Journals To Build Confidence
These journals have been created to provide therapeutic support for children and teens, help them explore their thoughts and feelings and start to truly believe in themselves as Remarkable human beings.
In these journals, children & teens will discover their true potential, sharpen their skills and talents, and develop a ton of new ones.
They will discover that it's OK to make mistakes and get things wrong because these are opportunities to learn valuable lessons and build resilience, (No one ever learnt from getting everything right!)
Confidence Building Activities
These journals will help explain how sometimes little failures = resilience, confidence, and unbelievable growth.
They encourage kids and teens to try new things, take a few risks and step out of their comfort zone.
They will learn to embrace and love who they truly are because the world is an incredible place, full of difference and diversity.
And by the end of it, they will have their feet firmly on the path
to reaching their goals, feeling super happy and confident!
Inside the Journal for kids
We have over 10 Years of Experience
The Remarkable Me wellbeing growth journal has been lovingly created by a small family team who have over 10 years of experience of running art based therapeutic programmes for children.
This journal provides support for children's wellbeing and mental health. It will help build children's confidence, self-esteem, resilience and reduce anxiety.
Inside the Journal for Teens
This Journal for teenagers addresses all the main areas that cause stress and anxiety to this age group, including body image, identity and acceptance, difference and diversity, managing anger and how we respond to it, social media and gaming addictions, guidance on relaxation and other forms of chill out tools for teens, building confidence and resilience and setting future goals.
Schools LOVE Our Journals
Schools are under so much pressure to perform well and keep their happy and children safe, but with ever growing numbers of children experiencing mental health difficulties and teachers already stretched, it is difficult to even know where to start.
Talking about mental health and expressing feelings can be very difficult for young people, and journaling has been proven to encourage this process in a very subtle and effective way.
Our wellbeing journals have been designed to support the whole school framework for emotional wellbeing and mental health and we now offer our schools free lesson plans to aid the teaching experience.
Many schools around the UK have now stocked our wellbeing journals to provide emotional support for their pupils and to show our appreciation we offer HUGE discounts to schools or organisations that wish to order a set number of journals for multiple children.