Worth-it is the UK’s leading provider of Positive Education. Preventing mental health problems and supporting children and young people to flourish.
Worth-it is a social enterprise dedicated to creating real change and preventing mental health problems developing.
We know this is a big aim and what started out as direct work with children and young people has now grown to encompass training and workforce development, and whole school and community approaches to developing resilience and wellbeing.
Worth-it was founded in 2011 with the aim to apply evidence based approaches of coaching psychology and positive psychology to create real change and prevent mental health problems. Developing an innovative approach to early intervention and prevention.
We are at the forefront of contributing to the integrated evidence base of Coaching, Positive Psychology and Positive Education in the UK.
We are passionate about creating sustainable social impact. Since 2011 we have been establishing our track record as a pioneering provider of wellbeing interventions for children and young people.
The positive impact of our approach is clear and something we are very proud of. Through working directly with young people, providing targeted support we have reduced mental health problems. Due to this success, we developed our approach into professional development and training opportunities for the children’s workforce and whole school approaches to mental health.
Demonstrating a clear track record of how our way of working benefits children and young people has led to being funded and commissioned by a range of organisations. These include Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, CCG’s, Schools and Multi Academy Trusts. We won the Big Venture Challenge in 2014, award for Social Enterprise and have been awarded grant funding from Children in Need and Big Lottery to name a few.
We want the impact of our work to continue to grow, benefiting as many children and young people as possible gain skills that improve resilience and wellbeing.
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