WELCOME TO CORESZON
Where everybody can make a positive impact.
A TRAINING PROGRAM THAT WORKS FOR
We believe that everyone has the ability to promote mental health, and that the key to this ability lies in the quality of our social connections. This is why our science-based training program gives you knowledge and skills for both self-care, and for wellbeing in relationships.
KNOWLEDGE AND TOOLS FOR
Learn how to use the science of stress and wellbeing with a set of practical tools and concepts for everyday life.
In one of our public workshops or in an online wellbeing meet-up designed to match your community's strengths and needs.
Because it helps wherever people depend on each other to make good things happen. At home, at work, at school & in play.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SHOULDN'T BE A LUXURY
We are committed to mental improving health equity and believe that bridging economic, social and cultural differences is key to sustainable change. Our science-based training program is free of cost for families struggling to make ends meet. This is made possible by our donors and supporters. Individuals and organizations who can afford to invest in wellbeing pay an income-based training fee.
CORESZON stands for Community Resilience Network, a nonprofit mental health promotion program founded by the Peter Möhrle Stiftung and the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) in Germany. Together with a growing number of partners, we’re building a network of community mental health trainers that shares knowledge and skills for a kinder, more just and more resilient society.
LEARN HOW TO USE THE BIOLOGY OF WELLBEING
Visit a workshop to experience first-hand how the human body is hardwired to regulate stress, and how you can train this natural ability with a simple set of skills. Our hands-on group learning approach helps you use these skills for both personal and relational wellbeing.
GET STARTED WITH OUR FREE TOOLKIT
A set of tools and activities for self-care, or with friends and family. Discover how to use the science of wellbeing to reduce stress, anytime and any place!
A campaign to support mental health in the Covid-19 pandemic in cooperation with the Peter Möhrle Foundation and the Ehlerding Foundation
RESILIENCE: OUR ABILITY TO CARE FOR OURSELVES
AND EACH OTHER IN DIFFICULT TIMES.
Resilience describes an ability that everyone has. The ability to maintain wellbeing under difficult conditions, or to recover well, when hard times have passed. What makes us resilient? Research with people who have overcome great challenges has shown that our relationships are key. This is why our training program focuses on strengthening resilience in relationships. Wherever people depend on each other – for example at work, in neighborhoods, and especially in families.
Translate and share current science for everyday use. Build a network of trainers to make it as accessible as possible.
Everyone has a person close by who can share helpful knowledge and tools in difficult times.
Resilience training for individuals and communities – friends, families, teams and organizations.
ASKING FOR HELP IS A SIGN OF STRENGTH!
If you or someone you know is struggling, please remember that asking for help is a sign of strength! Even though it can be difficult, just telling someone that you are having a hard time can already make a difference. And asking someone how they’re really doing can be just what they need.
Our goal as a mental health education and capacity-building program is to share knowledge and tools that help buffer the impact of stress overload and strengthen resilience. The contents of our workshops and the #WEAREALONETOGETHER campaign are not equivalent to professional advice or care, and are not provided within the University of Hamburg Medical Center’s care mandate. If there are no mental health care services in your area, please turn to someone in your community who can offer support, or help you get professional advice.
WE'RE IN THIS TOGETHER
Even before the Covid 19 pandemic, one in four people per year were affected by mental health problems. According pre-pandemic estimates, the mental health crisis is set to cost the world economy $16 trillion by 2030, with 12 billion days of lost productivity due to anxiety and depression. Poverty and other socioeconomic stressors significantly increase our risk of mental illness. The impact of mental health inequity on our collective future calls for a sustainable, whole-society approach to solving the mental health crisis.
JOIN US FOR SUSTAINABLE CHANGE
CORESZON is more than a training program. Our sustainability strategy is designed to contribute to a whole-society solution. The Community Resilience Network shares knowledge, skills and resources across socioeconomic divides. By participating in our training program, people can contribute valuable knowledge – what they’ve learned from struggling against social and economic odds – and resources – via training fees according to income.