Using creative journal prompts and art project ideas, with plenty of room for writing and reflection, Dream Up Now is a powerful tool for navigating emotions and self-reflection.
It’s a phenomenon cutting across suburban, urban and rural demographics.
With these staggering statistics, the idea for helping young people move from darkness into light formed the foundation of Dream Up Now.
The guided journal offers a fun and cost-effective solution to managing fluctuating teen emotions, while supporting positive mental health.
Increasingly, schools are turning to counseling and outreach to alleviate the epidemic of anxiety and depression affecting adolescents nationwide. Community support raises awareness and helps educate teens about the importance of self-care.
However, there’s an engaging and effective solution to managing fluctuating teen emotions and mental health that is proven in countless studies, and is relatively easy for budget-minded libraries, schools, and parents to implement: the arts.
“Dream Up Now is a great tool for encouraging teens to really think through their emotions, breaking down their responses to a wide variety of emotions and processing them creatively – through writing, drawing, music, reflection, planning and more.”
– Christie Burnett, Childhood101.com
Your choice: Live, online training; OR live, in-person training; OR asynchronous online course.
This presentation will be of interest to educators of students in grades 6 through 12, school and district leaders, librarians, counselors and coaches, and curriculum directors. *Contents have been approved for PD in many schools, districts, and states and will provide a CE certificate. Length: 50 minutes.
Learning to take control of your emotions starts today.
In-person or online. Customized to your group’s needs.
“Throughout the course, Rayne demonstrated diligence, professionalism, sensitivity to diversity, critical and creative thinking, and increased skill in writing for young audiences.”
– Dr. Latonya Evans, Clinical Psychologist