The Greater Good Training for Health Professionals

Science-Based Skills for Emotional Resilience and Well-Being
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A video-based learning series that teaches scientifically grounded well-being practices to health-care professionals who want to cultivate emotional resilience, beat burnout, and transform their quality of life.
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These are challenging, traumatic times for health professionals. Overcrowded ICUs, staff shortages, harassment, and chronic stress—they’ve all intensified burnout. The daily grind can leave you feeling undervalued, underappreciated, and emotionally exhausted. That’s why we created a program specifically designed for health professionals on the go.

In this training series, you’ll get:

  • Short, bite-sized learning modules that don’t take a lot of time to complete
  • Research-based strategies rooted in the latest developments in neurophysiology
  • Actionable, research-based practices you can implement—individually or in teams—to help you build your own resilience, and better support and connect with your patients, clients, and colleagues

The online training will be co-led by UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center founding faculty director Dr. Dacher Keltner and director of training Dr. Eve Ekman, representing pioneering work in the scientific study of resilience, purpose, and connection—the science of a meaningful life. The training can be considered like a tool box, with each module providing practical techniques to learn and share.

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Contents Online Learning (12 Sessions) Online Learning (12 Sessions)
Product Code XC06690 XC06690

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Dacher Keltner

About Dacher Keltner

Dacher Keltner, PhD, is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and the founding director of the university’s Greater Good Science Center. Dacher is the host of the Greater Good Science Center’s award-winning podcast, The Science of Happiness, and is a co-instructor of the GGSC’s popular online course of the same name. He has devoted his career to studying the nature of human goodness and happiness, conducting groundbreaking research on compassion, awe, laughter, and love. He is also the bestselling author of The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence and Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, and a coeditor of The Compassionate Instinct: The Science of Human Goodness, in addition to more than 100 scientific papers and two bestselling textbooks. An outstanding speaker who has earned many research and teaching awards, his work is featured regularly in major media outlets, including the New York Times, CNN, and NPR, and the Utne Reader has named him as one of 50 visionaries who are changing our world.

Author photo © Jigar-Mehta

Eve Ekman

About Eve Ekman

Eve Ekman, PhD, MSW, is a senior fellow at the Greater Good Science Center. A skilled speaker, researcher, and group facilitator, with experience working in emergency rooms and other health-care settings, she brings a unique background ideally suited to training individuals and organizations in the science of resilience, compassion, mindfulness, and emotional awareness.

She is a regular practitioner of meditation, yoga, and cold-water surfing, and brings her enthusiasm for living a rich emotional life into her teaching.