We provide training and education focused on children and youth as well as those working with and caring for them to manage mental health and well-being.
We have a qualified team of teachers, counsellors and psychologists who create the Think and Be Me resources ensuring they are child friendly and practical, while fitting in with the HPE NZ Curriculum.
Our Think and Be Me online courses are a series of short fun videos based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) techniques and strategies to help children and young people learn the techniques to take care of their mental health. They address anxiety, fear, worry, anger and are age appropriate for children, pre-teens and teens these video resources are provided FREE and for home education include FREE downloadable resources too.
Our educators versions of these courses provide lesson plans and teaching resources for a very nominal charge.
Our team of trainers run workshops and professional development for teachers and those working with children and communities on topics like Music and Emotions and Emotional Regulation in the Classroom.
Do you want to find out more about our training ?
Book some time below
He taonga te hauora, he pikinga waiora. Pursue great health and wellbeing.
Short clips to support teachers and whānau with the use of Think and Be Me!
Introduction to Think and Be MeWATCH NOW
A video to introduce whānau, parents and teachers to Think and Be Me and it's set of resources by Cat Levine.
Presentation In Schools ExplanationWATCH NOW
A video educating whānau, parents and on what goes into the presentations and the theory behind it.
How to Use The Mood CubeWATCH NOW
A video educating whānau, parents and teachers on how to use the Mood Cube physical resource by Cat Levine.
How To Use The Calm CubeWATCH NOW
A video educating whānau, parents and teachers on how to use the Calm Cube physical resource by Cat Levine.
How To Use The Thinking CubeWATCH NOW
A video educating whānau, parents and teachers on how to use the Thinking Cube physical resource by Cat Levine.
How To Use The Stinking Thinking PosterWATCH NOW
A video educating whānau, parents and teachers on how to use the Stinking Thinking poster by Cat Levine.