Children / Students are at the center of our focus at The Foundation and we feel passionately about the limitless potential of their brain; while seeing first-hand the positive impact of “thought centric” approach towards mind training interventions for students. Neuro-based positive psychology strategies are proven to help students increase self-regulation, build engagement through strength, improve relationships, assign meaning, scaffold accomplishment and most importantly reduce stress. Positive Mental Health Education in the educational environments enables the learner to engage better in established curricula. In addition, knowledge and skills to develop their own and others’ well-being allow youth to flourish, lead purposeful lives and contribute to society as virtuous citizens.
Our Focus Areas
Understanding the Brain Basics
Our bespoke learning solutions center on developing the whole child and lead to creating a positive influence on the classroom and school culture as well as improving the quality of learning and living.
In order to fulfill the same, we start the program by making the child understand about ‘Brain Basics” and how they are connected to the feelings, thoughts, biological reactions and behaviors; followed by talking about Neuroplasticity. This gives the child the understanding that he has a choice in how he feels, think, and behaves.
“We don’t give children life skills but skills to live their life”
- Educate about Mind and Heart
- Teach them how to nourish their brain than just their bodies
- Learning and helping children to take charge of their emotions
- Mindful awareness of their senses
Schools/ colleges are now seen as institutions whose role extends beyond academic competence in preparing the whole child. Positive Education can inform and affect all levels of education including students, teachers, staff, parents, the whole school, and the community. It can also play a crucial preventative role in reducing the growing yet often blanketed Behavioral Health concerns amidst students like aggression, lack of concentration, body-image issues, learning issues social-media strain, depression, anxiety and stress within the school environment.