Melissa (Missy) Bradley-Ball – Resilience: Helping Clients Navigate the Heroic Journey to Personal Transformation
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- Melissa (Missy) Bradley-Ball, Professor
5 hours and 17 minutes.
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Copyright: 25 June 2012
Inspire, Motivate, and Empower Your Clients to Survive Even in Tough Times
Humans have an intrinsic drive to create order and meaning out of chaos, yet they are frequently unable to do it successfully. The Heroic Journey is a framework for understanding the process of navigating difficult life situations and emerging stronger, wiser, healthier, and more resilient.
This structure is frequently shown in film and literature, where the main character, the “initiate,” is challenged with tasks beyond what he or she believes is attainable. This recording’s contents can be used to a wide range of populations. Therapists require skills and resources to assist clients in overcoming hardship, embracing change, and thriving. The Heroic Journey is used all around the world to encourage resilience and push people to succeed. Clinicians and other professionals can use these timeless concepts to assist patients, clients, and students in managing normal life transitions as well as overcoming painful and traumatic experiences such as loss, grief, family and life transitions, crises, financial devastation, addiction recovery, and more.
In this video, you will discover how to use the four phases universally found in great literature, spiritual teachings, and popular culture—known as the Heroic Journey—to motivate and inspire clients in a range of scenarios. To efficiently advance through the phases, you’ll learn to recognize the eight micro-stages and focus on developmental requirements and therapy modalities. Furthermore, you will learn how to employ and adapt a multi-modal approach for most types of clients, including Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution-Focused, Jungian, expressive, experiential, somatic, internal resource development, and narrative treatments.
Watch this recording to obtain a new set of tools to use right away to improve your therapeutic repertoire!
Resilience Manual (8.41 MB)
Outline 106 Pages Available After Purchase
Building the Change Foundation—Resilience, Transformation, and the Heroic Journey
Transformation, evaluation, and change archetypes
Separation from the known into the unknown is one of the four fundamental phases of the Heroic Journey.
the “return” the “initiation”
How the Heroic Journey framework has been applied in various cultures
The natural longing for heroes
How to capitalize on the inherent appeal to pieces of popular culture that exemplify perseverance.
How religious and secular rituals in a community might foster resilience in the face of change
Stage 1: Breaking Free from the Unknown—the Call to Change or Heal
The Crisis of Transformation
Managing opposition and unwillingness to change
Cognitive behavioral treatment
Recognizing the mentor voices inside
All emotional stages fluctuate.
Managing the Discomfort of Change
What’s in your backpack?
Stage 2: Into the Unknown—Beginning the Change Journey
The so-called “sonic boom”
Movies and inspiring tales are appropriate resources to employ during the second stage.
journaling and narrative work recognizing life triumphs and the lessons learned
Meditation, mindfulness, prayer, centering, and other grounding techniques
The arts and music
The triumph of “failure”
Change’s honeymoon phase
Finding and gaining support
Stage 3: The Initiation—the Road of Trials and Life Lessons
Experiencing “the black night of the soul”
Identifying and using initiation gifts and teachings
Making transpersonal significance from life’s suffering
Maintaining bravery and momentum
Techniques for improving performance that enable individuals to flourish
determining who you are becoming
What Finding Nemo may teach us about transition and initiation
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Melissa (Missy) Bradley-Ball, MS, NCC, BCETS, FAAETS is a nationally acclaimed clinical educator, corporate consultant, family mediator, and author with over 37 years of experience in individual, group, and family therapy. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Music Education and a Master of Counseling Psychology. Her extensive EMDR training (Level I, II, and specialized protocols) aided her in becoming a pioneer in the field of sexual trauma through a Resilience and Post-Traumatic Growth model, and she frequently trains personnel at medical/mental health agencies, universities, school systems, and other facilities. Mrs. Bradley-Ball, an in-demand Child Sexual Abuse Investigator, expert court witness, and Pentagon subject matter expert on sexual assault, has conducted seminars for over 300,000 medical, behavioral health, law enforcement, educators, clergy, and military personnel, as well as members of the public, across the United States, Canada, and Central America. In 2011, she was a keynote speaker at the inaugural National Conference on Post-Traumatic Growth.
Her regular keynote speeches at regional and national conferences, as well as television and radio news broadcasts, have earned her the Scripps Howard Award for Broadcasting Excellence, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and a slew of other honors. She is now working on a PBS series about the remarkable journey of divorced children.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Melissa Bradley-Ball is the proprietor of The Omnibus Center in terms of finances. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Non-financial: Melissa Bradley-Ball is an American Counseling Association member. She is a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and a Diplomate.
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