The Resilience Lab is all about good mental health! The fun, interactive exercises have been designed to help you learn all about self-care.
Let’s face it, everyone at some stage in their life is going to be faced with something that they struggle with. Knowing how to get through these tricky times and ‘bounce back’ from them is really important for our health and happiness. At OTR’s Resilience Lab, we can inspire you to do just that.
The Resilience Lab is run by a team of trained young people with a whole host of ideas about how to cope with stress, stay relaxed, discover strengths, reach out to others and keep on top of things when life gets tough.
The Lab runs as a series of free and fun weekly workshops in Bristol and Yate, packed full of activities, games and ideas to help look after your mental health and build your resilience.
The Resilience Lab is for Schools!
We think mental health should be on the National Curriculum. But since it’s not – boo! – we take the Resilience Lab into schools, colleges, universities and other youth settings across Bristol and South Gloucestershire and do it ourselves. We do this every week and we love it. So, if you’d like us to visit your school, college or youth club, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Train The Trainer!
Want to learn how to run your own Resilience Lab workshops? We run a comprehensive four-day training programme for anyone working with young people aged 16-25 in Bristol. In it, you will learn all about the psychological theory of resilience, as well as the nuts and bolts of how to structure and run each workshop. The best bit – this training is FREE! Drop us a line to find out more at email@example.com / Download a flyer
The Resilience Lab is digital!
The Resilience Lab is also a digital project, be sure to check out some of online resources we’ve been developing! We’ll be adding new stuff all the time so check-back regularly, or, sign-up to the OTR E-Newsletter to receive regular Resilience Lab tips and tricks direct to your inbox!
Please note! The Lab is now finished for 2018 – please keep an eye on our social media for news on 2019 sessions.