00. Accepting Myself. How to Help Young People Feel Worthwhile No Matter What (ages 9 -16+)


Annual Digital Subscription (GST inclusive)
A three-part student-directed online self-acceptance eLearning program that takes 30 to 60 minutes for students to complete.

Accepting Myself is a fun, innovative social and emotional student intervention program set in outer space. Students select one of two avatars to guide them through a universe with interactive and fun activities that help to personalise and teach the ABCs of self-acceptance. This interactive program is not a game but an engaging student-directed eLearning program to help young people learn self-acceptance and feel worthwhile no matter what.

Includes access for all students aged 9-16+ at your school.

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Dr Michael E. Bernard

Target Audience

Young people aged 9 – 16+


"The more I think, the more I agree, self-acceptance is a vital key to wellbeing and resilience.."

When young people do not feel worthwhile or have self-acceptance, they are often likely:

  1. To experience mental health problems (anxiety, depression) and,
  2. Not be sufficiently engaged with learning and relationships to fulfil their potential and flourish.

Unfortunately, many young people have a well-developed tendency to take things personally – so much so that they lose sight of their positive features.

This innovative social and emotional student intervention eLearning program incorporates the latest online, interactive instructional technology developments. It engages students in learning and personalising a psychological superpower to feel worthwhile no matter what!

Marz and Nova, the guides for the accepting myself student eLearning program

Program details

Student-Directed eLearning Program (ages 9-16+)
A 3-part, online eLearning program takes 30 to 60 minutes which students can complete in school or at home:

Part 1. ACCEPTING MYSELF. The Journey,

Part 2. YOU-TOPIA. Be Yourself,

Part 3. YOUR UNIVERSE. Take Command.

Throughout each of the three parts, students engage with interactive, engaging activities that help to personalise and learn a psychological superpower to feel worthwhile no matter what!

Student Toolkit
Containing activities and resources they can use to extend their learning from the program and to continue to strengthen their self-acceptance including: Memory Refresher, See Your Positives, Be Proud, Accepting Myself Survey, The Catastrophe Scale and Four-Week Action Plan. Students can download once they have completed the program.
Leader's Guide
Provides a background to the program including key ideas presented, additional strategies to help strengthen students’ self-acceptance and a 3-Part Program Review and Extension Activities.
The Strength of Self-Acceptance
A 30 minute professional development eLearning course for leaders to complete before introducing students to the Accepting Myself Program.
Downloadable Parent Guide
This downloadable guide presents parents with the information they need to appreciate the importance of self-acceptance, key ideas taught in the eLearning program and what they can say and do to support their child’s self-acceptance at home.


As a result of participating in the program, students will develop a capacity to change self-criticism (taking things personally) to self-acceptance.

Additional positive outcomes include improved: self-awareness, self-management, self-worth, independence, confidence and resilience.

Mental Health Practitioners and Specialty Education Organisations interested in purchasing this program please contact us.

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