The Successful Mind in Study, Work and Life - Tertiary/University

The Successful Mind in Study, Work and Life is a 10-session program designed for tertiary-level students to prepare them for university life, to cope with stress, engage successfully with their chosen course of study and to be prepared for the world of work. Based on the latest research and best practice from the fields of social-emotional learning, positive psychology and cognitive-behaviour, rational-emotive therapies, this program includes the following sessions:

  1. Growth Mindset
  2. Character Strength
  3. Goal Setting
  4. Resilience
  5. Mindfulness
  6. Self-Acceptance
  7. Optimism
  8. GRIT
  9. Time Management
  10. Relationships

In its’ present form, this program is designed to be presented by a mentor to one student or a small group of students (mentees).

The program assists mentors to help mentees become more aware of and develop their psychological strengths.

Mentors incorporate within their traditional role of listener, supporter and problem solver three areas in which they can influence their mentees:

  • Helping mentees become aware of the 10 elements of a successful mind. 
  • Providing mentees with an understanding of their own development of these elements at this stage of their lives. 
  •  Assisting them to develop elements of the successful mind they have selected by applying them to their study and daily encounters at university and as they prepare to engage with work experiences.

Each mentee requires a copy of the 145 page Student Guide to The Successful Mind at Study Work and Life (author: Michael Bernard).

The Student Guide has been written using non-technical psychological language which is easy enough for mentees to understand. Rather than mentees who are non-teachers nor counsellors having to explain psychological content to mentees in their own words, the idea is for both mentor and mentees to review the ideas on the pages of the Student Guide, for the mentor to ask questions, seek comment and for mentees to complete one or more activity sheets that appear in each section of their Student Guide that will help them understand and use the elements of the successful mind.

The online, digital, Mentor’s Guide contains all information mentors need to present the program to mentees.

AuthorsMichael E. Bernard
Target AudienceTertiary/University students
Contents10-session Mentor's Guide (online, digital)
Price$950 ANNUAL LICENSE to Mentor's Guide for one mentor. 
Student Guides, $29.95 each, to be purchased separately.
Cost for more than one mentor please contact YCDI! Education.
 To purchase Please Contact You Can Do It! Education for more information and to purchase
Toll Free 1800 155 603

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