The Your Resilience program covers 6 different topics each with a focus on young people developing their mental health resilience. The program was developed by Mental Health UK with input from young people across the country. The program equips young people with the tools and knowledge in order to maintain their mental health, both now and in the future.

Each workshop is designed as a stand-alone session and it is not necessary for the young people to attend every session. However, they will have the biggest positive impact if they are able to attend all the sessions.

Each workshop is a combination of group work, discussions, written tasks, and some solo work. Each young person will get a workbook that can be worked through and kept by the young person at the end of the program.Your_Resilience1.png

The program addresses the following topics:

  • General introduction to resilience
  • Exam pressure
  • Friendship (bullying/conflict)
  • Managing studies
  • Social pressures
  • Decisions about the future


The aims of the program are for the young people to:

  • Develop a deeper awareness of resilience and its importance
  • Deepen their self-awareness of how the characteristics and strengths of resilience relate to themselves
  • Understand approaches and techniques that they can use to improve their resilience
  • Feel better equipped to deal with challenges
  • Have a greater awareness of the mental health needs of other
  • Deepen their awareness of who they can turn for support


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