This past year has brought strain on health workers, especially on medical and mental health workers. With increasing demand and reduced resources in addition to the added anxiety of the pandemic maintaining work life balance and sustaining one’s resilience and well-being has become increasingly difficult. In this workshop we will touch on principles and research about resilience in the work place from various areas of psychology. Next, we will spend the majority of time implementing these tools with the end goal of defining clear steps to improve well-being and work resilience. Specifically, we will work on developing a work mission statement to increase motivation and identify key aspects of the work each of us do that is energizing. We will work on defining clear wellness goals and work through troubleshooting and a plan to impellent actions that will reach these goals. We will learn skills from positive psychology and dialectical behavioral therapy that help the provider enhance their positive emotions and reduce negative emotions. Lastly, we will role play situations of challenging interactions including possible substance use at work that may reduce resilience and how to handle them successfully. Opportunities for small group discussion and one-on-one work will be provided.