Resilience and Wellbeing Workshops

Learn what resilience means and why it matters.

Our course will equip you with coping strategies to improve your resilience and wellbeing.


Resilience is the ability to withstand and recover from stressful life challenges, strengthened and more resourceful.

The process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma or sources of stress – such as family and relationship problems, workplace or financial stress, or serious health problems.

Learn how to survive and thrive

InterAct’s course of four 2½ hour workshops will help you develop your resilience - equipping you with the ability to face life’s challenges and demands from a position of strength.

This will help you to become a stronger person, with the ability to ‘bounce back’ from life’s setbacks.

By the end of the course you will have learnt:

  • Why resilience is important to us as individuals
  • How negative thinking can have both a physical and psychological impact
  • Useful tools to develop personal and workplace resilience
  • How to challenge your thinking
  • How to develop a personal action plan to help you build resilience

If the timing or availability of courses doesn’t match your needs, you can ask to go on a waiting list, and we will contact you again when further courses or places are available.

“I found the course really useful and I now feel much better equipped to deal with current problems and stress levels! I have looked forward to the sessions and will miss them.”

“Excellent course: informative, practical, effective to use and make a real difference”

“I am more realistic in my outlook.  I have taken steps to take control of my life, and this has had an impact on all areas and people in my life. Positive changes have happened and will continue, so I and my family are happy.”

 “I have knowledge... to help me manage my stress and improve my confidence and assertiveness”

Resilience & Wellbeing Workshops for Parents & Carers

This 4-week course aims to build parents' resilience, so they are well-placed to enjoy their journey bringing up their children. Participants will:

  • share and explore their travels so far
  • take note of and celebrate the skills that they have aquired along the way
  • map their needs in preparation for the next adventure
  • practice and rehearse possible strategies for building their skills and strengthening their resolve to journey on

Visit the Latest News page for more details of courses avaialble at present

View our courses available 

To find out more

If you have any questions, please contact Lesley Bailey via the InterAct offcie: 

Send us an email

01245 392053