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How can we better equip our children to handle daily challenges?

Emotional Resilience Training from ELC to tertiary

Emotional Resilience Training creates a common language that aligns and enhances existing programs, giving teachers, students and parents an objective and consistent way of communicating and managing emotion, helping to:

 

  • Take responsibility for all the complexities associated with emotional feelings and expression

  • Minimise blame and empower the individual

 

Introducing this simple language into schools and educational institutions (including ELC, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary) has brought about significant changes in behaviour in the playground, the classroom, and in the home and has helped students, staff, and parents better handle the pressures of study, work and life. Students now know how to take control of their emotions. There is no judgement about what road you are driving down, as all roads have lessons. It’s about being responsible for and taking control of your steering wheel, no matter what road you are on.

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“Emotional Resilience Training fitted into our already rich wellbeing curriculum effortlessly. It created a powerful common language which was easily adopted at home and at school.” 


— Principal

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The Workshop Presentation

ELC to High School


An introductory presentation establishes whether your school is a fit for Emotional Resilience Training.

Following on from the introductory session the Emotional Resilience Training consists of workshops and follow up sessions.

A 90 minute presentation for staff,

 

20-60 minute year level presentation (age dependent) for students.

 

90 minute presentation for parents.

 

Resources include posters, fridge magnets, wristbands and picture story books. Staff and parents receive a months subscription to Emotional Resilience texts Monday to Friday.

Four 30 minute follow-up session include workshopping relevant scenarios and further discussion on actionable next steps.

The Workshop Presentation

Tertiary  

An introductory presentation establishes whether your school is a fit for Emotional Resilience Training.

Following on from the introductory session the Emotional Resilience Training consists of workshops and follow up sessions.

The 2 hour presentation for staff and students involves videos, individual and group work. This produces tangible tools and language to be embedded into studies and everyday life. Resources include posters, fridge magnets and a months subscription to Emotional Resilience texts Monday to Friday.

Four 30 minute follow-up sessions  include workshopping relevant scenarios and further discussion on actionable next steps.

For more information including pricing contact us below.

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“Emotional Resilience Training creates a common language that enables everyone to start developing these skills immediately. Consistent use creates new neural pathways, empowering individuals to better manage their responses to everyday situations and navigate life's challenges.” 


— Peninsula Kids: 4 Steps to build your children’s emotional resilience

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