Learn Your Resilience Factor: The Resilience Assessment

Scientific research has proven that resilience is not a trait that you either have or don’t have. You are not born with it. Everyone at any time or any age has the ability to build it. 

(Steven M. Southwick Professor of Psychiatry, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Resilience, Yale Medical School)

Resilient people overcome adversity, move beyond setbacks, and thrive under extreme, on-going pressure while acting in an empowered wayWhen you have resilience, you harness inner strengths that helps you rebound from a setback or challenge, such as a job loss, an illness, a disaster or the death of a loved one. If you lack resilience, you might dwell on problems, feel victimized, become overwhelmed or turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance abuse.
Resilience won’t make your problems go away — but resilience can give you the ability to see past them, find enjoyment in life and better handle stress. If you aren’t as resilient as you’d like to be, you can develop skills to become more resilient. 

“You Can’t Change What You Don’t Know.”


Sharon has a way that helps ME see that I can choose to have a different perspective to improve. Her Gremlin exercise was empowering and helped me to see the block and that I have the power to disable it. – CG

Often we go into survival mode when a major adversity challenges us.The Resilience Factor is an assessment that will reveal how likely you are to go through stress, change and loss just surviving or being resilient to take steps forward in spite of the circumstances. It takes a snapshot of how you are living and being in the world right at this very moment in time.

The Resilience Assessment can show you how to build and access your resilience and be consistent in lifting yourself up and stepping forward into your life. When you take the Assessment, I will be able to immediately give you your average numerical baseline level of Resilience which informs us how effectively you are able to access your resilient muscle to fuel your new life.

With this awareness, we build resilient skills to lead your life so you don’t feel you have lost your ability to live your life.

A key component to the Resilience Factor is the completion of an online attitudinal assessment. Unlike personality assessments (such as Myers Briggs, which helps you to identify your strengths/weaknesses and “work with what you have”), this measures your level of resilient energy based on your attitude, perception and perspective of your world. Because attitude is subjective, it can be changed and improved.

Once you complete your assessment, you will have your 45-60-minute debrief session with Sharon via phone/skype. You willl be able to see how you’re truly are showing up in your and life. You will also uncover hidden emotional blocks, which are keeping you stuck in stepping forward and living your life.

Taking the Resilience Assessment at the beginning of your coaching relationship gives a clear picture of where you are now and a roadmap to cultivate resilient energy.

I took the Resilience Assessment before my first coaching session with Sharon. She debriefed me on my results and it was as if someone opened a magic door into myself. Now I understand myself and the resilient energy I can now develop. Thank You Sharon. – TB



For more information:
Call Sharon: 856-270-2308
Email Sharon: Sharon@ goodgriefcoaching.com