Building Resiliency In the Workplace







Ruby Jo is an expert in resilience and strengthening resiliency in work environments. She is one of the founding members of the statewide, moral distress website for Colorado Health Care Workers, developed during Covid.

She brings a unique perspective to unlocking productivity, with over 30,000 therapy sessions and years of studying living systems, trauma response, and neurological resiliency, she has been very successful in working with business groups seeking to breakthrough to new levels of ease and morale, resulting in higher levels of productivity.

When an individual can recognize that their nervous system is over-stressed, in a state of fight, flight or freeze, and they know some simple but powerful self-regulating practices that can restore them to a balanced and calm state of being, then they can quickly return to being a valuable member of the team.

When team members understand how our biology and neurology can interfere with communication and relationships, and they know some simple tools for restoring connection and ease, then the whole team is much more responsive and resilient. The technology of regulating one’s nervous system and attending to the living system of the group is simple, respectful, powerful and directly supports the bottom line. Bringing resiliency skills to the workplace strengthens and supports teams.

Creating and growing a culture of positive connected alignment within a team, so it’s self-adjusting and self-regulating is both extraordinary and essential in moving skillfully with the changes in markets, clients, and vendors and particularly useful during this pandemic time.

Ruby Jo Walker has lead many presentations and workshops for groups and teams over the last 10 years. If you want to explore her offer and your current situation and needs, please contact her via email.


•    Creating a Culture of Collaboration

•    Positive Strength Based Approach

•    Efficiency, Effectiveness and Productivity from a Somatic,
      Neuro-biological Approach

•    Understanding and supporting Living Systems

•    Conflict Resolution

•    Understanding the Role of the Autonomic Nervous Systems
      in Living Systems

•    Traumatic Incident Response and Resolution



Ruby Jo Walker, LCSW, SEP, CHT
Psychotherapist   •  Somatic Experiencing Practitioner   •   Certified Hakomi Therapist
2855 Main Avenue, Suite 107A, Durango, CO 81301    •     970-259-5711    •