Adult Resilience Program
For teenagers and adults ages 16-18+
The Adult Resilience program provides positive coping and resilience skills for those age 16+. Our brains are capable of constant change and we are never to old to learn new positive skills. The Adult Resilience program is also taught to parents along side their child's program in order to increase their resilience and coping skills and ensure that the FRIENDS “language” can be spoken at home. If the whole family participates then resilience and happiness can vastly increase for everyone.
Receive professional development points.
Do this training online, at home.
The Adult Resilience program is ideal for students in year 11 or 12 who may be dealing with a dramatic increase in schooling, social, and home pressures and transitions such as finishing high school and choosing a career. These pressures can lead to stress and anxiety about exams, relationships, body image, and many other things. Because of this, it is not uncommon for teenagers to experience anxiety or depression which impacts their lives and their ability to do their best. The Adult Resilience course arms participants with the skills they need to cope with these life changes and difficult situations. This way they can do their best and transition more easily into the next phase of their life.
Backed by years of research the Adult Resilience program is evidence based and proven to help participants be the best they can be, and reduce their anxiety by imparting on them many skills and tools such as:
- To identify feelings and develop empathy
- How to control and regulate intense emotions
- Relaxation techniques – like those used by athletes
- Mindfulness skills and exercises to stay in the moment, focus and relax
- Prevent bullying for both victims and bullies.
- Resist peer pressure and develop positive relationships
- To compromise in tricky situations and avoid conflict
- To choose appropriate role models
- Setting realistic and achievable life or study goals
- Organisation and focus skills
- Develop non internet-based friendships and relationships
The structure of the Adult Resilience Program is a 5 session course, with each session taking between 2-2.5 hours depending on the activities chosen by the facilitator.
Developed by Dr Paula Barrett, the Adult Resilience program has helped the lives of thousands of participants and helped them navigate the treacherous period of adolescence into adulthood. The Adult Resilience course has also helped families become stronger as parents themselves can apply the skills that they learn while undertaking Adult Resilience in their lives too.
If you would like to become a facilitator of the Adult Resilience Program, click on the button below. If you would like to become a Licensed Partner or for any other enquiry, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org