The Bridge to Hope & Healing®
You give so much of yourselves to others and now it’s our turn to take care of YOU!
Join Fellow Behavioral Health Professionals on a Personal and Professional Growth Journey
Re-energize, feel less overwhelmed, and maintain your balance
reduce burnout and compassion fatique
Obtain tools for being a healthy professional
“Building Bridges is about creating connections, establishing relationships, and obtaining resources to help you and your clients survive and thrive through moments of crises.”
This program offers a self-paced learning environment paired with weekly online group coaching sessions allowing you to take care of yourself by finding your own stride.
10 Dynamic Video Modules | Online Content
The Bridge to Hope & Healing is a self-paced program that provides a framework for you and your clients to understand the power of thriving through a life circumstance. Actively engage in learning 9 Principles as Becky shares her experiences through multiple family crises.
The Bridge Principles are modeled from her Nana, who lived to be 103.5 years old, and inspired by her lived experience through multiple family crises, including her grandparents’ elderly suicide in 1988 and her divorce—she calls, “My Husband Is Gay—Now What?” in 2006.
Learn 9 Principles, Tips & Techniques, and Journal Reflections to support you and your clients through a life-changing circumstance.
Discover the purpose and importance of Building Bridges as an individual, within families, and in communities.
Identify and incorporate Hope & Healing strategies into your own self-care and resiliency.
Each Program Offers
- 24/7 access to online content
- 10 highly dynamic video modules
- 10 corresponding Move to Action Reflection Worksheets
- Group coaching sessions with accountability via secure video conferencing
Registration and Program Access
- Registration opens September 8 and closes November 9.
- Content available 24/7 through November 24
- Group coaching sessions held primarily on Tuesdays beginning September 15 and ending November 17
Becky Schwartz Corbett, MSW, ACSW is a national speaker, trainer, and executive coach in intentional growth; leadership and career development; and Producktivity®.
She is President & CEO of BSCorbett Consulting; a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers; a John Maxwell Team Certified Coach, Speaker, and Teacher; Career Services Consultant for The University of Alabama School of Social Work; and the author of The Bridge to Hope & Healing®: 9 Principles to Guide You in a Moment of Crisis. Becky is fiercely dedicated to inspiring people to lead and helping communities, organizations, and individuals move ideas to action.
Becky created The Bridge to inspire individuals, families, and communities to build their bridge to hope and healing in a moment of crisis. When she found herself in a critical, life-changing moment, she utilized her social work background, spirituality, and relationships with friends and family to not just survive, but thrive with passion and compassion.
10 Dynamic Video Modules
with Corresponding Move to Action Reflection Worksheets
Module 1 – Program Overview
Module 2 – Hope ...The Fog will Lift
Module 3 – Show Strength and Courage ... Build Your Bridge
Module 4 – Maintain a Positive Outlook ... Apply a Strength-Based Perspective
Module 5 – Communication ... Keep Talking
Module 6 – Seek Resources ... Invest in the Relationships that Sustain You
Module 7 – Heal ... Take Care of You
Module 8 – Accept, Adjust, and Affirm ... Life Moves Forward
Module 9 – Forgive ... Let Go
Module 10 – Express Gratitude ... Count Your Blessings
Your Self-Care and resilency program includes coaching sessions with accountability via secure video conferencing. These 1-hour coaching sessions are offered weekly at two convenient times.
Hear what fellow professionals had to say about the Self Care Starts with ME program.
Ashley from Pennsylvania said the program re-ignited her passion
“The program helped to re-ignite that fire and passion I had when I first became a social worker and saved me from job burnout”.