Claiming Your Resources workbook!

You’ll also receive occasional newsletters from me, where I offer guidance for how to navigate life with more ease, provide opportunities to deepen this work, and (most importantly) share plenty of adorable cat photos!

I don’t send an excessive amount of email, so no need to worry about me cluttering up your inbox. (And of course, you can unsubscribe at any time if you wish!)

Xo,
Lindsay

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Join my mailing list and receive a FREE 44-page guide to claiming the unique resources you need to stay resilient while navigating life’s ups and downs (without abandoning your own self-care).

You’ll also receive occasional newsletters where I offer guidance on how to move through life with more ease & self-trust, provide opportunities to deepen this work, and share plenty of adorable cat photos!

You can unsubscribe at any time.