This is Emotional wellness from an African centred perspective. Over 4 weeks we will explore strategies to further improve your emotional wellbeing. The course aims to be fun with interaction between students virtually in LIVE CLASSES and the course ‘Community’ Discussion forum in the school. Sit back and hold tight for Workbooks, Meditations LIVE and recorded Classes and an African Psychology Mini-lecture. If you are time poor but want to be content rich, this is the course for you.
Get The Course Workbook
‘Post Pandemic Planning: Being, Belonging & Becoming’ A4 workbook is an African centred emotional wellness tool to help apply the best of African thought, culture and practices to you.
A professionally designed and printed wire bound 74 page full colour workbook.
This is for writing on in pen or pencil for the busy professional, busy parent or technophobe who prefers the physical product rather than multiple digital downloads.
If you need convenience, or want to reduce screen time, this is the product for you.
Originally designed to accompany the online African Centred short course ‘Post Pandemic Planning: Being, Belonging & Becoming’, it also stands alone as a 21st Century African centred personal development tool. Please note, other cultural approaches are referred to, as the best from various cultures is applied to the development of personhood of individuals of African ancestry. All are welcome.
Shipped from the U.K. around the world.
African Centered Resources for Familes
‘While Sheltering in Place’- This is a free workbook developed by Dr Wade Nobles (ex-president of the Association of Black Psychologists, ABPsi) for use with families. This can also be used by individuals.
Testimonials From Previous Course Attendees
‘I liked the reflection activity – the Adinkra cards and the soulful quotes’
‘The delegate pack was very useful and helped with keeping on track and giving room for reflections/ notes.’
‘I liked the interaction, exercises – putting things into practice, learning the Adinkra cards’
‘It was informative, fun, contemplative, instructional, held in a nice venue, liked the facilitator’s enthusiasm’
‘Extremely educative and stimulating to listen to and learn from. Inspiration’.
‘I liked the structure, how it started with the African history and then went through different practices. Also how it resonates with other Eurocentric practices’
‘The event seemed very well organised, and depending on subject matter, would attend again’