Evaluation of the impact on their schools
"The greatest proportional increase was staff suppported behaviours, with an increase of 53% compared to 13% for the other 3 domains"
INDEPENDENT EVALUATION TEAM, ANNA FREUD NATIONAL CENTRE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, OCTOBER 2018
The concept of Mental Security builds upon the work of Aaron Antonovsky – sociologist and academic – whose work primarily focused on the relationship between stress, health and well-being.
Antonovsky coined the term “salutogenesis” (the beginning of good health) as a result of his studies into the management of stress and well-being, focusing on how personal character can define their individual resilience to stress. and Victor has taken the key concepts of his theory and built on it. (3Ms)
Victor looks at how this focus, when combined with our basic psychological needs, (BASE) can help us understand how the brain monitors stressors and reacts to event. Thus resulting in a better understanding of the brain’s reactive processes and how we can use this to improve our coping methods in day to day life, as well as increasing our emotional intelligence and health.
Vital components for any business, school, family and social and emotional interaction.
THE FOUR ASPECTS OF THE BASE
The right 'BASE' needs to be created in every Home, Business, Department, School and in every Classroom to enable everyone to live, learn, produce and grow in a positive emotional and social environment.
The BASE involves first developing a sense of Belonging for every individual, so they feel cared for, valued and safe. Then providing them with opportunities for Autonomy in their daily lives that help them to make positive decisions, as well as encouraging them to demonstrate Social and Emotional Competence which raises their Self Esteem.
“The understanding about your own emotional and social upbringing along with significant stages of your brain maturation, linked to my 7 step programme.
Will help support the development of qualities such as confidence, resilience,
self-respect and self-control. ”