Communicating Emotional Well-beingThe Kidz Kourse
Communication and practical
The Kidz Kourse ... an emotional mental health wellness course.
January 23 & 24, 2021 —
Introducing NEW 2-day Weekend Virtual Workshop
The Kidz Kourse a course for kids
This self-awareness and communication skills course gives children a safe place to explore their feelings for personal development. Furthermore, through self-awareness, feelings of Anger, Sadness, Fear and Shame, are taught to be normal and useful. They explore where these feelings come from and how to appropriately express them.
The Kidz Kourse core team do their personal development and use and teach EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) with the kids to help them identify their feelings and to anchor the new beliefs about themselves.
We work with the children on Mindfulness: A simple practice of bringing a kind and loving attitude to the present moment. In addition, we believe teaching them that they are at choice to have a feeling and how to self-calm improves family, school, and friendship relationships. This helps to promote happiness and relieves stress. The activities the children participate in help them to develop compassion, focus, curiosity and empathy.
Our students, and returning children, work on self esteem, how to flip negative self-talk, and learning how to love themselves. In addition, family relationships see improvement with these new communication tools.
Best of all, they learn about who owns a problem and about taking on someone else’s problem is giving their power away. Setting boundaries, which comes up a lot in bullying, teaches them how to stand in their own power.
Communication skills are important to help students learn:
What to expect
The Kidz Kourse workshops are two-days of one weekend. It takes the two-days for children to power through issues and
Graduation: Sunday evening, after the course we have a Graduation celebration for all the work they have done during the weekend. Parents, family, and friends are invited to attend.
The following week Tawnya Perry has a conference call with the parents to share insights about issues that came up during the weekend and how they can support their child with the new tools they have learned