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Mental Wellness is important for children and young people, it helps build self-esteem, compassion for others, resilience when experiencing knock backs and the ability to concentrate and achieve.
Unfortunately there are many stresses in life, ranging from body image, exam pressures and social media platforms to name a few. Over the decades the development of this fast paced digital world has impacted the mental wellness of children and young people. Providing tools for them to manage these stresses is important for then to keep mentally well.
Mytools4life is an independent business that offers Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to anyone supporting/caring for children and young people.
It focuses on the issues faced by young people today, such as cyber bullying and substance misuse, and teaches how to promote protective factors and good parenting. Everyone who completes the course gets a Youth MHFA manual to refer to whenever they need it, and a certificate to say they are a Youth Mental Health First Aider.
The main content of each session is to teach children the importance of being resilient and exploring healthy coping tools. Resilient children are able to bounce back from mistakes and knock backs, by adapting a positive mind-set and maintaining a number of coping tools in their life.
A session duration is one hour and available to groups or individuals.
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“Brilliant course and inspirational instructor. Every parent should be offered this support and information”
Nicola, Mental Health First Aid Delegate
“Professional and friendly delivery. Learned so much to take with me as a parent of 2 children. I will disseminate knowledge learned on the course to other parents. Invaluable!"
Ester, Mental Health First Aid Delegate
“Thank you – I feel much more equipped to approach mental health issues now as a parent, but also in other areas of my life”
Heather, Mental Health First Aid Delegate