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Five ways to wellbeing - suggested student workshop


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In this week's webinar, Dr Pooky Knightsmith explores the 'Five Ways to Wellbeing', an evidence-based approach to approach mental wellbeing which can be adapted for use by people of any age. She considers how we can engage with children and young people on the five ways and walks through a workshop you could adapt for use with a class or colleagues.

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Five ways to wellbeing - suggested student workshop

  1. 1. Five Ways to Wellbeing Dr Pooky Knightsmith @PookyH
  2. 2. How you are feeling and how well you can cope with day-to-day life
  3. 3. Connect1
  4. 4. Strengthen:F riends & Family Extend: Broader community
  5. 5. What could you do to strengthen your current relationships? Who else could you connect with and how?
  6. 6. Family time Down time New friend
  7. 7. Be Active2
  8. 8. What simple changes could you make to increase how much exercise you get each week?
  9. 9. Walk to school Join a team New hobby
  10. 10. Keep Learning3
  11. 11. You do this everyday… but is there something new you’d like to learn outside of normal classes?
  12. 12. Cook Sport Craft
  13. 13. Give4
  14. 14. What little things can you easily do each day to show kindness to others? What about bigger things like volunteering?
  15. 15. Be kind Help at home Give your time
  16. 16. Take Notice5 (Be Mindful)
  17. 17. Mindfulness
  18. 18. Work through a typical day – when could you practise mindfulness?
  19. 19. Eat Walk STOP!
  20. 20. Make at least one small change… try it for a week… encourage friends to do the same
  21. 21. Five Ways to Wellbeing Dr Pooky Knightsmith @PookyH
  22. 22. Online Learning: >online learning