Wellbeing is often portrayed in media and policy as equating with Health, Wealth and Happiness. Yet, anyone who works with young people knows there is much more to being well, and it doesn’t look the same from one young person to the next. In this workshop, three presenters will share what they know about supporting the positive development of young people, and will facilitate a sharing of resources about what works for young people they are working with. Dr Sue Bagshaw will share research and insights about the developing brain of young people, Psychologist Simi Desor will share useful tools for supporting positive youth development in times of change and uncertainty, and Dr. Annie Horton will share what the current research says about what it really means for young people to be well today. Our aim is to draw upon what we know from research and from the experiences of participants to develop a variety of resources that can be used to support young people’s positive development and wellbeing. Participants will learn: A framework for youth wellbeing What are some effects of game changing events on the developing brain? Ideas for developing hope What does resilience really mean in practice? Ideas for helping young people to envision a future for themselves in times of uncertainty.