What if resilience
is something you’re born with,
not something you find or build?

iheart’s mission is to help young people uncover their innate resilience and mental wellbeing.

We deliver a range of innovative, highly impactful programmes – both in-person and digitally – in schools and organisations, and directly to children, parents, educators, youth workers and facilitators.

From our 9-12 year old programme

Programme Spotlights

ignite: Our New Digital Programme for Schools

ignite is a highly innovative digital resilience and wellbeing programme that can be easily deployed in schools all over the world with short, sharp, impactful sessions.

Provide an essential foundation for students to learn about their innate mental wellbeing in a fun and dynamic way.

Resilience Tutoring for Young People

Our solution to creating a healthy and harmonious society is to educate our youth about their innate resilience and wellbeing.

Register yourself, your child, or any family member for this ground-breaking programme.

Bring iheart to Your School or Organisation

The iheart curriculum for young people has already reached over 15,000 youths aged 9-18.

Find a range of options to bring this highly impactful, innovative programme to your school, organisation or youth project.

Resilience Tutoring for Young People

Our solution to creating a healthy and harmonious society is to educate our youth about their innate resilience and wellbeing.

Register your child, yourself, or any family member for this ground-breaking programme.

school children

Bring iheart to Your School or Organisation

The iheart curriculum for young people has already reached over 15,000 youths aged 9-18.

Find a range of options to bring this highly impactful, innovative programme to your school, organisation or youth project.

What if every young person knew they had wellbeing in every moment? How could that help them create a brighter future?

Resilience & Wellbeing Education

iheart’s evidence-based resilience and mental health educational programme leads to psychologically healthy, resilient, and thriving youth, families, schools and communities.

iheart in the News

Slo Mo with Mo Gawdet and Terry Rubenstein

Our founder Terry Rubenstein was recently invited onto Mo Gawdat’s Slo Mo podcast. In this episode, Mo and Terry talk about her life-changing story which led to her creating iheart in 2016. Mo said of the conversation and his experience with Terry “True change begins with the education of future generations, and in that, Terry is doing the noblest of work.” Watch Now

teacher in classroom

iheart’s Debbie Fisher addresses loneliness and being alone in 2022 Mental Health Awareness Day

Isn’t it interesting that we can feel painfully lonely in a crowd, or even surrounded by family and community and yet we can feel perfectly content just in our own company? iheart teacher Debbie Fisher shares iheart’s thoughts for 2022’s Mental Health Awareness week theme of ‘loneliness’.
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BBC News Report on iheart

BBC reporter Richard Hamilton recently spent some time in the classroom during one of iheart’s school programmes. His eye-opening BBC World Service report captures the essence and necessity of iheart’s work with young people in these challenging times. Listen in as facilitator John Scott explains to a class of teenagers how iheart helps them to uncover their innate resilience as they face and overcome their life challenges. Listen Now

iheart by the numbers

Young people who have participated in the iheart programme

Teachers and Facilitators trained to deliver iheart programmes

Countries where iheart is being delivered

Thank you to our partners and sponsors

The iheart Facilitator Training course is accredited by the matrix Standard, which is the Department for Education’s (DfE) international quality standard and framework for information, guidance and advice. Train to become an accredited iheart facilitator