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Re-Wilders
Mental Health & Well-Being

Nurturing Minds, Building Brighter Futures: Empowering Children, Youth, and Families for a Healthier, Happier Generation.

How do you think your child's life would change if we focused more on their feelings, happiness, and understanding of emotions rather than just how well they do in school?

 

Picture a world where children are equipped with invaluable skills to overcome challenges from an early age.

 

What impact would this have on our society?

Re-Wilders CIC is a Community Interest Company that has a focus on mental health and wellbeing for the whole family. We deliver 1 to 1 mentoring, well-being activity camps, clubs and interventions for parents, children, and schools within Leicestershire.

We use a variety of evidence-based approaches to help children develop their emotional intelligence and self-regulation skills.

At Re-Wilders, we understand that every child is unique and has different needs when it comes to mental health and well-being. Our fully trained and attuned staff are skilled at finding an approach that is holistic and fits the needs of each child.

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Mental Health In Numbers

Around 50%

In the last three years, the likelihood of young people having a mental health problem has increased by 50%.

 The Children's Society

Our Sessions

  • Empower your 11-14 year old with essential life skills for emotional w...


    Wed

    1 hr 30 min

    5 British pounds

Parent

"Thank you for putting this together, my daughter really enjoyed attending. It was a great space away from the pressure of school and knowing it’s ok not to be ok and ask for help. "

Parent

"I just wanted to take the time to say how good we are finding this group . She really enjoys coming and seem at ease with you all. She’s already putting some of the techniques to practice and talking about her emotions a little more." 

Parent

"She doesn't really shout at me much anymore, she takes herself away and looks at her toolbox for a better way to calm down"
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