Resilience Training for Education

Resilience Training for Education

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What we do

We support academic learning and help both students and teachers to establish a core foundation based on psychological health and emotional and social well-being. We believe that these fundamentals provide the ability to face adversity with strength and confidence.

Through our training, students can develop a strong sense of identity, helping them to navigate life during its more stressful or transitional times, or simply to cope with the challenges of adolescence and adulthood. We give them the tools that enable them to establish a healthy connection to themselves and the world around them.

Teachers are routinely faced with challenges, which not only impacts their own well-being but in turn, that of their students and colleagues. We give them the tools and techniques for effective self-management, which can be passed on to their students and those around them.

How we do it

Our courses are all tailor-made to fit individual needs and are rooted in Positive Psychology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We emphasise the inextricable connection between the mind, body, emotions and behaviours, which ultimately shapes our life experiences. Taking this principle, we design fun and dynamic programmes where students and teachers are able to put into practice the resiliency building tools we share with them.

Goal setting is also a critical part of our training. It helps us stay focused despite setbacks and provides a guiding framework to monitor and track progress.

How you benefit

The profound impact that our resilience training has had on both teachers and students speaks volumes about our course content. We are delighted to have imparted the skills and knowledge to help clients:

  • Develop an understanding of self and core values
  • Set healthy boundaries to enhance self-care
  • Build empowering relationships with significant individuals and others
  • Manage anxiety and stress during exam times
  • Prepare mentally, emotionally and socially for academic transitions
  • Maintain behavioural change through on-going evaluation