My Story

RB Consulting was created to bring the power of resilience into the workplace so that people could cultivate mental well-being and organizations could maintain high-performing teams.

Combining over 20 years as a mental health professional, educator, and non-profit executive, my passion and purpose is helping individuals, teams, and organizations cultivate resilience. After years of working with survivors of trauma and the caregivers who help heal them, I have learned what allows people to not only survive, but thrive through their greatest crisis. The answer is resilience. Resilience is the ability to not merely bounce back from crisis, challenge, or change; it is the ability to bounce forward with growth and adaptability.

It is not only trauma survivors and their caregivers who experience the impact of toxic and chronic stress. It can impact anyone in any profession. In recent years, the legal profession has begun to seek changes that minimize the damage caused by toxic stress, burnout, addictions and mental health concerns. The same is true for other high-risk professions such as the finance, healthcare and non-profit sectors. 

As a Certified Resilience Coach (CReC) with a masters degree in counseling psychology, I provide clients with immediately usable tools to increase resilience, well-being, and optimism in the workplace. I work with lawyers, legal marketers, business professionals, non-profit leaders, and others to help them understand and incorporate resilience in their own professional lives and in the teams they lead.

I administer the resilience assessments, presentations, and workshops on The Resilience Library™ for professionals and business organizations. These include law firms, practice groups, non-pro-fits, and business teams within an organization. This allows leaders to address organizational strengths and weaknesses and to implement growth plans through coaching, consultation, and app-based tools.

Common Use Case Scenarios:
-On-boarding new associates
-Newly formed teams/divisions
-Management training programs
-Organizational restructuring, mergers, large-scale organizational change
-Crisis recovery
-Underperforming/dysfunctional teams

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