Here I am – self esteem course for kids

Coming April 2021

The online course that teaches kids…

They are enough the way they are.

They are important to the world.

It’s Ok to be different.

How they can make friends with all their feelings (including big emotions like anger and anxiety!)

Mistakes are part of life.

How to find the opportunity in failure.

How to build inner resilience and self-confidence.

How to build gratitude and empathy


Here I am! – an inspiring video series and resilience toolkit for kids

Here I Am! helps kids build self-esteem and helps them accept themselves for who they are. 

The course focusses on developing self-acceptance, emotional and mental resilience, creative expression, and empathy.

Here I Am! is run self-paced online then used as an on-demand resource and toolkit once finished.

Here I am! is a series of 28 x 5 minute life affirming videos and fun activities.

Here I Am! is designed to be easily accessible for a wide a range of children aged 4 to 11 and inclusive of background, gender, race, neurodivergence or, physical disability. 

All kids encounter low self-esteem at one point in their lives and Here I Am! gives them the skills to navigate through that feeling and develop inner resources to be their best selves.

Here I am! helps future proof children, as they will need the key skills of self-awareness, emotional well-being, curiosity, resilience, empathy and creativity to adapt and thrive in a constantly evolving work environment.

Here I Am! is based on award winning children’s author Josh Langley’s popular Being You is Enough series of books.

Here I am! is released April 2021


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Disclaimer:

Here I am! is not intended to take the place of professional therapy, counselling or medical treatment.   If a parent has any concerns about their child’s wellbeing, they should seek medical treatment from a qualified professional and not solely rely upon the opinions expressed in Here I am! It is not designed for children who have severe psychological disorders.  Children who show signs of dangerous behaviour to themselves or others, should be placed under the care of a qualified professional.