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Society is facing a growing crisis:
We are not resilient like we once were. Nor are our children, our schools, our universities, or our workplaces.

We have a solution. IHEART – Innate Health Education and Resilience Training.

what is IHEART?

We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to creating a revolutionary shift in society by helping all people realise their potential through learning about the innate resilience and mental health that all human beings possess.

 Our results are transformative – and sustainable. In explaining how the often challenging circumstances of our lives can be navigated with far greater ease, confidence and success, the revolutionary IHEART approach offers the missing piece in the mental health and wellbeing puzzle that society wishes to solve.

Our range of programmes inspire and educate young people, individuals and organisations via a range of platforms created especially for each group.

see what our young people are saying about IHEART:

Secondary school – uncovering resilience case study

Feedback from a primary school associate headteacher

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become a member

The IHEART Membership provides bespoke learning designed to help you get the most out of your IHEART journey with an array of exclusive opportunities at your fingertips. All talks and courses are available online (live and recorded).

Benefits include; personal mentor, webinars, short courses, media library, video blogs and discounts

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Watch this BBC interview with Glasgow Warriors’ & Scottish international rugby player, IHEART Ambassador Adam Ashe, speaking about how his game – and life – has been turned inside-out by the IHEART approach.


“I am extremely impressed by the IHEART curriculum which has been thoughtfully designed to appeal to and inspire adolescents and teenagers. I wholeheartedly believe it has the potential to make a significant improvement to the lives of young people and to encourage them to uncover their innate
resilience and wellbeing.”

Zia Brooks, Assistant Headteacher.

“It was interesting to see that the students have worries that maybe we – the staff – aren’t necessarily aware that they worry about … The value in having opportunities within schools to talk about wellbeing, resilience, worries and feelings, and building upon that, is extremely important and very powerful.”

Neil McCarthy, Vulnerable Pupil Lead, Ernest Bevin College, Tooting

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