Empowering youth to succeed to overcome challenges, embrace growth, and thrive for a success.
Every child deserves to not just survive, but the opportunity to thrive.
Mental Health and Well-being
Advantages of Resilience Education
Empowerment & Confidence
Teaching resilience provides youth with coping skills reducing the risk of mental health issues and promoting a positive outlook on life.
Resilient youth are better equipped to handle the pressures of everyday life. They can cope with academic setbacks, manage stress, and maintain a more balanced approach to learning.
Resilience education equips youth with the mindset to navigate challeges by fostering a sense of agency and self-efficacy.
Resilience education prepares youth for the inevitable ups and downs. By instilling resilience early on, they develop the capacity to bounce back from setbacks, adapt to change, and thrive in the face of adversity.
Tailored curriculum for youth ages 13-18, irrespective of their backgrounds, can benefit from resilience education. This program equips individuals from all walks of life with tools to overcome daily adversities, making it accessible and valuable to anyone and everyone.
Rahul N. Mehra
Mehra is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology as an Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist. Serving youth for more than 30 years in Florida and beyond.
Having personally experienced mental health adversity as a freshman in high school I feel passionately about the need for preventative and proactive resources in our schools.
As a Tampa mental health champion, Rita is committed to the efforts to promote wellness amongst the youth of our community and is passionate about the goals and achievements of Brighter Times.
The presentation was really helpful for me answering questions about myself. I also liked how the speaker was relatable (young).
Chad Boyer, 17.
It was an absolutely moving extremly helpful presentation. As someone who has struggled and has been struggling lately it was exactly what i needed to remind me to keep going. Also, Tori was so kind and supportive and an overall amazing human being.
Alabama Allen, 16
I thought the presentation was eye opening and extremely helpful. Not only was it informative but also relatable and made me excited to start working on my self image
Riley Webster, 16.