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These online courses are a great way to build more moments of communication and connection with your child or improve their overall mental health.
Creative Ways to Build your Child’s Self-esteem and Improve Well-being
“Kemi is a passionate person who has a wide knowledge of mental health issues. I have used some of her ideas and resources to help the young girls I work with.”
Maureen Bailey – Inner Strength Network.
“Kemi’s developed a well-being plan for my family. The content is really good stuff. My middle child loved the brain activity in particular.”
Savannah* (parent of 3 children) – name changed.
“This resource is clearly led by Kemi’s impressive qualifications…it’s really insightful and genuinely helpful”
Jo – myanxiouslife.co.uk.
Boosting your child’s well-being and self-esteem requires creating environments in which they can express themselves and communicate their feelings. Engaging in regular activities that are designed to improve well-being practices and skills will also improve self-esteem in children. This course will offer you just that; a range of family-friendly activities to do with your children.
For most parents, their child’s well-being is a priority, so how do we ensure it remains a priority? By role modelling, facilitating activities and conversations that promote it. This self-paced course will provide you with a clearer understanding of what mental health is and how this links with well-being and self-esteem. Using child-friendly language and explanations, you can take this course with your child, thus equipping them with information and tools. This will build on their resilience, independence and emotionally aware.
- Mental health and well-being information
- Factors that contribute to good mental health
- Connection and communication
- 10 well-being-based activities
- Mindfulness exercise
- Affirmation exercise
- The vagus nerve and well-being
- General tips for well-being
Help Your Child With Their Anxiety
“My 11-year-old developed anxiety about going to school, we tried everything. A friend recommended Kemi, we had 8 sessions which were effective. My daughter felt like Kemi took the time to understand her anxiety and didn’t push her to go to school. She was crying almost every day about going to school, her attendance is now improving.”
Gemma* parent of 11-year-old Natalie* (*name changed)
“Kemi did an excellent training video for my website (CPD training for school staff). She is a professional and brilliant trainer”
Katherine Houghton – Early Years Staffroom
“Kemi’s webinar on anxiety was interactive and she shared clearly how to recognize anxiety and practical ways to support children, particularly during lockdown and beyond. Excellent online facilitator.”
Chioma Fanawopo (parent)
Through this course, I’m ready to share my knowledge and experience on anxiety with you in order to equip you with the information and tools needed to improve your child’s anxiety and build their emotional resilience.
If you have a child experiencing anxiety, this course will provide you with what you need to know about anxiety as well as practical ideas to help your child with their anxiety.
This self-paced course is designed to offer you a clear understanding of your child’s anxiety and will provide you with ways you can help them with their anxiety. You can complete the course in your own time and you will gain access to a private Facebook group where I will be running fortnightly live Q&A sessions, responding to your questions on your child’s anxiety.
The course also offers:
- Key information on how anxiety works
- Practical tips
- Creative ideas and activities
- Reflections that facilitate a deeper understanding of your child’s needs.
- Reflections on worries
- Understanding worries and differentiating it from anxiety
- Effects of worrying
- Developmental stages of worries
- Responding to worries
- What is anxiety?
- Signs of anxiety
- The anxiety cycle
- Causes of anxiety
- Break the anxiety cycle
- Tackling anxious thoughts
- Dealing with anxious feelings
- Managing anxious behaviours
- Things to avoid with anxious children
Buy both courses and save £25