STRESS is a condition of feeling, experienced emotionally, mentally and/or physically, when a person perceives that demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.
RESILIENCE is the capacity to prepare for, recover from and adapt in the face of stress, challenge and adversity.

Strengthening resilience has become a critically important strategy for improving personal and organizational efficacy, productivity, mindfulness, health and well being.

Build Resilience founder, Meg Hogan, teaches simple, highly effective, evidence-based techniques that can be used any where, anytime, to calm reactive emotions and neutralize stress in the moment.

Supporting mental and emotional self-regulation, Meg helps to identify sources of stress and energy drain. Through experiential workshops and individual coaching, Meg empowers participants with resilience building techniques that diminish and can reverse toxicity of stress. She supports sustainability with the integration of personalized practice plans into daily routines.

Designed to support organizations, Build Resilience workshops address burn out, reducing turnover, absenteeism, errors and healthcare claims, while improving communication, efficiency, productivity and overall health of the organization, including the bottom line.

Designed to support the individual, Build Resilience coaching addresses effects of stress, overwhelm and fatigue on emotional, mental and physical health, while providing structured means to renew energy, think more clearly, make smarter choices, and improve performance and quality of life. Results are measurable.

  • 60% - 80% of primary care doctor visits are related to stress, yet only 3% of patients receive stress management help
  • 42% of Americans report lying awake at night due to stress
  • 60% of all job absenteeism is caused by stress
  • 40% of job turnover results from stress
  • 30% of children enter the school system lacking basic social and emotional skills required to learn and get along with others

Source: American Psychological Association Stress in America Report 2013; Science of the Heart, Vol. 2: Cooper, C. and R. Payne eds. Causes. Coping and Consequences of at Work; Efficacy of an Emotional Self Regulation Program for Promoting Development in Preschool Children 2012

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"My biggest challenge before learning about HeartMath was the ability to let things go – negative feelings I tend to drag throughout the day, or maybe even the week. Holding onto negative feelings made me angry, like I was a bubble about to burst. At first, HeartMath Resilience training was hard for me to understand. I thought how can this really help me? My doubt quickly changed as soon as I felt that first sense of ease. The Quick Coherence technique truly changed my feeling of upset – it was instantly gone. I ended up loving this training."

— Jamilet Cruz, Youth Specialist – Cop’s ‘n Kids Youth Center Tarpon Springs, FL

"With 20 plus years of clinical executive experience in roles of CEO/COO/CNO, facilitating change and enhancing organizational clinical and financial indicators of performance, it is with great confidence I recommend Meg Hogan, licensed HeartMath® trainer, and the Resilience Advantage™ program to healthcare organizations seeking sustainable improvement in recruitment and retention of a highly effective workforce delivering superior patient satisfaction."

— Dr. Revonda Cornell, RN, BSN, MS, Ed.D