We are committed to turning the tide; our programme is already creating resilient children, resilient families, resilient schools and a more resilient society, proving that education truly is the key to prevention.
IHEART – Innate Health Education and Resilience Training – helps our young people uncover their innate resilience, overcome their personal challenges and realise their potential. We address mental health, behavioural and emotional issues amongst students as well as challenges to resilience and wellbeing amongst teachers and staff.
We work in schools and other educational institutions, placing young people at the centre of their own community in order to build a common resilience culture and language within their daily environments.
Watch this video to find out all about the IHEART programme:
Interested in IHEART in your school / educational setting? Choose one of the following:
– Invite the IHEART lead facilitation team to share the programme directly with your students.
– Train your staff to become certified facilitators of the IHEART curriculum so that they can implement the programme themselves within your institution.
– Train your teachers and staff as above and then co-deliver the IHEART programme alongside our lead facilitation team.
– Adopt our bespoke “Whole School” approach and educate your leaders and staff in building resilience and wellbeing across your entire organisation.
click here for more info and to arrange an initial call with a member of our senior team
We are creating a revolutionary shift through the specially designed IHEART curriculum. This structured, high-tech, educational programme is delivered over the course of ten dynamic sessions consisting of a mix of interactive discussions, activities, self-reflections, animations, videos and group exercises.
Part 1 – Establishing the Foundations – empowers participants with the knowledge that they are intelligently designed to deal with whatever life brings by learning about how the mind creates all of our realities, feeling states, moods and behaviours and the crucial connection between thought and feeling.
Part 2 – Addressing the Daily Challenges Facing Young People – looks at issues such as stress and anxiety, anger and conflict, prejudice and intolerance, bullying and bad behaviour, social media, identity and self-esteem, addictive and compulsive behaviours, and barriers to motivation and learning. At the programme’s conclusion, participants have learned how they can navigate their challenges with greater ease and success, found the confidence to make positive changes, and explored the common misunderstandings that create barriers to their natural resilience and wellbeing.
Our professional team of trained facilitators can deliver the IHEART programme into your educational environment OR we offer Teacher Training so that the programme can be delivered in-house by your own staff.
find out more about how to build resilience and wellbeing in your educational environment and for your students by scheduling an initial call or sending us an email
Our vision cannot be achieved by a small group of people, nor is it the domain of a select few. So we have designed a highly professional and impactful training programme for facilitators who wish to share the IHEART Curriculum in the field of education, youth and community work.
All participants are awarded certification as IHEART facilitators upon completion of the training. Facilitators also become members of the IHEART Association, a community of teachers and facilitators sharing the IHEART approach across the UK and beyond.
Click here for a list of certified IHEART facilitators and where they are based
are you interested in becoming an IHEART facilitator and joining our professional membership association?
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- By learning about separate realities, students discover how to welcome and accept differences, rather than feel judgmental or discriminatory.
- By understanding where their feelings are coming from, students are better equipped to respond to destructive and extremist viewpoints.
- By learning about the shared ways in which all people operate psychologically, students have an increased respect for others and tolerance for diversity, as well as a greater capacity to reduce conflict and bullying.