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This practical workshop provides the opportunity for children and adolescents to understand what helps them cope, thrive and flourish during the life's inevitable ups and downs. All workshops are tailored to age and life stage of the participants as well as the context of their setting. There is also the opportunity for a highly tailored workshop for smaller groups, experiencing one or more specific challenges or transitions.

Who is this workshop for?

​This workshop can be run for up to 30 participants aged 8 to 18 years, with smaller groups providing more opportunity for interaction. For some children and adolescents, you may find our Resilience Coaching more suitable, where we can provide one-to-one support. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

​What are the delivery options?

This workshop offers flexibility in content and delivery, to meet the needs of your school or college.​

  • There is a range of core and optional modules to tailor your workshop. 

  • Just choose one core module on its own or extend your workshop with one or more optional modules.

  • Optional modules can be run on the same day as your core module or on a different day.

  • Subject to availability, we can also run consecutive and concurrent workshops on the same day.

Core Module

The Resilience Doughnut

Standard Version

2 Hours

Core Module

The Resilience Doughnut

Bespoke Version

3.5 Hours (including two short breaks)

This module provides the opportunity for participants to get hands on with The Resilience Doughnut as they explore the model through the life of 'Sam', before applying to themselves. Through the application of The Resilience Doughnut, they recognise their own strongest factors and explore how they build their sense of I Have, I Am and I Can - The core of their resilience. With this new understanding, they then explore how this is helpful to them during life's ups and downs.

Option to run this workshop as 2x 1 hour with a short break in the middle.

This module includes all of the content of the standard workshop but is highly tailored for smaller groups, who are experiencing one or more specific challenges or life transitions including, but not limited to:​​​​​​

  • School transition.

  • Exams

  • Illness

  • Bereavement

  • Bullying

  • Leaving school / Starting college.

  • Relocation / Moving away

  • Relationships

  • 'Coming out' / LGBTQ

  • Family breakdown

  • Being a carer

  • Looked-after

Optional Module - For 8-12 Year Olds

Thought Catching

1 Hour

Optional Module - - For 8-12 Year Olds

Strengths Spotting

1 Hour

This module explores, in more depth, the connection between resilience and our thinking and helps participants become 'thought catchers' and, as a result, more self-aware of their helpful and unhelpful thinking habits. Participants are also introduced to the simple thoughts-feelings-behaviour model as a way to understand the power of our thinking. Through a range of age-relevant scenarios, participants will explore the common pessimistic thinking traps and learn some simple strategies to develop more resilient thinking habits in themselves and their friends.

For children aged 8 - 12 years whose anxiety fuels their negative thinking you may like to consider our Bright Thinking programme or training.

This modules provides participants with the opportunity to recognise and explore their own personal strengths and the personal strengths of those around them. They are introduced to the idea of strengths spotting as they explore how, spotting, knowing and activating our strengths can have a positive impact on our lives.

 

For children aged 10+ there is the option to complete of a short online questionnaire in advance.

Optional Module - For 12 - 18 Year Olds

Resilient Thinking

1.5 Hours

Optional Module - For 12 - 18 Year Olds

Personal Strengths

1.5 Hours

This module explores, in more depth, the connection between resilience and our thinking and helps participants become more self-aware of their helpful and unhelpful thinking habits. Participants are also introduced to the beliefs-thoughts-feelings-behaviour model as a way to understand the power of our thinking and the role our beliefs have in shaping our thinking. Through a range of age-relevant scenarios, participants will explore the common pessimistic thinking traps and learn some simple strategies to develop more resilient thinking habits in themselves and their friends.

This modules provides participants with the opportunity to recognise and explore their own personal strengths and the personal strengths of those around them. They connect their personal strengths to their Resilience Doughnut an explore how they already activate their strengths in different aspect of their lives and when they can be useful when faced with the inevitable ups and downs of life.

 

Participants are required to complete of a short online questionnaire in advance.

Pricing

For public and third sector organisations*

Core Module (Standard): £400

  • Plus 1 Optional Module: £600

  • Plus 2 Optional Modules: £775

Core Module (Bespoke): £600

  • Plus 1 Optional Module: £775

  • Plus 2 Optional Modules: £875

Optional Modules: £375

Price for up to 30 participants.

At-cost travel and accommodation applies.

Prices correct at 01/04/2019 and are subject to change.

*Exceptions apply. - Please contact us for eligibility.

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