Children learn the value of taking time to look after their emtoional, physical, behavioural, social and spiritual well-being. This life-long learning positively influences how children take care of themselves and others throughout life.
If you have good mental wellbeing you are able to:
- feel confident in yourself and have positive self-esteem
- feel and express a range of emotions
- build and maintain good relationships with others
- feel engaged with the world around you
- live and work productively
- cope with the stresses of daily life
- adapt and manage in times of change and uncertainty
Life Coaching for Children and Teenagers
Life coaching specifically enables children and teens to deal with emotional limitations that block and hinder them from achieving their goals and enjoying their life. Through our specialised programme we ensure that children and teens build their confidence to overcome any situation. They build their self-awareness and learn skills that they can use through out life.
Life Coaching is combined with Exam Preparation and Study Skills to support children as they prepare for SATS, 11+, 13+, GCSE’s and A-Levels.
Mindfulness ∼ Self Regulation ∼ Organisaion
This series of sessions can be delivered 1-1 or shared with a sibling, friend or small group of children. The aim of these creative, physical and practical exercise sessions is to connect children with “what is happening for me right now.”
Children learn to self-reflect and spot changes that they can make in their day-to-day lives that will benefit themselves and serve them well throughout life.
How our children perceive the world can impact their wellbeing. These sessions provide the incredible experience of connecting a child to their senses and emotions through nature.
Sessions take place outdoors and require a child to have comfortable, all weather clothing and footwear. The aim of these sessions is to provide a creative approach to supporting a child’s emotional needs, where being outdoors allows for movement and sensory experiences.
Nature therapy is simply swapping the playing and learning space and this change over from inside to outside will soothe children who are learning to accept and cope with big changes to their inner world such as family moves, new schools, transitions and grief.
Weather and all that happens in the garden offer many metaphors that young children can identify with.
This daffodil bud baby was made in response to “I am a bulb growing up too.”
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07555 747 062