This qualitative study aimed to explore characteristics that sustain therapists' resilience. Ten highly resilient therapists were recruited through two phases of sample screening: peer nomination and two quantitative scales. Data were collected through in-person interviews and were analyzed using grounded theory. Results as characteristics suggest that highly resilient therapists (a) are drawn to strong interpersonal relationships, (b) possess a core values and beliefs framework, (c) actively engage with the core self, and (d) desire to learn and grow. A strong web of vibrant connectedness was identified as the central characteristic that interlinks with each characteristic. The central role of connectedness for therapist resilience has not identified as having a vital role in previous studies. The final result was a definition of the Highly Resilient Therapist.