Want your child or teen to thrive no matter what?
The Resilient Child Summit will teach you and your kids to "make friends" with stress.
This summit is for you if you want to help your child or teen:
- Learn how to ‘make friends’ with stress
- Be proactive about mental and emotional resilience
- Bounce back from anxiety & depression
- Tame the inner critic; self-doubt, fear, negative thinking and "what iffing"
- Learn superpower skills like GRIT and Mindset
- Transform difficult emotions
- Use the science of self-awareness & self-regulation
- Increase self-esteem and self-efficacy
- Harness their innate focus and motivation
- Enhance communication & connection
- Increase life satisfaction and happiness
- Cultivate empathy & self-compassion
- Unlock the neuroscience of mindfulness
- Build emotional intelligence
- Find balance in the digital age
- Inspire healthy body image
Imagine having access to world leaders in resilience learning.
We have selected only the most knowledgeable, respected experts, authors, and teachers to share the latest tools & strategies as well as their own personal stories. They’ll show you how to truly empower your child or teen... and yourself.
And because we know that laughter is great medicine, we’ve also brought in a few of our comedian friends like Howie Mandel and Michael Pritchard who are just as passionate about this topic as we are!
Meet Your Experts
Laura Markham, PhD
Parenting peacefully by connecting with your kids
Finding strength in anxiety
Robin Berman, MD
Stepping back from over-parenting to reveal your child’s innate coping skills
Piloting your journey through mental health challenges by speaking up, not shutting down
Tamar Chansky, PhD
Freeing your child from anxiety by putting them in charge of their minds
Making peace with panic and anxiety
Shefali Tsabary, PhD
Transforming ourselves to empower our children and awaken true connection
Elisha Goldstein, PhD
Mindfulness for kids, teens and their parents
Kristin Neff, PhD
Learning self-compassion, the myth of “Perfect Parenting,” and inspiring self-compassion in our kids
Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, MAPP
Getting your kids to move their bodies will power optimism in their minds
Michelle Gielan, MAPP
Clearing your child’s path to positivity
Kim West, LCSW-C
Helping your child to put themselves to sleep and stay there until morning
Caren Baruch-Feldman, PhD
Teaching kids to be GRITTY
Erin Parks, PhD
Understanding the truth about eating disorders and how to help your child
Andrea Wachter, LMFT
Building body image resilience
Sheila Kilbane, MD
How changing your child’s diet can heal their bodies AND minds
Kanchan Koya, PhD
Transforming your child’s mood with food using the secret of spices
Heather Chauvin, BSW
Being fully present for your child by living an emotional, self-nurturing life
Suzi Lula, MA, ALSP
Parenting resilience in just five minutes
Inspiring emotional intelligence, creativity and belonging in your kids
Parenting positively when your own worry is in the way
Michael Solomon, PhD
Building emotional resilience through role-play and drama
Strength for YOU.
Strength for your CHILD.
Our passion and mission is to provide you and your child with easily-learned, tangible resilience skills rooted in science and wisdom. These surprisingly simple, revolutionary tools can immediately be put into practice to improve your child’s well-being and emotional agility as well as your own!
This isn’t just the same old information being taught in the same old way; we are unique in our approach, making learning entertaining as well as effective: Our programs have already changed hundreds of thousands of lives and are used by families, schools and professionals all over the world.
In a sea of information and "expert advice," this is your life-raft.
From our award-winning animations to our creative and original perspective, we have curated an exceptional experience, allowing you to step beyond information straight into practical implementation – beyond info, straight to how-to.
Why Resilience is one of the most important life skills you can teach your child...
If you ask a parent what they want for their child in the future, they often respond with "health and happiness." Yet, when it comes to health, our focus remains on physical health. We teach them the values of good eating and exercise. We take precautionary measures with doctor and dental visits. We invest in physical health, and we leave their mental and emotional health up to hope.
Mental health disorders affect more people than cancer, aids, and diabetes combined. Depression is now the single greatest burden of disease worldwide; comorbid with depression is anxiety. 80% of people who receive treatment for depression and anxiety respond to that treatment. Unfortunately, most adults never receive treatment. And the same goes for our children.
Here is the hope: Research shows that teaching skills of resilience before a mental health condition arises can actually *prevent* it from taking full form. In other words, we can teach our kids skills to give them the health and happiness we hold sacred.
Our Resilient Child Summit builds on what Resilience science has revealed; we can teach resilience to our children. Just like watering seeds, our specially selected, do-able tools and practices can help us cultivate resilience in our children, tipping the scale of our children’s lives towards increased well-being and happiness.
I hope you join us as we unpack the exciting essential ingredients of resilience!
- Renee Jain, Founder of GoZen!
Internationally Renowned Happiness and Resilience Expert
Meet your host: Renee Jain, MAPP
Renee Jain is one of the nation’s most respected childhood happiness and resilience experts, and the founder of GoZen! and GoAwesome! She uses her many talents, specialized education, and business acumen in pursuit of her life’s mission: To provide whole-brain education to all children, regardless of where they live or of their families’ socioeconomic background.
Renee earned her Master’s degree in Positive Psychology – the scientific study of optimal human functioning – from the University of Pennsylvania. She is one of fewer than 400 people to attain that degree. She also has been mentored by – and regularly collaborates with – some of the top depression prevention experts in the world.