IHEART – Innate Health Education and Resiliency Training – is a preventative  educational project of Innate Health, a non-profit organisation dedicated to educating young people about their natural resilience, innate health and mental wellbeing.

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Our vision is a step-change in how young people perceive their wellbeing and mental health, creating resilient adults and contributing members of society.

As young people experience greater hope and increased resilience, we envisage a transformation in the crisis that the national mental health statistics currently indicate.

Our vision is a step-change in how young people perceive their wellbeing and mental health, creating resilient adults and contributing members of society.

As young people experience greater hope and increased resilience, we envisage a transformation in the crisis that the national mental health statistics currently indicate.

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SHIFT THE MINDSET

  • 50% of mental health problems are established by age 14 and 75% by age 24.
  • 25% of 14-year-old girls across the UK are clinically depressed.
  • 20% of adolescents may experience a mental health problem in any given year.

Despite huge investment and allocation of resources, these shocking statistics show no sign of abating.  Our children are suffering and we cannot seem to stem the tide.

In order to solve any recurring problem, we have to address the issue at its source.

We need a revolutionary shift in the mindset of our educators, parents and leaders.

The IHEART curriculum, uniquely designed to show young people how change only ever happens from the inside-out, is our response to creating this revolutionary shift.

IHEART address the problems facing our young people at its source by focusing on:

  • Education, prevention and sustainable solutions
  • Practically addressing real issues young people encounter on a daily basis
  • Mental wellness rather than mental illness
  • Learning how to access the innate wellbeing that all children possess
  • Understanding the thinking that drives destructive behaviour

IHEART Ambassadors

Our official IHEART Ambassadorsn and  young advocates of the inside-out resilience approach represent the dynamic, contemporary face of our work to the future generation.

Adam Ashe

Scottish Rugby Player

Adam Ashe, 23, plays for Glasgow Warriors, has been capped 10 times by Scotland and is regarded as one of the leading back row forwards in Scottish rugby union.

Grayson Hart

Scottish Rugby Player

Grayson Hart, 28, a Scotland international rugby union scrum-half currently playing for Ealing Trailfinders, previously played for Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby in the Pro12 and the Blues and New South Wales in Super Rugby.

Members of our Professional Advisory Board include:

  • Zia Brooks – Zia Brooks, Assistant Head-teacher
  • Kim Miller – Advisory Teacher for Autism

As it is important to us that we take into account the experiences and views of our primary beneficiaries, our Young Person’s Steering Group guides us in what will appeal to and be relevant for young people and the challenges they face in day-to-day life.

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