MST4Life are hosting a free workshop for those interested in mental resilience as well as strengths based practice and research.
9:30am - 4:00pm on 11th November 2019,
Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre, Birmingham, B15 2RS
Sport Psychologists from the University of Birmingham have teamed up with St Basils, Youth Voice, and Homeless Link, to co-create a toolkit based on the learning and evidence from the My Strengths Training for Life™ (MST4Life™) programme.
MST4Life™ is a unique strengths-based programme developed over 6 years as a collaboration between researchers, psychological practitioners, frontline staff, housing service managers and young people themselves. Originating from sport psychology programmes to support top athletes, MST4Life™ helps 16-24 year olds to recognise and develop the personal strengths needed to gain independence, build confidence, and achieve their aspirations.
To share the learning from MST4Life™ into a usable format, the toolkit contains evidence-based:
- Information and practical resources for staff to use in 1:1 or group work
- Self-study guide and workbook for service users
The workshop celebrating the launch of this toolkit will be of most interest to those who:
What to expect
1) Presentations about MST4Life and the toolkit.
2) The opportunity to engage in “taster” activities and interactive discussions about barriers and enablers to implementing the toolkit.
3) A panel discussion formed by members of Youth Voice, a group of passionate young people who have experienced homelessness and now advocate for improvements in services and policy on a national level.
Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided and there will also be plenty of opportunities to network throughout the event.
Places are limited so early registration is recommended. Reserve your place here and see attached flyer.