How to Help Young People Feel Worthwhile No Matter What
Developed by Professor Michael E. Bernard, Centre for Wellbeing Science, University of Melbourne, Founder, You Can Do It! Education
BENEFITS OF THIS PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS
As a result of participating in the program, students will demonstrate a developing capacity for changing self-criticism (taking things personally) to self-acceptance. Additional positive outcomes include greater: self-awareness, self-management, self-worth, independence, confidence and resilience.
3-PART STUDENT ELEARNING PROGRAM
Suitable for ages 9 to 16+When purchasing the Accepting Myself program for your students, you receive access to:
The Leaders Guide contains:
- Background to program including key ideas presented
- How to achieve student buy-in to the program
- How the program can be presented at school
- How the program can be presented at home
- In the days and weeks following program completion, explanations, strategies and techniques to reinforce program content
- Additional strategies to help strengthen students’ self-acceptance
3-Part Program Review and Extension Activities
- Program leader may elect to present to students after each of the three parts of the program or after completion of the full program, additional, online leader-guided activities that reinforce the key messages, skills and tools independently completed by students. These activities help students reflect on, question, personalise and process what you have covered online by yourself.
This 30-minute online professional learning program educators can log into and complete before introducing students to the online eLearning Accepting Myself Program. The Strength of Self-Acceptance is presented by Michael Bernard.
The learning objectives are:
- Define self-acceptance,
- Identify the extent of your self-acceptance,
- Explain the relationship between self-acceptance and wellbeing,
- Discuss with students the choice they have in how they think about themselves when experiencing difficulties in achievement of when encountering criticism/rejection,
- Help students identify self-accepting self-talk, and
- Describe different practices for teaching students self-acceptance.
- Why this program is needed.
- Self-acceptance is the foundation of mental health and wellbeing.
- How the program works.
- Important ideas for building self-acceptance.
- Things you can say or do to strengthen your child’s self-acceptance.
Preview this resource and discover why Self-Acceptance needs to be an essential part of every school’s wellbeing program.
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