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Emotional Well-Being for Youth

How to Support Children and Teenagers to Become More Emotionally Resilient

Do you want to see your child flourish? Would you like to learn powerful ways to emotionally support them better? In this 2-week course, Happiness Scientist Sha-En Yeo will teach you how to work with children to strengthen their mindsets and support them to develop skills like empathy, compassion, coping with stress, while also increasing their emotional intelligence to navigate life’s challenges better.

What you can achieve with this course

  • Support children to become emotionally resilient while navigating the challenges of growing up.
  • Develop the vital skills of emotional intelligence in children from a young age. 
  • Discover tools to help children feel less overwhelmed and better equipped to manage difficult emotions.
  • Cultivate a safe space for children to share and express their emotions without judgment.
  • Create stronger connections with children to and learn how to support them to become more confident and happier. 

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Passionate about making the world a better place, TEDx speaker, and positive psychology expert Sha-En Yeo has more than a decade of experience in the education sector, championing the need for well-being in schools. As founder of Happiness Scientists, and an Infijoy course host, Sha-En provides bespoke positive psychology training that improves mental well-being.

Course Plan

Week 1 - Understanding Emotional Resilience and How to Support Youth
What is Emotional Resilience? Why is it important especially for youth in current times? What could be getting in the way of youth cultivating emotional resilience? What is your role as an educator or parent? Awareness is key to expanding the emotional vocabulary of our preteens and adolescents, and this week we’ll look a little deeper into how to better support our children.
Week 2 - Strengthening Youth Emotional Resilience
Creating a space for healthy emotional expression is the first step to strengthening emotional resilience in youth, but support is also imperative. Your ability to be an emotion coach can help them navigate an uncertain world with a strong sense of foundation.