by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Apr 2, 2020
Yesterday, I was very moved to hear that María Gisella Gámez, Director of Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Argentina, is teaching our emotional safety skills in Spanish to help very stressed staff in nursing homes cope with their upset patients and families. Please join us and tell your friends, family and colleagues about our new Fullpower Emotional […]
by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Mar 27, 2020
The tremendous response we have had to our Fullpower Webinar Series shows how the emotional safety, boundary-setting, advocacy, and conflict resolution skills we teach are more needed than ever in these challenging times. We hope that this recording of our Emotional Safety Webinar will be helpful to you. Future recordings will be of better quality […]
by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Dec 29, 2019
Countless people struggle with feeling bad about their appearance — and endure cruel comments from others. Thanks to generous donations from people like you, we are able to teach emotional safety skills to help.
by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Nov 19, 2015
7 actions you can take to address fears about school shootings and lockdown drills in ways that create emotional safety for children. Addressing questions like: What is the best way to protect our kids from school shootings? How can we keep them emotionally safe in the face of news about kids getting killed at school and about bomb and shooting threats at schools? How can we explain to them about lockdown drills?
by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Oct 30, 2015
At Kidpower, we teach that Heart Power can be used to take kindness into your heart, protect your heart from harmful messages, and use your heart to connect with and be compassionate towards others. Here’s how Heart Power helped my elderly mother to heal her emotional heart and united our family and friends to overcome many obstacles to bring her home.