Road to Resilience

Welcome to "Road to Resilience"

June 15, 2018 Season 1
Road to Resilience
Welcome to "Road to Resilience"
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Road to Resilience
Welcome to "Road to Resilience"
Jun 15, 2018 Season 1
Mount Sinai Health System
Introducing Road to Resilience, a new podcast from the Mount Sinai Health System.
Show Notes Transcript

In our kickoff to the series, host Ilana Nikravesh of the Mount Sinai Health System will explain the details behind this new monthly podcast on resilience. During the episodes she interviews experts who share their personal experiences of overcoming adversity and how they used different resilience factors to move forward. Road to Resilience will launch on June 27, and each episode will be released on the last Wednesday of every month. Help us tell more great stories by completing our listener survey (http://bit.ly/2knrxzR). Enjoying the podcast? Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2Nve2Kt). 

HOST:
0:02
Welcome to "Road to Resilience." I'm Ilana Nikravesh, and I'll be hosting this monthly podcast produced by the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. It breaks down what it takes to be resilient when you're faced with life's greatest challenges, and it's a topic that can apply to everyone.
DR. CHARNEY:
0:17
We all face traumas in our life. Nobody goes unscathed.
HOST:
0:21
What you might not know is that you can actually train yourself to become a more resilient person. Anyone can learn how to respond to stress and grief in healthy ways. But the question is "how?"
DR. CHARNEY:
0:31
You can take the traumatic experience, learn from it, incorporate it into who you are, and ultimately become a stronger person.
HOST:
0:40
During the episodes, you'll hear from our experts, known across the world, as they detail the science behind building resilience along with their personal experiences overcoming adversity. In our first episode, Dr. Dennis Charney, the dean of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, shares his own journey after getting ambushed by a gunman, and how he applied simple steps to stay resilient during his road to recovery.
SPEAKER 1:
1:02
This is 911, police emergency.
SPEAKER 2:
1:05
Send everything have to Lange's Deli in Chappaque, New York. There's been gun shots, someone is shot. Chappaqua, New York. Lange's Deli. Now.
SPEAKER 1:
1:09
We're sending them.
HOST:
1:13
He another renowned doctors will talk about what makes some more resilient than others, and how people can bounce back from difficult or traumatic experiences.
DR. MARIN:
1:21
That if you learn the tools to become resilient, they may have a better quality of life.
HOST:
1:25
Each episode airs the last Wednesday of every month, and it debuts June 27th. To listen just head over to iTunes. You don't want to miss it.
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