Burnout: Running on Fumes Em Capito, LCSW, MBA
Burnout: Running on Fumes

Burnout has become such a standard mode of operating in our culture that we can end up living there, accepting that life will get better “someday.” Despite wise advice to always keep…

Resiliency Field Trip: Em's First Ice Bath
Resiliency Field Trip: The Ice Bath

Cold exposure is intense mind-body resilience training and, done right, a beautiful practice of strength and soul. Our next group Resiliency Field Trip is coming up in August: a collaboration with breathwork…

Hierarchy of Resilience: Intentional Discomfort

Intentional discomfort is perhaps the most powerful intervention to jumpstart your resilience, and build immunity to the negative effects of stress. This final resilience factor at the top of the hierarchy is…

The Second Arrow Parable Buddha Em Capito, LCSW Mindset
Hierarchy of Resilience: Mindset

In building up a resilient mindset, we aim to embrace life’s unexpected difficulties as hand-delivered invitations to meaningful growth, as quickly as possible after the call to adventure appears. ​ The Buddha…

mindfulness resilience Em Capito, LCSW
Hierarchy of Resilience: Mindfulness

Mindfulness has been practiced for 2600 years for a reason, and it’s one of the most powerful habits you can develop to build resilience. As we move up the hierarchy, we create…

Hierarchy of Resilience: Meaning Em Capito, LCSW
Hierarchy of Resilience: Meaning

Meaning is the why that brings forth the strength to accept and grow from the inescapable suffering of being alive. Humans are meaning-making creatures. Biologically, our nervous systems are designed in such…

Healing in the Wild: Nature Therapy by Em Capito, LCSW
Healing in the Wild: Nature Therapy

Nature is perhaps the most powerful and immediate connection to our own inner wilderness, and the open space for healing, growth, and rediscovering our resilience. Over the past century, we’ve increasingly contained…