Bouncing Back and Coping with Change
Building Emotional & Social Resilience in Young People Aged 9-14
Author 1: Tina Rae
Practical, evidence-based strategies to teach young people to bounce back and keep going in the face of adversity.
Pressures from school, social media, and relationships can seem overwhelming, especially for vulnerable young people. These strategies, drawn from evidence-based approaches such as mindfulness and CBT, will help them to build the ability to bounce back when things go wrong. These 20 clearly presented sessions will help build self-esteem, empathy & assertiveness, develop stress management and problem-solving skills and a reflective approach:
1. The Happiness Habit 2. Thinking of Others 3. Being in the Flow 4. Developing Grit 5. Building My Strengths 6. My Feelings 7. Beat the Stress 8. Building Confidence & Self-Acceptance 9. Positive Comments 10. Healthy Habits 11. Effective Thinking - Part 1 12. Effective Thinking - Part 2 13. Mindful Moments 14. Relax Yourself 15. Feeling Friendly 16. Boosting Positive Emotions 17. The Savouring Habit 18. Showing the Gratitude
19. The Growth Mindset 20. Focus on Future Solutions
Flexible and ideal for use with individuals or groups.