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The Resilience Project (TRP) is a well-being initiative of Greater Gallatin United Way. The Resilience Project (TRP) offers Behavioral Health & Mental Well-Being Education & Outreach.

TRP is just one strategy GGUW utilizes to help build a healthier and more resilient community.

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Summary of The Renew! Workshop held on July 31, 2019

STRESS. We all experience it. Big or small, short-lived or ongoing, localized or global…

The negative impact of stress on our physical, psychological, mental, and emotional lives is well-documented. We can experience fatigue, headaches, stomach issues, heart problems, insomnia, irritability, anxiety, depression and often despair.

These negative effects ripple through our work lives and organizations are impacted by employee burnout, negativity, decreased morale, lessened productivity, and increased turnover.

There is hope! The Renew! Workshop will support and empower you to identify difficulties, re-claim your purpose and power, learn and apply life–enhancing skills, and develop an action plan for moving forward.

The Renew! Workshop Objectives

  • Understand the neuroscience of the stress response.
  • Experience the six Resilience Experience Domains
  • Identify micro-tasks for building resilience.
  • Create an individualized action plan to build resilience.
  • Leave feeling renewed!

A few comments from attendees of The Renew! Workshop held on July 31st

   "The training was amazing! I would love to attend again."

   "I would highly recommend."

   "Fun, unique experience."

   "Super helpful."

The Renew! Workshop Facilitator, Lynette Rodi, is a licensed behavioral health therapist, a Certified Resilience Coach and a Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional. She has worked in the behavioral health field for over 20 years. She is a national consultant supporting employee well-being in the areas of Building Resilience, Compassion Fatigue, and Mindful Leadership. She works with small non-profits to Fortune 200 companies. Lynette is based in Bozeman, MT.


Funding support provided by a generous grant from: