“Emotions are involved with everything a person does and determine how well they manage themselves and adapt to the demands of life. The value of our ability to manage our behaviour, along with the positive morale, engagement, and commitment will determine how well we live our lives.”

Dr Martyn Newman PhD.

The WHO tells how worldwide, 10-20% of children and adolescents experience mental disorders.

“Half of all mental illnesses begin by the age of 14 and three-quarters by mid-20s, with Neuropsychiatric conditions being the leading cause of disability in young people in all regions.”

Build Youth Emotional Resilience

Across the world, millions of children and young people lack the capability to build emotional safety within and around them. Today we see rising numbers of anxiety-related Mental Health referrals onto overloaded health and care networks.

Equipping our children and young people for the emotional rigors of life, by building their self-awareness and social emotional competencies, we empower them to better navigate everyday life.

Benchmark Youth Emotional Resilience

We wanted to validate the impact from building self-awareness and social emotional competencies, particularly in young people. So we teamed-up with RocheMartin, and set-out to collect a normative youth database from across Africa, the Middle East and Europe.

Using our 3,000 individual data sets from young people aged 12 to 19 years, RocheMartin created us a rigorous emotional psychometric evaluation tool to measure and benchmark Youth Emotional Resilience.

Today, we support Foundations, Charities, Aid Agencies and Educational Institutions across the world to review evolving self-awareness and social emotional competencies in their young people.

We produce ground-breaking insights into youth Emotional Resilience – across genders, cultures, geographical boundaries and nationalities.