Exam stress. Performance anxiety. Negative self-talk. There are many issues that can prevent students from engaging proactively and effectively in their studies. This can result in damaged confidence, difficulty focussing and even disengaging from their studies altogether.Contact us →
At Juno, we understand the pressures that children are under and work proactively and reactively with them. With a focus on cognition and emotions, we help our students challenge their negative beliefs and help them regulate their emotions - all the more important if they are having a difficult time adjusting to a new school. Our well-being support service offers the skills and strategies children need to boost their confidence, help them reach their academic potential and enjoy their lives to the full.
We cover skills and activities drawn from research-based leading schools of thought. These include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and compassion-focused therapy (CFT). These therapies explore the links between cognitive patterns and emotion regulation and help with understanding and managing thoughts and behaviour.
Our highly qualified team of mental health consultants and coaches are trained in the most up-to-date techniques and strategies based on current research, and are expert at helping children develop coping mechanisms, confidence, and self-awareness.Read More +
Our qualified specialists use CBT modelling to help identify how our students respond emotionally to work stress and improve their emotional literacy and understanding. This ensures they become better equipped to cope with all areas of school and university life.
Accepting difficult emotions and building self-care routines are important components to improving mood and motivation. We ensure our students become better equipped at doing this.
We want our students to be confident individuals, entering the academic and social experience of school with healthy self-esteem and this is precisely what we help them do. Our team helps our students to acknowledge positive attributes about themselves and encourage them to celebrate each small success in the process.
Social skills and healthy interpersonal communication are at the core of a happy education. We have modules that help build awareness of how situations influence our behaviour and help our students find perspective in challenging situations. This helps them approach social life with a sense of their values and an idea of how they want to act towards other students.
Yes, our programme was developed with the difficulties boarders experience in-mind. In particular, we will ensure our students are able to integrate with their peers more actively and are better able to navigate the difficult early weeks confidently.How do I know if my child needs well-being support? +
You may feel that your child would benefit from well-being support if they find that exam-anxiety holds them back in their studies. Alternatively, our educational consultants, tutors and mentors will advise you if they feel your child would benefit from well-being support.When can I use the well-being and support service?+
You can use our well-being and support service at any point, either in conjunction with one or more of our other services, or as a standalone service if your child needs more of a focus and is struggling in one or more areas.Can you support the mental health of my child? +
That depends on the issue. Our service is a confidence and awareness building programme designed
with wellness and mental-health during a high-pressured education in mind.
However, we know our limits as well as we know our students. If we see a student struggling or a family comes to us with a child whose emotional difficulties run deeper than what occurs in the classroom, we have excellent support partners, counsellors and psychotherapy providers that we can refer our families to with their consent, ensuring that we never leave a student struggling in silence.