FEATURED COURSE

Parenting Guide

Raising Emotionally Resilient Child

Learn how to coach your child on social-emotional learning, 

develop greater emotional agility & problem-solving skills.

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EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE

is an important life skill, which is not a core subject taught in school 
yet essential for every child

WHAT TO EXPECT

In this course, you will

Learn how to help your child better recognize their emotions and those around him. 

Receive parent-child dialogue cards to promote deeper conversation with your child

Be able to attend a 2-hour parenting workshop to guide you on the framework and how to use the ER toolkit

Receive a free pdf guide to learn how to apply the emotional scaffolding technique.

 
 

Emotions

Do I have Emotionally Literacy?  

Why Emotional Resilience?

Prevent Meltdowns

Learning to calm down and self-soothe is a skill that requires modelling, guidance and support. Parents can help by co-regulating child's emotions

Gain Emotional Awareness

Learning to notice and name how we feel, be aware of our emotions and our inner thought life that drives it.

Minimize Learned Helplessness

When we can navigate through difficult emotions, without getting overwhelmed, we can gain control of situations

Healthy Ways to Feel Better

When we can navigate through difficult emotions, without getting overwhelmed, we can gain control of situations

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TESTIMONIALS

what our participants say about us

Grace

Roland has been very insightful and provided useful real life examples to help us understand our children before employing suitable ways to help them deal with their big emotions. He also reminded us that this is an ongoing journey and we have to practice patience and care towards our children

Ms Ng

Understanding different child has different personality and emotionally a child appears to be upset is not what we see from the physical reaction. The child might have some other thoughts that he/she doesnt want to voice out.

Ms Teo

Roland has been very insightful and provided useful real life examples to help us understand our children before employing suitable ways to help them deal with their big emotions. He also reminded us that this is an ongoing journey and we have to practice patience and care towards our children.

 

WHO IS THIS FOR?

This programme is suitable for parents, caregivers and educators who wish to learn how to impart social-emotional learning skills to children from

age between 4-12 years old.

Course Fees & payment options

We Accept:

Learning to calm down and self-soothe is a skill that requires modelling, guidance and support. Parents can help by co-regulating child's emotions

Paypal

PayNow

Learning to notice and name how we feel, be aware of our emotions and our inner thought life that drives it.

PayLah

When we can navigate through difficult emotions, without getting overwhelmed, we can gain control of situations

Discover more here >
 
 

Leroy and His Secret Helmet

With the help of his secret helmet, Leroy has always managed to put on a smile during difficult situations. But what happens when he faces a bigger challenge with too much emotions to handle? 

 

This heart-warming story imparts lessons on social-emotional learning and guides children on how to be more resilient when facing challenges

Story by: Roland Koh

"Compelling and well-written! Easily relatable and gives parents a conversation opener to smoothly educate their kids!"
- Big time author, James Kerning

Illustrated by: Charlie New

"Intriguing and an easy read even for parents!"
- Big time author, James Kerning

 

FAQ

Will I receive both digital and physical copies?


Yes, we will send them to both your addresses! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us and we'll get back to you shortly!




What do I need?


A working computer with zoom installed! There's no need for webcams if you feel uncomfortable!




Are you thinking what I'm thinking B1?


I think I am B2. Bananas in pajamas!