Venue: TBC – Residential based. Cost free to individuals affected by the conflict. Bridge of Hope is recruiting participants for a residential based Take 5 Resilience course. The residential begins on Friday afternoon and runs until Sunday afternoon. Transport to the venue will be provided. To find out more and book your place, please ring Bridge of Hope Training Coordinator Mary Stanton on 028 9032 2289. Places will be allocated following completed registration with Mary.
The Take 5 Steps to Wellbeing is designed to help individuals and communities to develop emotional resilience and well-being. This course will focus on looking at practical ways the 5 steps can be incorporated into everyday life.
What are the Take 5 steps?
• Give
• Be active
• Connect
• Keep learning
• Take notice
What is Wellbeing? Wellbeing describes how we feel about ourselves and your part in the world around us. Wellbeing is affected by an individual’s circumstances, the activities they are involved with and their inner strength and resources. High levels of wellbeing mean that we are more able to:
• Engage constructively with people and the world around us
• Experience positive relationships
• Have a sense of purpose
• Be able to respond to difficulties
For further information contact:
Mary Stanton
Training Co-ordinator
Bridge of Hope
Mc Sweeney Centre
Ashton Community Trust
29-31 Henry Place | Belfast | BT15 2AY
Tel: +44 (0)28 9032 2289
Email: mary.stanton@ashtoncentre.com | Web: www.thebridgeofhope.org