RISE UP! A Self-esteem Camp For Kids And Teens (Part 2: Challenging Our Insecurities)
PART 2 : CHALLENGING OUR INSECURITIES
Once it is understood that negative thoughts and irrational beliefs can be rooted from external sources, insecurities can be challenged by cultivating self-love. In Part 2, our children and teens will learn how to
- Discover their positive qualities
- Practice self-care
- Confidently present themselves
- Compassionately present others
- Group theraphy
- Therapeutic art
- Affirmative writing
- Breathing techniques for confidence
- Script to network/ make new friends
Illya Sumanto (Primary-level)
Teacher Illya is the founder of Empathy For Youth Academy and internationally recognized educator who specializes in emotional literacy.
She has facilitated and produced projects with youth in Asia, Europe, and Africa. In 2018, she received an award from University Malaya’s Education Faculty upon graduating her Master’s degree for her role in championing Spoken Word in education. Currently based in China, is publishing her book, How to Teach Taboo Topics to Children through Spoken Word Poetry.
Azzad Mahdzir (Secondary-level)
Teacher Azzad is a multi-disciplinary artist, educator and meditation advocate. He is also a theatre all-rounder, director, copywriter, performer and a self-taught graphic and visual designer. He taught in a high school in India and West Malaysia and became a lecturer in colleges in East Malaysia between 2005 and 2010. Based in Kuala Lumpur, he is currently exploring healing work for marginalised bodies and art therapy, while building a practical toolbox to live in times of crises through his project, Sakti Bakti.