We’re building capability for Emotional Safety & Resilience

SESA founder Jay Baughan recognised an international need for communities to possess a practical capability to create emotional safety within and around them; nurturing the skills required for Emotional Resilience.

Globally, evidence is growing of on-going traumatic events within communities, from corrosive emotional abuse & neglect, physical abuse & neglect, and exposure to domestic violence, substance abuse and mental health issues.

SESA is a global capability building initiative, embedded into countries it supports individuals and groups to build the powerful understanding and practical capability to address Emotional Safety & Resilience within and around them.

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About SESA Europe

Specialist Young Leaders

The world’s population surpassed 7 billion in 2012; people under the age of 30 account for 3.5 billion.

This programme establishes young leaders with the cultural sensitivities and social emotional development  capability to support community cohesion and development efforts. Leaders who can contribute to more sustainable interventions to influence child & adolescent emotional safety; to support the building of resilient, democratic societies; and to improve health and nutrition outcomes.

Educational Centres of Excellence

Two in five teachers know of school children showing signs of mental health issues including anxiety, panic attacks and depression.

This programme creates a national process which transforms and nurtures educational settings into centres of excellence in child & adolescent emotional safety & development. Each with the demonstrable culture of Emotional Safety, and the holistic approach to professional development which ensures all staff seamlessly contribute to building and nurturing the skills for Emotional Resilience.

Student Emotional Resilience

Stress and anxiety are making day to day life difficult for hundreds of thousands of students.

This programme embeds a dedicated learning & development environment into a campus community, enabling students to progressively build the self-awareness and skills required for sustainable Emotional Resilience. Establishing wellbeing and mental healthcare, it also creates a global student community dedicated to Emotional Safety and self-development.

Managing Workplace Wellbeing

12.5 million working days lost due to UK work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17.

This multi-faceted programme provides employers with a dedicated learning & development environment which seamlessly embeds into the workplace. It enables employees at all levels, to measurably build the self-awareness and skills required for sustainable Emotional Resilience. Establishing the culture, holistic capability and expertise required to manage workplace wellbeing.

Across the world, SESA founder Jay Baughan works directly with Angel Philanthropists to carry them into relationships with community-based NGOs, Faith Centres and Traditional Leadership Groups. Together, they create national capability programmes; deploying #sesaYOUTH and #sesaEducation.

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