Resiliency 2021: Empowering Voices That Build Resilience

THE LARGEST RESILIENCY WEBINAR ON THE PLANET

In 2020, over 5000 participants from 69 countries around the world, joined together to focus on strategies to enhance their resiliency in an ever-changing world. 29 celebrities shared their voice and vision for personal empowerment in a 4-hour webinar that included Arianna Huffington, Erin Brockovich, India.Arie, Glenn Close, Julianne Hough, Alanis Morissette, Tara Brach, Edith Eger, Dr. Jill Biden, and 20 other remarkable presenters.

OUR MISSION: RESILIENCY & THRIVING

Focused on personal empowerment and promoting strategies to enhance resiliency, our Resiliency Forum brings together inspirational speakers, empowering clinicians, talented artists, life-changing authors, and noted professionals, all dedicated to enhancing our ability to bounce-back and thrive.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2021 | 12-4 PM EST

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