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NGO " Well-being Lab" is a youth public organization, that consists of qualified psychologists, youth workers, project writers, facilitators, and trainers. We work with young people aged 18 to 30 years old and youth workers who work with young people in Malmö, Sweden, and other countries in Europe. The main areas of our work are non-formal education, youth inclusion, well-being, and mental health.


We use different approaches and methods in our work to bring the understanding of well-being, mental health, inclusion,  and empathy-based communication. Our mission is to create a platform for young people from different backgrounds and youth workers in Sweden and abroad to talk about well-being and their mental health so that we can prevent burnout and mental health-related illnesses and live a healthier and more balanced life.





Is a certified clinical psychologist and licensed transpersonal psychotherapist. Through her work she helps people rediscover who they are, to see the beauty of their own beings, to live healthier and take responsibility for their own life and happiness. 



Is a social entrepreneur, trainer and facilitator, TEDx speaker, co-author of a collaborative book “A mile in our shoes: stories of our global journeys’’, ChangemakerXchange facilitator, and an Intercultural Citizenship Education Trainer. Her passion lies in facilitating and creating spaces for human connection and potential to flourish. She helps people to let go of what is holding them back from living a life of purpose and meaning while caring for their personal and team's well-being and mental health.



Well-being Lab was formally established as an NGO in 2019 in Malmo (Sweden) by a group of trained practitioners, who were working with varied activities since 2016 with a focus on well-being workshops and seminars, consciousness, psychology, inclusion, youth events, mentoring, coaching and healing practices. We have continued this legacy of work today and our  main objectives of the organization is to help young people and youth workers to gain new knowledge and competences through non-formal education methods on the areas of well-being, mental health, and empathy building. 


In addition to this, we are empowering young people from different social, economic and cultural backgrounds to participate actively in the civil society. We are promoting the development of the well-being practices for inclusion and better mental health. 

Specific activities we actively work with are:

  • Community workshops, open for everyone, introducing youth work and well-being tools

  • Youth exchanges and training courses

  • Professional Trainings for youth workers on well-being methods

  • 9 months long Well-being Facilitators training

  • Erasmus+ partnerships

  • Well-being retreats in Sweden and abroad

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