Education

Through presentations, student curriculum, teacher resources and digital content, The Resilience Project’s Education Programs support mental health in the classroom, staffroom and family home.

Why youth mental health matters:

What The Resilience Project delivers:

These statistics drive our commitment to teach positive strategies to help people build happiness and resilience. We are especially committed to delivering programs in early learning centres as well as primary and secondary schools – settings the recent Victorian Royal Commission and Productivity Commission revealed as having the biggest unmet need.

Our work in Education:

We are grateful and proud to have delivered wellbeing programs to over 1500 schools and early learning centres across Australia. Our schools program has been designed by teachers for teachers, and has been evaluated by the University of Melbourne.

Through presentations, student curriculum, teacher resources and digital content, The Resilience Project’s Education Programs support mental health in the classroom, staffroom and family home.

The research is clear; the more positive emotion you experience, the more resilient you will be. For that reason we focus on three key pillars that have been proven to cultivate positive emotion; Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness (GEM), with Emotional Literacy being a foundational skill to practise these strategies.

GRATITUDE

Gratitude

Paying attention to the things we have right now, and not worrying about what we don't have. We practise gratitude by noticing the positives around us.
Practise Gratitude

MINDFULNESS

Mindfulness

Our ability to be calm and in the present moment. We practise mindfulness by slowing down and concentrating on one thing at a time.
Practise Mindfulness

EMPATHY

Empathy

Putting ourselves in the shoes of others so we feel what they are feeling. We practise empathy by being kind and compassionate towards other people.
Practise Empathy

EMOTIONAL LITERACY

Emotional Literacy

Our ability to label our emotions, which helps us to soften negative emotions and find positive emotions. We practise emotional literacy by labelling our emotions as we experience them.
Practise Emotional Literacy

The Resilience Project programs:

ENQUIRIES

Education bookings for 2022 are now open. Enquire for more information, and confirm your place.

LEARN MORE

Download our Education brochure for more details.

University of Melbourne evaluation

Check out the key findings from this independent evaluation, and see the impact of our current program.

CASE STUDY

Read about Rod Jackson’s GEM journey at Bentley Park College.