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Resilience training

Being resilient means showing who you are.

In today's society it happens all too often that we cross our own boundaries or those of others. And staying close to yourself is often quite a challenge. To show who you are, you have to stand firm and stand up for yourself. These are challenges for young and old. But... learned young is often done old. 

For whom?

The resilience training is for children aged 10 to 12 years. 

The training is given in a small group (4-8 children) or individually.

Key points

  • Power    

Recognising your own strength and using it positively.​

  • Choices     

Being resilient means making choices. Your own behaviour is a choice and you are in charge of these choices.

  • Accountability   

When children take responsibility for their own behaviour, they are able to be positively present in a group.

  • Peace   

Peace is necessary to make a conscious choice. In your head, so that you know what choices are available. In your body, so you can feel what is good or not.

  • Awareness   

Who are you and what do you want to achieve? Where are your boundaries and how can you deal with these boundaries in a good way? 

The entire training is designed based on experiential learning. The children play an active role in their own and each other's learning process. During active exercises, the emphasis is on experiencing. In addition to experiencing, the children reflect on their own behaviour and that of others. By experiencing, observing and reflecting, you gain new insights as a group and as an individual.

In addition, this promotes the awareness process.


During the lessons, concrete tools are provided. During the training, the children receive practical tips and knowledge that they can immediately apply in the exercises and in their daily lives. Often resulting in sustainable behavioural change. 

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