Peaceful Kids Wellbeing Toolbox
Monkey Feeling Cards
Online course for Parents & Carers
Over 30 modules, this self paced online course covers a range of practical and evidence based strategies to support both parents and children's wellbeing. Bringing together evidenced based strategies from both the Peaceful Kids and Peaceful Parents program, this course offers parents a range of strategies to support their own wellbeing as well a range of tools to support their anxious children.
The course is created and guided by Psychotherapist and Educator Georgina Manning and includes expert videos with Dr. Craig Hassed and Andrew Fuller. The course also includes instructional videos, activities, reading, audios and more.
Parents learn strategies for their own wellbeing
Parents learn strategies to support their children
Self Paced course
Complete the course self-paced,
starting & finishing whenever you like
$250 March Special
Includes online course with
over 30 modules.
Parent Wellbeing Part 1
Introduction to Mindfulness
Benefits of Mindfulness
Nueroscience & Mindfulness
Formal & Informal Mindfulness
Doing Mode & Being Mode
Educating the Whole ChildMindfulness Meditations &
Body Based Practices
Parent Wellbeing Part 2
Attitudes of Mindfulness
Mindfulness & Thoughts
Mindfulness & Stress
Managing Emotions Mindfully
Responding vs Reacting
Being in Flow
Self-Care & Wellbeing
Child Wellbeing Part 1
Supporting Anxious Children
Physiology of Anxiety & the Stress Response
Chill out time & Flow
Understanding & Managing Feelings
Managing Anxious Thoughts
Mindfulness for Children
Nueroscience for Children
Child Wellbeing Part 2
Reflective Listening Skills
Problem solving skills
Non avoidance & Facing Fears
Effective Coping Strategies
Worry Box & Worry Time
Helpful & Positive Thinking
Over 30 modules of essential wellbeing strategies
Georgina Manning is the Director of Wellbeing for Kids, a counsellor, psychotherapist and educator. Georgina has many years of experience working in schools supporting both children and parents. Georgina runs regular parent seminars in schools, facilitates school professional development days and is a national speaker for wellbeing events. Georgina has created the ‘Peaceful Kids’ and 'Peaceful Parents' Mindfulness and Positive Psychology programs and holds training for school staff and mental health professionals across many states in Australia.
Dr. Craig Hassed MBBS, FRACGP
Associate Professor Craig Hassed is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of General Practice at Monash University Melbourne where he has been teaching at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels since 1989. He is also coordinator of mindfulness programs at Monash University. He has been instrumental in introducing a variety of innovations into medical education and practice in Australia and overseas with an emphasis on the application of holistic, integrative and mind-body medicine in medical practice.
Andrew has recently been described as an ”interesting mixture of Billy Connolly, Tim Winton and Frasier Crane” and as someone who “puts the heart back into psychology”. As a clinical psychologist, Andrew Fuller works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne. Andrew has written numerous books including Tricky Kids, Tricky Behaviours and Tricky Teens.
"In a family, if there is one person who
practices mindfulness, the entire family
will become more mindful."
Thich Nhat Hanh
What resources will i receive?
You will get lifetime access to all 30 modules so can view the course at any time to refer back to. All of the resources are digital except for 2 beautiful card sets, Monkey Feeling Cards & Coping Cards that are posted out to you in beautiful calico bags. Resources also include:
what age is this course designed for?
The course is targeted at parents and carers of primary and pre school children. The strategies however can be adapted for any age.
How long do i have access to the course for?
You have lifetime access to the course - refer back to any of the modules at any time to remind yourself of the strategies and to access the resources.
How long does the course take to complete?
The course is designed to be completed over a 4 week period, however you you can complete it all at once or over a longer period. The course can completed at your own pace and you have lifetime access.
Each week you will have access to new course material so you have time to implement strategies, reflect and embed these into your own life. Each week starts with an optional live zoom session of 90 minutes to introduce some key areas of learning and time to ask questions as well ! After the zoom session, it will take around 2 hours to complete each week's course material.
I am an educator, can i complete the course?
Yes absolutely, anyone can complete the course. If you are wanting to facilitate the Peaceful Kids or Peaceful Parents programs in schools or in private practice, then you will need to complete the facilitator training. Please see more details on the training page. This course does not give you accreditation to be a Peaceful Kids or Peaceful Parents facilitator and only includes some of the strategies taught in the facilitator training.
do i have to attend the LIVE ONLINE sessions?
No, the online live sessions are all optional. You have the choice to complete the course at any time if you choose via the self-paced course. The online sessions are accessed within the course platform.
how is the course structured?
The course is offered over a 4 week period beginning with a live and interactive online sessions on Monday nights from 7.30pm to 9pm and dates are offered regularly on this page. After each live session you then have access to the week's self paced course component. It is optional to attend the live online sessions.
The self-paced course component is easy to follow, well structured and in bite sized portions so you won't be overwhelmed with information. You will have time to try out the strategies for yourself and for your child.
You don't have to complete all the course content over 4 weeks - you can complete it at your own pace and have lifetime access.
The first two weeks of the program are focused on parent's wellbeing. The last two weeks are focused on strategies for your child.
do i have to wait for the next online dates to start?
No, you can start whenever you like ! You can choose to attend the online sessions later on if that suits you better, or not attend them at all. You can complete the whole course as a self-paced course and start and finish whenever you like.
can i get support for my child during the course?
This course is an educational and personal developmentcourse for parents and carers, and does not replace professional counselling or therapy. There is an opportunity to ask questions in the live online sessions, however these questions are based around the course content and strategies, not around individual behavioural issues or concerns about your child. We can recommend therapists for you if you are needing additional support for yourself or your child.
HOW IS THIS COURSE DIFFERENT TO OTHER PARENTING COURSES?
This course is not a 'parenting' course where you learn to be a perfect parent (there is no such thing anyway!) It is also not a course to learn behavioural strategies or parenting 'tips'.
This course is a personal development course, and is full of evidence based strategies where you grow a deep understanding of essential positive psychology strategies that you can implement into your own life as well as learning practical strategies to support your child.
The course has been specifically designed to build on parent's strengths and help parents understand and improve their own wellbeing which then enables parents to guide their child from their 'lived' experience. Research shows that children are more likely to embed new strategies into their lives, if their parents have a personal understanding of them as well.