Society is facing a growing crisis.
We have forgotten how resilient we are.
So have our children, our schools, our universities and our workplaces.

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

Since January 2018…

2101

Students

Young people
have participated in

IHEART

37

Schools

Schools & educational
institutions have run
IHEART

219

Educators

Facilitators & teachers
have trained in
IHEART

What is IHEART?

We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping all people realise their potential through learning about the innate resilience and mental health that all human beings possess. We go to the source of the misunderstanding that prevents people from recognising their in-built wellbeing. Our results are transformative – and sustainable – offering 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.

Impact

How IHEART helped transform a primary school

How IHEART helped transform a secondary school

“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

News & Developments

Year 8 pupils benefit from Grant Funding

As a result of a generous grant received, we have just started a new programme in Ashcroft High School in Luton to a cohort of 60, Year 8 pupils, many of whom are struggling with a range of emotional, mental health and personal issues.

Are you inspired to run the London Marathon?

You have until this FRIDAY 3rd May 5pm to enter the ballot and run for IHEART! What are you waiting for? Take on the challenge The 2020 Marathon is on Sunday 26th April… Once you’re entered you’ll have to wait until around mid-October for the results of the ballot. https://www.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com/…/h…/ballot-entry/Good luck!!

Re.think your own marathon of life

Please join Terry Rubenstein and Jodie Moss on Tuesday May 7th at the IHEART centre and meet our own mental health champion – Jodie Moss, who has just come 8th female in the toughest footrace on earth – the Marathon Des Sables.

In 2015, Jodie was mentally and physically paralysed by depression, and attempted to take her own life with an overdose. “I didn’t want to die but I didn’t know how to live,” says current PhD researcher Jodie. “I hit rock bottom”

Her road to recovery has been helped through the core understanding IHEART shares- an education of where mental health and resilience are found for all people – no matter what.

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