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PRACTICAL RESILIENCE

 

Why I want to talk of resilience??

It’s always been present in my life and I think resilience has been the main tool that helped me to “survive”!
This is the reason I try to reinforce it in people I work with.

In the following situations children were supported from resilience:

Mummy and Daddy left for Italy, they are gonna stay away many, many days, Nanny is staying with us. My little sister (8 months old) is crying all day long. (3 years old girl)

My mum always gets drunk in the morning, also on holiday then she goes away. One night there was a thunderstorm, I was scared but she wasn't there. I woke up my little sister and we look for her everywhere, we had our nightgown on and we forgot the umbrella, after many hours she came back (5 years old boy)

I saw my mother and father hitting each other. Blood from my mum's neck, dad was furious. (7 yeard old boy)

Daddy was yelling “my wife, my wife!” I went to see what was happening. He was in front of the bathroom's door, she was inside and wasn't answering. I called an ambulance, the psychiatrist and I waited for the firemen to arrive. My sister and Rodrigo, my dog, were with me, down in the street, waiting. (12 years old girl)

I was fat, everybody at school made fun of me (11 years old boy)

Every day, all over the world, children have to do with similar situations. There are also devorce, illness, depression, hunger, war, poverty. Whether these life experiences strenghten or lacerate them depends on their resielence.


I think that resielence is the capacity to deal and overcome negative moments of our life without creating a big trauma in us.

While I was involved in difficult situations I always had in mind 3 verbs that helped me: I have, I am, I can.

I HAVE – people that love me, that support me, that give me boundaries, that take care of me when I'm sick
I AM – loved, grateful to do nice things, honest, responsible for what I do, sure that everything will be ok
I CAN – talk with somebody, find solutions, controll myself if I think I am doing something too dangerous, find somebody to help me for emergencies.

During my life I've always met an adult that facilitated my resilience: nonna Wilma, Daddy and Mummy, Auntie Gwen, Zia Marussia, tata Emma, Nicoletta, my drama teacher........they have been essential for my life!


What can we do to promote resielence in children?i?

  • Tell them in words that we love them

  • hold, cuddle them, suggest ingthem to count to 10 before reacting, remindind them to breath.

  • encourage them to be independent and help them to be aware of their feelings

  • tell them the day schedule sharing feelings and thoughts

  • encourage positive thinking and appreciation of others

  • help them to understand the consequences of their actions

  • give them clear rules

  • suppot them in difficult moments
     

 

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