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Resilience course for students


It is very important to increase resilience for students who will open up their dreams for the future. Through training, we support you so that you can find your strengths, connect with various people, overcome difficulties, and lead a better life. Voice of participants

A special lecture was held at Shimane Prefectural University. (October 2021)

We gave an on-demand lecture at the Department of Nursing and Nutrition under the theme of how to train resilience-a personality that is resistant to adversity. 281 students and faculty members took the course, and 99% answered that they understood, were interested in it, were satisfied with it, and could make use of it in the future. University publication site

Do you have any problems with students like this?
  • Students are not energetic before deciding on a career path or getting a job.

  • I am vaguely anxious about the future. unconfident.

  • I'm a serious and good student, but I don't know if I have any ideas.

  • Easy to get depressed and have few friends.

  • I am good at using SNS, but I am not good at real face-to-face communication.

  • Rather than challenging my dreams, I choose a path that is as easy as possible without failing.

It may have low resilience.


Even if you are depressed, you can recover, and you can grow by taking advantage of your experience of failure.

It is necessary to acquire "resilience" that allows you to take positive actions toward your goals.

Resilience is not innate and can be gained by changing thinking and behavioral habits.

Training features

Part 1. Practice of active learning

All training consists of lectures and glue work. Not only listening to the lectures, but also experiencing the effects of the work and learning what you have learned makes you want to act.

Open lectures create opportunities for students of different ages to learn from each other. Experienced instructors who are familiar with pre-society students (high school students, vocational schools, university students) will be in charge. ​

Part 2. "Pre-emptive training" that is conscious of working people

We will make it easy to understand from the student's point of view the contents handled in the training for new employees and the training for the second year of working adults. In fact, I have experienced the barriers and worries that I have encountered in society even when I was a student. By starting resilience habits now, you can overcome future worries.

How to deal with stress and how to build relationships with different ages are especially important for the Yutori generation.

Part 3. Full follow-up

Motivational questionnaires before taking lectures and personal coaching after lectures provide extensive follow-up to create new habits. We provide support tailored to each student's individuality.

Training flow


The basic recommended program is "preparation-> group training-> coaching".

Single lectures and continuous lectures on Saturdays and long vacations are also possible. We will support the implementation of school events in a reasonable manner. We will also give lectures not only to students but also to parents. Please contact us for details.

Group training example
Theme: "Knowing and utilizing your strengths" (half a day)

Be aware of your strengths and learn how to utilize them. Learn how to use your strengths and the strengths of others to reach your goals. As a result, you will be able to build good relationships.

  • How to find your strengths

  • Good usage of strengths, bad usage

  • The idea of turning weaknesses into strengths

  • Notice the strength of the other party

  • Support the other person, get support from the other person

Theme: "Use your emotions" (half a day)

Learn how to accept and deal positively with negative emotions such as frustration, anxiety and sadness. Acquire a stress-resistant mental health and become more resistant to failure and adversity.

  • Mechanism of feeling stress, various stress reactions

  • Turn negative emotions into learning

  • Connecting "this feeling now" to "what you want to be next"

  • Be aware of the feelings of the other person and train your empathy


Participant's voice (high school student)
  • I thought I'd try my best again for the dream I was giving up. To be honest, I was surprised to learn that the weaknesses can be translated into the strengths. When I have negative feelings, I want to think positively as much as possible. I want to make use of it in the future.


  • I was worried about my career path, so I wanted to use the story in this seminar as a reference for my career path.

  • Participating in this seminar changed me. I'm glad I was able to experience something I can't usually do. I was able to turn my weaknesses into strengths, and I knew very well what my strengths were and what my weaknesses were.

  • After hearing about how stress works and how to deal with stress, I wanted to utilize it when stress builds up.


  • I think I'm a little good at "thinking about my strengths," which I wasn't good at.


  • Until now, I had received that I just didn't like stress, but I wanted to make full use of that stress and eliminate it in various ways.


  • I can't switch my feelings, so I'm glad I knew how to deal with stress. I learned more about myself by listening to today's story. I'm glad I knew how to deal with stress because I'm worried immediately.


  • It was a lot of fun to hear a lot of stories that I wouldn't normally experience in class. In particular, being able to turn weaknesses into strengths has been one of the positive factors for me. I was able to look back at myself.

  • It turns out that stress can be dealt with by exercising, relaxing, and looking back. Also, when I wrote down what I thought "Why I am!" And looked back, I regretted that "I should have done this here too" and realized that there was a coping method such as eliminating stress. Next time I feel stress, I want to try it.

  • I was able to put together my thoughts and organize my mind by putting them into words and writing them. I'm glad I was able to participate. I would like to apply what I heard this time to my future school life and life after getting a job.​

Voices of participants (university students)


  • "There is always a vocation in life." I think that the vocation can be a nurse. I will do my best (1 year of nursing)

  • I can't get hooked because it's not interesting. I give up soon so I can't find any meaning. I was thinking. However, this lecture completely overturned it (1 year of nursing).


  • Instead of feeling guilty about having negative emotions, I would like to accept them and change my mind by refreshing myself to be positive (health and nutrition 2 years).


  • Even though I had never met the instructor, I felt relieved and listened to the story, which made me feel calm, and it was a very memorable lecture (3 years of health and nutrition).

Media appearance

Cable TV along the Tokyu line  Appeared in Salon de Disaster Prevention 2014.7

Disaster prevention education for junior and senior high school students-Resilience of the mind- ← Click to jump to the interview article

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