"You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think"
A.A.Milne - Author of Winnie-the-Pooh
Are you worried about your child's mental health?
Are they suffering with stress and anxiety?
Not doing so well at school, being bullied or being a bully?
Spending too much time on phones, gaming or social media?
Worried for them now and possibly for their future?
How amazing would it be, if you could give your child an instruction manual to help them through life?
To overcome challenges and face whatever life has in store for them
What if you could help your child experience a better, brighter future?
iheart can help all young people to uncover their wellbeing & resilience.
What is iheart and what does it stand for?
iheart, which stands for Innate Health Education and Resilience Training, is a registered charity headquartered in London, England. Our vision is a paradigm shift in mental health education and youth work, so that young people can access their innate wellbeing and potential to become resilient, contributing members of society.
Sharon J Crabbe Certified iheart Facilitator
iheart- Innate Health Education and Resilience Training
A unique, preventative and highly impactful programme, showing young people how to access their innate wellbeing and resilience.
A mix of interactive discussions, animations, activities and group exercises. Delivered in schools, youth organisations and project settings.
Resilience tutoring for children and teenagers
The programme is 10 x 1hour sessions, either face to face or online.
In a 1:1learning environment or small group sessions.
A core message of hope and optimism " We Have Everything We Need Inside."
" I can genuinely say as a parent I feel this time with Sharon has been life changing for my son and myself. The iheart programme helped him manage the wait, challenge and uncertainty of A-level results day. I believe the sessions helped him develop a deeper strength of mind, he is ready to tap into his insight to start a new chapter of life with new found confidence." Mrs. S Johnson Motyl - Headteacher Devizes. UK