A programme to promote resilience in young people. This carefully thought out 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.
Young people and adults are encouraged to respond positively to the difficulties they encounter and to focus on solutions and positive aspects, rather than dwelling on the difficulties themselves.
Topics taught in the 15 sessions include:
Making good decisions
Loss and endings.
Includes full facilitator notes and handout materials printable from a CD Rom.
210pp, A4, covered wire-o-bound, CD Rom
SEAL Supporting Materials
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
About the Authors:
Tina Rae is a Senior Educational Psychologist (Behaviour) who has written extensively on topics such as emotional literacy, behaviour management, PSHE and Citizenship.
Nisha Nakarja worked as an Educational Psychologist in the UK before moving to Dubai for her current role as Head of Well Being at Jumeirah Primary School.
Patricia Velinor taught in schools for five years before qualifying as an Educational Psychologist and currently practises in London.