Developing Positive Thinking Habits

Do you tend toward negative or positive thoughts when you’re under stress? Are you a glass half full? OR half empty sort of person? Often our habitual thinking patterns can make it difficult for us to bounce back. In Developing Positive Thinking Habits, we will look at common thinking “traps” and learn ways to challenge them to develop more positive and resilient ways of thinking.

Facilitator Louise Hurwitz has been a mental health counselor, coach, teacher, and faculty member in higher education for the past 20 years. She’s witnessed firsthand how much the skills of resiliency can have a profound impact on our ability to stay balanced even in the face of struggle and challenge. She’s witnessed this both in her own life and in the lives of the students and clients with whom she has worked.

​Her deep commitment to helping people develop the core traits of resiliency and then apply them to create more positive and happy lives is the driving force in her work as a teacher, coach, and workshop leader. She teaches full courses on developing resiliency and facilitate workshops and presentations in colleges, high schools, and in the private sector. As a coach, she also help clients to use the skills of resiliency as they make changes in their lives.

​What values are important to Louise when working with clients?

Whether she is teaching, coaching, or facilitating workshops what is most important to her is respect for each person’s unique ways of looking at the world. She strives to always act with integrity, compassion, guided by a strong belief in people’s ability to make positive changes in their lives.

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