Exam resilience for young people
Last term we delivered a series of sessions to various secondary schools to help young people develop techniques to help them be resilient, cope with exam pressures and generally take control of their emotions.
Only a few weeks ago the news was awash with stories about the rise of mental health in young women. So what is your school doing to pro-actively promote positive mental health?
Our recent blog - developing resilient young women - gives practical techniques to use with all young people to help cope with the pressures of growing up.
Email email@example.com find out more about our programme for young women and men in schools which covers:
- How to apply Laughology techniques for developing positive thinking and behaviours
- How to increase your mental agility and emotional intelligence.
- How to enhance thinking skills and make conscious decisions based on rational and logic
- How to think using a humour perspective to feel better about challenges
- How to harness positive emotions and feel better