What is IPB?
The Inner Peace and Balance Self-Care Training program is a workshop for adults, children and youth. By learning self-knowledge and practical skills, participants discover how to positively manage stress and anxiety and improve their wellbeing. The IPB workshop is given by our committed life coach Zaina Tahboub. She helps immigrants, refugees and community members understand their challenges and heal old wounds so they can achieve their dreams.
How can the IPB Program help me?
The IPB program works within your culture so that you can heal and grow in a safe space without feeling judged. IPB also supports parents of children who suffer from being stigmatized. IPB builds core understanding and skills that all people need to live strong, healthy lives and achieve personal success. Creative exercises help learners use breathing and mindfulness to achieve life balance, understand limiting beliefs and evolve them into future goals, understand how old wounds control behaviour and clear them, recognize personal strengths for growth, construct a “Miracle Morning” routine and plan for their future. mental health
Our Reading & Relief for Teacher Anxiety is designed to help educators who strive to meet the needs of all their children, especially those with specific needs. Our Reading & Relief workshops are tailored to manage child/youth anxiety in the classroom and offer educators new skills and coping methods.
What is the Stopbullying Training?
The Stopbullying program is a bullying prevention and response training workshop that offers positive and practical long-term bullying prevention strategies for schools, organizations and communities. This training addresses the “invisible scars” and reasons many children do not report bullying, how adults can identify and prevent bullying, what triggers bullying, Do’s & Don’ts, and successful strategies. Empathy and trauma response is also offered.
How can Stopbullying help my organization and community?
Bullying is a public health issue and has many negative consequences for youth that can only be resolved by community effort. Victims of bullying can face emotional, mental and physical health issues. Together we can build stronger, more inclusive communities and schools by eliminating this youth public health issue.
What is the Eating Disorder Workshop?
“Everybody feels it: siblings, partners, grandparents. It’s a very isolating experience for families. There’s stigma and shame, and most people simply don’t understand.... Parents are able to do this, but they need rings of support around them. They cannot do it alone and they should not have to.”
— Parent of a child with an eating disorder
Keeping the Fear Out of Foodworkshop uses the PARENT program to help parents and children struggling with an eating disorder. In the workshop, Samar M. Alzeer teaches new skills and strategies that support and heal. Parent and child learn how to manage stress and anxiety and how to overcome the disorder by creating a stronger, more trusting relationship.
How can the Eating Disorder Workshop help me and my child?
“All I can remember is me and Mum. She was just there, she was going through it with me. We were kind of on a roller coaster together.” — Adolescent girl in recovery from Anorexia Nervosa
When parents make time for, and are focused on, their child, the child learns they are supported and protected as they grow and explore. With this bond of trust, the child or youth knows they are heard and loved. This not only helps them overcome negative feelings and the eating disorder but sets a positive example and strong values within the family. mental health
What is Open Access for Youth?
Designed to help children and youth ages 8-24 find support and resolve problematic behaviours. Children and youth all over the world can join and learn through fun online programs that help them learn how manage stress and anxiety and deal with bullying.
Be Your Own Change Maker: Let’s end stigma!
Stigma is one of the most challenging aspects of being diverse, living with a disability, or a mental health condition. Children and youth can feel like they did something wrong just for being themselves. Stigma and shame also prevent many from seeking the help they need and speaking out. Your child can help by pledging to be Stigmafree today! Click on the link below to learn more.
Join the Global Reading Revolution!
We partnered with We Love Reading to empower youth! Join the Global Reading Revolution video series by helping your child to read out loud. Take a video of your child reading a story out loud. Your child’s video will be proudly displayed on our social media platforms and they will receive a Global Reading Revolution badge! Click on the link below to learn more.
Archangels of Art E-Content
Share a story about how you feel—using art! Art helps children and youth express their feelings and it makes change by showing others how they feel. Make a video of your child performing in Dance or Music, take a high quality photo of their Visual Art, or send a copy of their Writing so they can express themselves as fearlessly as an Archangel! Open to ages 8-24, worldwide. Click on the link below to learn more about how to enter!
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