Out of the box
mental health curriculum
Unify. Apply. Inspire.
DBT, CBT, Neuroscience, Resilience Research. All the best research based principles combined into 1 model.
Life Launch Centers Resilience Model© Curriculum Overview
Developed to provide a simple and structured intervention using existing evidence-based therapeutic models. Didactic in nature and focused on understanding and regulating emotion, quieting the midbrain and enabling the forebrain and productive problem solving processes
How it works
The curriculum provides specific knowledge, tools and skills to help clients and staff understand and regulate their emotional experience in healthy ways, ultimately enabling them to successfully navigate crises and challenges as they occur.
THEY WILL LEARN
Successfully implemented in multiple treatment settings
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RESILIENCE LICENSING PARTNERS
Resilience for programs of any size
Where ever you specialize in the continuum of care, you can bring the power of Resilience to your clients and organization.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have extensively tested it’s efficacy with 11 year olds and up. However, the Life Launch Centers Resilience Model© uses the most current research based principles from DBT, CBT, Neuroscience, and more, and is applicable to everyone.
Yes! By completing the required training for our instructor’s level or facilitator’s level programs you add credibility and versatility to your treatment repertoire.
Certification gives you an opportunity for direct leadership training from one of our clinical directors, and access to their mentorship in how to implement the curriculum into your treatment environment.
Yes, the EmotionalResilienceApp.com is a web based app, that runs cross platform and accessible anywhere with an internet connection.
It is designed primarily for mobile use, although it works just great on tablets and desktops alike. This can be helpful for kids especially who have limited or no access to a mobile device, all the features are still available to them on more public devices.
More than 100 years of combined clinical experience and the individual training of the founding licensed counselors, all contributed to the creation of the Life Launch Centers Resilience Model©.
We recognized that most often counselors are trained in one or two specific modalities often at the expense of other great and helpful psychology principles. We simply combined the best of DBT, CBT, Neuroscience, Resilience Research and Attachment Theory.
With acknowledgement and thanks to the following leaders for their essential contributions to our understanding of psychology, behavior, emotions, connection, and the brain, and how to apply this knowledge in ways that are researched to be effective in increasing resilience. Our resilience model was developed, in part, using evidence-based tools from their work.
Aaron T. Beck, M.D. “The Father of Cognitive Therapy”
Brene Brown, Ph.D., LMSW author, researcher on connection and shame, developer of The Daring Way TM and Rising Strong TM curriculums for resilience
Christopher Germer, Ph.D. author, researcher on self-compassion and applications, co-developer of Mindful Self-Compassion TM curriculum
Daniel Siegel, M.D. author, researcher in brain development and applications to cultivate curiosity, courage, resilience and brain change
Joseph Wolpe, M.D. author, influential in developing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and anxiety interventions
Kristin Neff, Ph.D. author, researcher in self-compassion, co-developer of Mindful Self-Compassion TM curriculum
Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. researcher, developer of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Rick Hanson, Ph.D. author, developer and teacher of tools for positive brain change
Robert Plutchik, Ph.D. author, researcher in the study of emotions, suicide and violence, developer of the emotion wheel
Drs. John & Julie Gottman author, their work focuses on divorce prediction and marital stability through relationship analyses
We are! We are always looking for quality counselors to join forces with to make a difference in the current mental health crisis.
We partner with therapist and counselors to help grow their current practice or establish new services in areas. We’d love to hear your ideas and how we can help bring more emotional resilience to your community.