Using an educational model and specialist application of NLP, that builds robust mental and emotional health in children and teenagers.
People say: “Happy Brain has given me a standard to work against within my role and through using its practices on myself, I have started to regain my own confidence and settle my anxiety. As a youth worker my role is primarily to support and deliver to young people, I use many aspects of Happy Brain in my day-to-day work.”
“Happy Brain allows me to deliver models of resilience to young people that give them something to refer to at times of trauma, anxiety, difficulty or depression (and many more other feelings).”
“Encouraging young people to also nurture and monitor their own mental and emotional health gives them the first steps to becoming self-sufficient and become less reliant on primary and secondary carers – a key skill to have.”
“With self-sufficiency, our young people bring less ‘trivial’ issues (such as falling out with friends) to us and begin to learn to settle conflict, leading into developing more positive relationships. This allows us more to time to focus on the most vulnerable of our young people.”
“The model of thrive, stress, and survive brains gives me a way to easily explain to young people how our brains and emotions work. This then gives the foundations to then support young people to be able to return to thrive when things start to go a bit wrong.”