Webinar: Redefining Resiliency in Uncertain Times – Helping our Children Navigate this new Reality

  • Event: Webinar: Redefining Resiliency in Uncertain Times – Helping our Children Navigate this new Reality
  • Date: 29/04/2020
  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Venue: Online Course, Webinar, Via Zoom,
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An interactive event designed for Parents and Children together in response to Covid 19

Keeping sane working from home. Parents and Children together

Join Eibhlin Johnston, Founder of the Resiliency Hub share her insights in an interactive and insightful conversation with Debbie Fisher, Founding Trustee and Facilitator of IHeart.

Nothing is the same. Our children’s’ lives and working lives have suddenly been turned upside down. We are learning to adapt and cope with the suddenness and uncertainty of the change as well as keeping calm as we navigate the uncertainty. We all have an inner resilience within us and an ability to come back to centre. Now, for the first time in modern living we have all been put in time out. Our oversubscribed lives have come to a sudden halt. This talk is designed to help parents and children work together and communicate better. It will provide practical tips for both parents and their children.

Who is this talk for?

Parents and children whose lives are turned upside down and who are struggling to be resilient and calm

This webinar is Free of Charge!

Please book online to secure your place!

1,200 people from over 25 countries, including mental health experts, educators, parents and young people from around the world signed up for London-based mental health charity IHEART’s (Innate Health Education and Resilience Training) FREE two-day virtual conference ‘Finding Emotional Freedom in Lockdown’ in early April.  This Virtual event was designed to help parents, families and educators to help themselves – and others – navigate the uncertain and unchartered waters of the covid-19 pandemic.   The topics covered included; dealing with fear and stress, finding wellbeing in the face of loss and trauma, keeping the kids sane during lockdown and helping them to cope with the stress of leaving school suddenly.

Debbie Fisher delivered two thought-provoking presentations during the event  – A Relationships Workshop and “Helping our children navigate this new reality”  She says  “Schools may have closed down, but we are now in the school of life and life is teaching us where our wellbeing actually resides,” “This is a wonderful learning opportunity for all of us.”  The pandemic provides the opportunity to learn about our own innate resilience.  She will share some of the key points and findings and respond to any questions that the audience will have. 


Eibhlin Johnston, Author, Speaker and Transformational Coach, established The Resiliency Hub (www.theresiliencyhub.com)

Eibhlin Johnston, Author, Speaker and Transformational Coach, established The Resiliency Hub (www.theresiliencyhub.com) to disrupt the way we think, coach and work.  She has over 15 years’ coaching experience.  The Resiliency Hub combines the resilience coaching and training delivered by Odd Socks, and the iHeart Resiliency Training for young people and their parents.  Eibhlin has over 30 years’ experience in financial services, working in some of the worlds’ Leading global organisations.  She understands the executive mind and the importance of resilience and mental wellbeing.  Her first book, Gut Throat Leadership was published in September 2019. The book is an exploration of leadership and the way we think and lead.   In her talks, Eibhlin speaks openly about her career as a working mother, difficult relationships and her journey towards resiliency and her decision to set up her own business.   Eibhlin is a qualified Heart Trainer (Resiliency training for young people).  She is a member of EMCC, holds a Diploma in Executive Coaching from Kingston College (2006), is a Master Practitioner in NLP and a Member of the Michael Neil Supercoach Cafe.


Debbie Fisher, Trainer & Senior Facilitator, IHEART

Debbie entered the teaching profession as a modern languages teacher in secondary schools before specialising in language learning difficulties.  Debbie has been involved in the development and delivery of the IHEART curriculum from the outset. A founding trustee of IHEART, Debbie is hugely passionate about making the programme available to any school or institution interested in developing the resilience and wellbeing of their staff and students.

IHEART – Innate Health Education and Resilience Training – is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping young people uncover their innate resilience and mental wellbeing.  IHEART goes to the source of the misunderstanding that often prevents our children from recognising their in-built wellbeing.  Their results are transformative – and sustainable – offering the missing piece in the mental health and wellbeing puzzle that society wishes to solve.  IHEART has developed an innovative and dynamic preventative educational programme that has been tailor-made for working with young people and their parents,  and teachers in schools.

This webinar is Free of Charge!

Please book online to secure your place!

We will share webinar log in details 24 hours before the session.

Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.

For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie