Bounce – The Seven Pillars of the Resilient Child

Dr. Lund offers an online course called Bounce: The Seven Pillars of the Resilient Child. This is a course for parents on how to help their children build resilience and thrive in school, sports and life. The course includes ten comprehensive video modules focused on the seven pillars of the resilient child.

 
What are the seven pillars of the resilient child?

Tolerating Frustration and Managing Emotion

Navigating Friendships and Social Pressure

Sustaining Focus and Attention

Developing Courage

Building Motivation

Finding Confidence

Creating Optimism

 

Who is this course for?

The course is for parents of elementary-age children (grades 1-5 — ages 7-11).

All of the pillars of the resilient child outlined in the course are applicable across the lifespan making it possible for parents to work through the course along with their children and revisit and revise learning over time.

 

What you’ll learn…

When you invest in my course, you will learn practical steps to help your child gain the skills to navigate through and beyond the challenges they will inevitably face, and you will get the tools you need as a parent to help the child you care so much about.

 

What’s included in this course?

You will receive video lessons within ten modules of comprehensive content related to the seven pillars of the resilient child, along with a bonus module. You will also receive a comprehensive workbook as part of the course which will help you to personalize the content in a way which fits your child’s situation and needs and makes sense to you.

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“Aristotle believed that the seat of human thought and consciousness was not in the brain but in the heart. Personally, I have a deep belief that there is a lot of truth in that statement! Dr. Kate Lund has brought a measurable and simple way to help our team identify and understand this process. We believe when elite athletes find a way to connect personal emotions and feelings to the processes in the mind associated with elite level performance special things can happen.”

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“Hiring Dr. Kate Lund to work with my college golf team has been invaluable for our program. She is an incredible coach and listener. Her energy and enthusiasm are contagious. We have worked hard to build a championship culture at GHC and bringing Dr. Kate onboard has been a real game changer for us. The GHC Men’s Golf Team won their first team event in almost fifty years and we had two players win individually. She has helped the team through the mental blocks and barriers to reach their success in golf and life. Her techniques were perfect for our players to learn to have more resilience in competition; especially coping with tournament jitters. They have gained a more focused mind, rather than riding the wave of emotions and nerves. If you currently have a good program, Dr. Kate can take you to be a great program! Dr. Kate has my highest recommendation.”

Ann Swanson

“We loved it when Kate came and introduced my second graders to HeartMath. Over a 6-week period, she taught them about the connection between our hearts and our minds. She gave the students strategies and tools to self-regulate, cultivate social-emotional skills, and develop resilience. The students looked forward to her visits each week. The most rewarding aspect was when I heard kids continue to talk about and practice some of those strategies throughout the rest of the school year.”

Sandy Figel

“Dr. Kate Lund came into my classroom and introduced my students to the ways in which they can find inner peace and reduce anxiety in any situation. As anxiety is on the rise in our lives and children are becoming anxious at young ages, this was such a beneficial program to help students deal with their feelings and get in control of their breathing. HeartMath was a valuable resource for students to use as they tackled school work, extracurricular activities, and peer pressure. As a teacher, I was very thankful and appreciative of Kate taking the time to show me all of the resources that I could use and share with my students as well as guiding us through the lessons. The more that we begin teaching our children to be in better control of themselves, the better choices that they will make in their future.”

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