I've recorded a couple of podcast episodes, and always love the chance to talk about resilience. But this one was different. 🌟 A big thanks to brilliant host, Jo Ferrone, founder of How Does She Do it?! for the chance to tell my story of how I've ended up doing what I'm doing, to reflect … Continue reading Podcast: How does she do it?! Episode 12 – Choosing the Path that Lights you up, with Pam Cottman
If you've got kids moving to secondary school, this one's for you. I'm proud to have contributed to this article, drawing on my years of experience as a Head of Year 7, and my resilience work today.
Inspired by a line from Carrie Fisher’s book 'Wishful Drinking', and in recognition of all the difficulties we’re facing in these unprecedented times, check out my latest video for Psychologies Magazine's Life Labs site, featuring 3 steps to remind you that you’ve done difficult before, and have the resources to do it again.
How are you doing today? Feeling overwhelmed, lost or uncertain? Anxious about work, family, yourself? Unsettled or saddened by recent events and how long they might last? You’re not alone. But the good news is that, even in times of adversity, there’s much that we can do to build our reserves of resilience: our ability … Continue reading Building resilience in times of adversity
https://videopress.com/v/zsMcqwzU?preloadContent=metadata In today's tip for Children's Mental Health Week, I'm talking about snowploughing and curling (thanks to Claudia Winkleman and Professor Tanya Byron - loved their recent 5 Live interview on this) and how to encourage children to develop a growth mindset. Allow them to try, to experience failure, to make mistakes and learn from … Continue reading Children’s Mental Health Week – Growth Mindset