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For Young People: Resilience Tutoring

For Young People: Resilience Tutoring

About the programme

iheart’s Resilience Tutoring programme expands the reach of the iheart message by offering 1-to-1 sessions to young people aged 9-18 outside of the school environment. Over 15,000 young people around the world have already been deeply impacted by our in-school curriculum, but we cannot rely solely on our schools to provide this crucial education. With the Resilience Tutoring programme, we can bring iheart directly to children in their own environment, either online or face-to-face.

Resilience tutoring empowers children to deal with issues such as self-esteem and labelling, social media usage, the bad behaviour of others and disagreements and conflict. Young people learn through facilitated lessons, experiential activities, engaging animations and dynamic exercises which take place over ten interactive and fun sessions, providing a common language and understanding for handling the inevitable challenges they will face in life. The programme includes an impactful course for parents as well, which supports their children on their resilience journey. Our whole-family approach is something no child or parent should miss out on.

The interactive sessions provide young people with a common language and understanding for handling the inevitable difficulties in life, something no child or family should miss out on.

What topics are covered?

pink-droplet    Understanding why we think, feel and behave the way we do    
pink-droplet    Labels are for jars, not people – self-esteem & self-image
pink-droplet    Stress, anxiety and overthinking
pink-droplet    Bullying, anger & conflict
pink-droplet    Addictions and compulsive behaviours

pink-droplet    Using social media without it using you
pink-droplet    How we can think differently & still get along
pink-droplet    Why wellbeing is our constant companion

pink-droplet    Understanding why we think,
          feel and behave the way we do    

pink-droplet    Labels are for jars, not people –
          self-esteem & self-image
pink-droplet    Stress, anxiety and overthinking
pink-droplet    Bullying, anger & conflict
pink-droplet    Addictions and compulsive
          behaviours

pink-droplet    Using social media without
          it using you
pink-droplet    How we can think differently
          & still get along
pink-droplet    Why wellbeing is
          our constant companion

How will it help?

At the end of the iheart Resilience Tutoring programme, your child will have:

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I’ve learnt how to deal with problems better by not getting offended by what others say and not getting affected by my feelings when they overtake me.

Ali, Age 11

“I started the iheart programme because I was not feeling in a good mental space and I felt that I needed help in a way that would change my perspective on my life . Since completing it, I have felt so much happier with myself as I have come to understand that it doesn’t matter what people say because I know that inside I will be okay! The course is lots of fun with a range of different activities and I thoroughly enjoyed it.”

Lucas, Age 18

I was always so fixated on having so much to do and when I was stressed I would become self-destructive… With the iheart programme I learned how to take a step back and become more peaceful.

Aimee, Age 13

When you pour water on a normal piece of fabric it soaks in like people’s insults soak into you and you start to believe them, but when you are on the logic road you get waterproof fabric, and the insults slide off like water.

Zia, Age 10

More

pink-droplet    Confidence & self-belief    
pink-droplet    Optimism & hope
pink-droplet    Acceptance of others & improved relationships
pink-droplet    Motivation to overcome difficulties,
thrive and realise their potential
pink-droplet    Ease and ability in managing their feelings

pink-droplet    Capacity for dealing with disappointment & adversity

pink-droplet    Confidence & self-belief    
pink-droplet    Optimism & hope
pink-droplet    Acceptance of others
& improved relationships

pink-droplet    Motivation to overcome
difficulties, thrive and
realise their potential
pink-droplet    Ease and ability in
managing their feelings

pink-droplet    Capacity for dealing with
disappointment
& adversity

Less

pink-droplet    Anxiety & fear    
pink-droplet    Reactive behaviour
pink-droplet    Conflict at home with siblings & parents
pink-droplet    Attachment to things like being popular
& needing to fit in
pink-droplet    Low moods & loneliness

pink-droplet    Struggles with friends & social dynamics

pink-droplet    Anxiety & fear    
pink-droplet    Reactive behaviour
pink-droplet    Conflict at home with
          siblings & parents

pink-droplet    Attachment to things
          like being popular
          & needing to fit in
pink-droplet    Low moods & loneliness

pink-droplet    Struggles with friends
          & social dynamics

iheart Resilience Tutoring will give your child a roadmap, signposts and a compass so that they know which road they are traveling on, and a way to re-route when they find they are off track.

Who wouldn’t want their children to have such an
instruction manual for handling life?

For Parents

Creating a Resilient Family is an innovative, highly impactful online course for parents and carers. Ten pre-recorded sessions – to be watched in your own time at your own pace – enables you to support your child on their resilience journey.

As you develop a shared understanding and language of wellbeing and resilience, the whole family will learn how to have a healthy dynamic where everyone can:

pink-droplet    Express their feelings and see that these are normal
pink-droplet    Get over hurt, upset & disappointment
pink-droplet    Navigate conflict in your home
pink-droplet    And much more…

pink-droplet    Express their feelings and
          see that these are normal
pink-droplet    Get over hurt, upset
          & disappointment
pink-droplet    Navigate conflict in your home
pink-droplet    And much more…

What if every young person had a resilience instruction manual
that could help them create a better, brighter future?