BounceBack Applications

How many real-world applications does BounceBack have?

  • Build and reinforce your own resilience skills in order to teach others. Practice individually or with a partner. Play in a group to learn more from one another. 

Use: All.

  • Use BounceBack in a support group in order to generate difficult discussions. 

Use: Adolescents/Teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Disability, Family/Relationships, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Dilemma, Immigrants, Insulin’s the Issue (Diabetes), Matters of the Heart (Heart Disease), More than Homesick (adjustment to college), On My Last Nerve (Multiple Sclerosis), Recovery, Spirituality, The Big “C” (Cancer), Veterans, What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Improve communications within your community. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Being Different in North America, Blue & Red Politics, Caregiver at Heart, Disability, Immigrants, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Radicalization, Resilient Communities, The 13.5% (poverty), Veterans.

  • Improve communications with your family. 

Use: Adolescents/Teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Boomers (Baby Boomers), Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Disability, Divorce/Finance, Family/Relationships, Healthcare Dilemma, Millennials, Rank and File (middle class), Spirituality, The 13.5% (poverty), What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues), Work/Money.

  • Address burnout within your practice/organization/institution. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Boomer (Baby Boomers), Business, Civil Servant (public service), Entrepreneur, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Professional, Immigrants, Millennials, Natural Disaster, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Radicalization, Resilient Communities, Work/Money.

  • Give your children an advantage. Teach them the Skills & Attitudes of resilience. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Adolescents/teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Disability, Divorce/Finance, Family/Relationships, More than Homesick (adapting to college), Natural Disaster, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Radicalization, Resilient Communities, The 13.5% (poverty), What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Improve communications/relationships with those who do not share your views. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Adolescents/Teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Boomers, Caregiver t Heart, Chronic Pain, Civil Servant (public service), Disability, Entrepreneur, Family/Relationships, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Dilemma, Healthcare Professional, Immigrants, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Rank and File (middle class), Recovery, Resilient Communities, Spirituality, The 13.5% (poverty), Veterans, What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Reduce educational distractions by building more resilient students.

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Adolescents/Teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Blue & Red Politics, Boomers (Baby Boomers), Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Disability, Divorce/Finance, Family/Relationships, Healthcare Dilemma, Immigrants, More than Homesick (adapting to college), Natural Disaster, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Radicalization, Rank and File (middle class), Recovery, Resilient Communities, The 13.5% (poverty), The Unlikely, What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Help your organization to better survive the 21st. century challenges it faces 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, An Addict Among Us, being Different in North America, Blue & Red Politics, Boomers (Baby Boomers), Business, Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Disability, Healthcare Dilemma, Immigrants, Natural Disaster, Occupational Hazard (adapting to A.I.), Radicalization, Recovery, Resilient Communities, What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Build the strength of our public service employees by addressing the very real challenges that wear them down. 

Use: An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Blue & Red Politics, Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Civil Servant (public Service), Disability, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Dilemma, Insulin’s the Issue (Diabetes), Immigrants, Matters of the Heart (heart disease), More than Homesick (adapting to college), Natural Disaster, Occupational hazard (adapting to A.I.), On My Last Nerve (Multiple Sclerosis), Radicalization, Rank and File (middle class), Recovery, Resilient Communities, The 13.5% (poverty), The Big “C” (Cancer), Veterans, What’s on the Menu? (dietary issues).

  • Prepare families and communities to respond with more resilience to environmental or personal disaster. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, An Addict Among Us, Blue & Red Politics, Chronic Pain, Disability, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Dilemma, Healthcare Professional, Immigrants, Insulin’s the Issue (Diabetes), Matter of the Heart (heart disease), Natural Disaster, O My Last Nerve (Multiple Sclerosis), Radicalization, Recovery, Resilient Communities, Spirituality, The 13.5% (poverty), The Bid “C” (Cancer), The Unlikely, Work/Money.

  • Increase personal and community safety by teaching more focused responses to threats. 

Use: Active Shooter/Shelter in Place, Natural Disaster, Radicalization, Resilient Communities, The Unlikely,

  • Use BounceBack to build understanding and tolerance of human differences. 

Use: Adolescents/Teens, An Addict Among Us, Being Different in North America, Blue & Red Politics, Boomers (Baby Boomers), Caregiver at Heart, Chronic Pain, Civil Servant (public service), Disability, Entrepreneur, Family/relationships, First Responders/Public Safety, Healthcare Dilemma, Healthcare Professional, Immigrants, Insulin’s the Issue (Diabetes), Matters of the Heart (heart disease), Millennials, More than Homesick (adapting to college), Radicalization, Rank and File, Recovery, Resilient Communities, Spirituality, The 13.5% (poverty), The Big “C” (Cancer).

  • Learn to empathize with the challenges of others. Take a walk in the shoes of another. 

Use: All.