Authors: Tina Rae, Nisha Nakarja & Patricia Velinor
Emotional Resilience and Problem Solving for Young People is one of nine titles from the Teach to Inspire series.
Emotional Resilience and Problem Solving for Young People will help promote the mental health and wellbeing of young people. Written for teachers, social workers and all those involved in supporting young adults. Young people today encounter specific challenges and stresses in both educational and social contexts. 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.
The authors have designed a flexible programme which contains two important concepts taught and practised throughout: the development of emotional resilience and techniques for solution-focused problem solving. These encourage young people and adults 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:
- challenging stereotypes
- multiple intelligences: more than one way to act clever
- positive communication
- focus on strong emotions
- stress and coping strategies
- making good decisions
- loss and endings.
Emotional Resilience and Problem Solving for Young People includes full facilitator notes and handout materials printable from a CD Rom. 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. Emotional Resilience and Problem Solving for Young People is suitable for ages 14+. ISBN: 978-1-906517-02-1 Details: A4, photocopiable, includes CD-Rom