1st Edition

Emotional Resilience and Problem Solving for Young People Promote the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People

    216 Pages
    by Speechmark

    Young people today encounter specific challenges and stresses in both educational and social contexts. This resource pack helps participants to: * Understand the importance of mental health and wellbeing  * Recognise the stresses that they, and other people, face * Develop effective managing strategies.  The authors have designed a flexible programme that encourages young people and adults to respond positively to difficult situations they encounter, focusing on solutions rather than dwelling on set-backs. Topics taught in the 15 sessions include:  Challenging stereotypes * Multiple intelligences * Self-esteem * Positive communication * Focusing on strong emotions * Stress and coping strategies * Making good decisions

    EAL Supporting Materials, Introduction, References, Session 1 – Introduction, Session 2 – Challenging Stereotypes, Session 3 – Multiple Intelligence: More Than One Way To Act Clever, Session 4 – Self-esteem, Session 5 – Positive Communication, Session 6 – Friendships, Session 7 – Focus on Strong Emotions: Anger, Session 8 – Focus on Strong Emotions: Fear, Session 9 – Focus on Strong Emotions: Jealousy, Session 10 – Focus on Strong Emotions: Love, Session 11 – Stress and Coping Strategies, Session 12 – Making Good Decisions, Session 13 – Self-harm, Session 14 – Loss and Endings, Session 15 – Challenges and Evaluation


    Tina Rae, Nisha Nakarja, Patricia Velinor