We all know what we need to do to keep our bodies strong, but what about our minds?
The fact is, everyone could benefit from building psychological strength.
Life can be complex, stressful, and ever-changing. Imagine having the mental toughness to feel confident and rock-solid, no matter the situation.
This is psychological strength. And YOU can develop it.
We're on a mission to bring the powerful tools and techniques from the fields of Psychology and Life Design to you so that you can develop psychological strength and THRIVE!
At Peak Mind, we define psychological strength as a developed state of mental resilience. It encompasses the mindset, qualities, and skills that allow us to succeed in the face of challenge and to actively foster well-being and success.
Psychological strength helps you endure, or even grow through, adversities, pains, and setbacks. It can also help you flourish during the good times, too, by allowing you to be the most vibrant version of yourself .
Too many people feel overly stressed or discontented. Too many people settle for just "getting by," passively moving through life, letting it happen to them, rather than taking an active role in creating a life they want.
To THRIVE means to live fully. To move with resilience through life's ups and downs. To make your mind for work for, not against, you. To make the most of each day and live with intention. To live with psychological strength.
All of the offerings in the Peak Mind Center incorporate state-of-the-art information, tools, and techniques from the powerful fields of Psychology and Life Design.
Your mind can be your greatest asset or your biggest liability. The choice is yours. Until now, the knowledge and tools from the field of Psychology were only available through therapy or in impossible-to-understand academic journal articles. We're bringing those tools and techniques to YOU!
You're either living by design or by default. The choice is yours. Imagine how your life would feel if it was intentionally aligned to your unique set of values, strengths, and aspirations, if your lifestyle and daily habits brought out the best in you. This is life design.
Here are just a couple of resources available in the Peak Mind Center. Visit the center to learn about even more resources.
Through this live 60-minute, hands-on webinar, you'll learn how your identity leads to self-limiting beliefs. You'll walk away with clarity about your own self-imposed limitations and what to do to about them.
In this digital course, you'll learn the science behind self-limiting beliefs. Through a number of powerful hands on exercises, you'll uncover your self-limiting beliefs and develop new, empowering ones. Are you ready to unlock your potential?
A gym membership for your mind! Build psychological strength over time through online workshops, expert interviews, monthly challenges, and a supportive community.
Here are some quick answers to questions we hear all the time.
At Peak Mind, we define psychological strength as a developed state of mental resilience. It encompasses the mindset, qualities, and skills that allow us to thrive in the face of challenge and to actively foster well-being and success.
Psychological strength helps you endure, or even thrive through, adversities, pains, and setbacks. It can also help you flourish during the good times, too, by allowing you to be the most vibrant version of yourself .
Yes! Our minds are incredibly powerful, and they're more flexible than we originally thought. Recent research in the field of neuroplasticity shows us that our brains are constantly reconfiguring themselves, based on new inputs in our environments, even throughout adulthood. Intentionally feeding your mind new inputs that nudge it in a more favorable direction to make it work FOR you, rather than against you.
Both Ashley and April obtained their Ph.D. in the field of Psychology. Ashley Smith is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who has practiced in a 1:1 therapy context for over 10 years. April Seifert is a Social Cognitive Psychologist with expertise in the way that we cognitively encode and store information and how it impacts our behavior.
Ashley and April have been featured in a number of prominent media outlets.
You've probably heard about self-limiting beliefs (those assumptions about ourselves and the world that hold us back), but have you ever stopped to consider how they form? Where do they come from? And, why are they so influential?
Through this live 60-minute, hands-on webinar, you'll: