Peaceful Kids

Term One 2018

The Peaceful Kids Program will be offered on Mondays 5:45-6:45pm for students in Years 4 to 6, and facilitated by Psychologist, Deni Fowle.

Total cost is $490.00 and includes all materials.

A deposit payment is required to secure position in the program, balance is payable after term commences.

Please submit your expression of interest via the Enquire Now button, providing details of the students age.  Programs will be structured around specific age groups, so that content can be tailored to children of the same developmental level.

​With roots in positive psychology, mindfulness, and psychological research, the Peaceful Kids Program is a small-group 8 week program that gives kids the tools they need to self-calm, build emotional intelligence, and cope with whatever life may throw their way.

Through this course, children learn a range of skills and strategies including: 

  • How Mindfulness affects the brain and lessens stress and anxiety 

  • Different ways to practice Mindfulness and use it in thier everyday lives 

  • How anxiety and stress levels relates to their feelings

  • Understanding stress, how it relates to them, and the physical symptoms of stress

  • Triggers for stress and how to  identify when they need to take time out if they do feel stressed

  • Worrying and anxiety, and how it affects their happiness

  • Understanding how different ways of thinking can increase or decrease feelings of anxiety

  • How to create a balanced lifestyle to include Mindfulness activities in their everyday life


Program Structure

  • Sessions are for approximately 1 hour each week, across 8 weeks, plus a Parent Education Workshop prior to the program commencing. 

  • Sessions include learning a range of mindfulness strategies and meditations, effective coping strategies and positive psychology exercises.

  • Children practice a new meditation each week at home on a daily basis if possible, with the support of a parent/guardian. 

  • All materials are included, and the children receive their own Journal to keep their information and work sheets.