$30.00 incl GST

Claire’s Pep Talks are for your teen if they-

*Could benefit hearing great information about one topic at a time

*Can’t get an appointment to see a professional right now

*Need a boost up in a particular area, like confidence or motivation

*Are having a bit of trouble in an area, like procrastination, stress or goals setting

Claire’s coaching practice is full to overflowing, so it’s her hope pep talks can deliver game-changing wellbeing tools, tips and tactics straight to teens’ ears, NOW, when they need it the most! (This is especially important if teens are unable to secure an appointment to see Claire in her coaching practice.)

Pep talks are perfect –

for on-the-go listening, so teens can learn at their own pace wherever they are

Teens can log in anytime, anywhere and as often as they need. No limits or expiry

Pep talks include

Stories, reflection questions,  facts and myths,
Examples, suggestions, How-to make a change tips,
Steps to follows, ideas, and a bit of science stuff about the brain,
WHY questions answered, reminders, and easy to follow strategies,
Mindset techniques and loads of easy listening chit chat that lands on teens’ ears,  in a way that they feel safe and happy to learn what they need.


Pep Talks details –

* Dive in to one topic in a way that makes sure teens will get what they need.

* Contain no fancy jargon, stats, data or hard-to-understand information.

* Are approximately 60 minutes, which is about the length of one coaching session in my office and   time flies by so quick!

* Have 3 separate audio parts (approx. 20 minutes each) – this exact length teens asked for when hundreds of teens were surveyed.

The author of this program does not dispense medical advice nor prescribe the use of any technique as a form of physical, mental, or medical problems without the advice pf a physician, whether directly or indirectly. The intent of the author is only to offer information of a general nature to help you in your quest for mental fitness and general wellbeing. In the event you use any of this information in this program for yourself, the author assumes no responsibility for your actions.

All rights reserved. No part of these audios may be shared or reproduced by any mechanical, photographic, or electronic process or in the form of a phonographic recording, nor may it be stored in a retrieval system, transmitted, or otherwise be copied for public or private use – other than for ‘fair use’ as briefs question embodied in articles and reviews without prior permission from Claire Eaton.

  1. Purchase your Pep Talk/s
  2. You will receive an email with information to access your account on claireeaton.com.au
    (Please double check your email address & record your login in details for later use)
  3. Log in to your account where your pep talks will be waiting for you
  4. Click on ‘My Pep Talks’ and listen online!
  5. Any troubles, please contact my tech team.

Notes –
Please don’t share your log in details beyond your family, as it will create a security issue when you try to login in next.
Pep Talks can’t be downloaded or shared.

“ So good, thank you for showing me how stress can mess with my head and stop me from feeling good” - Marcus 16

“I didn’t realise how the stress chemicals work and it's good to know that I can do things to change how I feel” - Amy 14

“I like the simple affirmations and how they help the brain settle down so it’s not so busy and stressed” - Jake 12

“Hoola hoop thinking is so easy for me to imagine and take control of. I will use this a lot because I can get dragged into stress without even realising it” - Jacinta 15

“It's helpful to have triggers explained in such a simple way, and I like the part about handling external triggers" - Poppy 16

“The THINK AGAIN technique you talked about is great, easy to follow and it works when I am getting stressed” - Dan 13

“It's good to be told and reminded that I am in charge of what I think” - Evie, 11

“I like learning about the 4 stress responses and which one I do more of, this will help me in school and in subjects I don’t find so easy” - Jacob 15

“The bit about giving up and taking a break has helped me to understand what I can do if I feel stressed and I make silly decisions” - Adam 14

"I have written the 6 questions down and have them in my room, so I can use them when I start to feel stressed. They are good for me” - Joe 13

#3  STRESS, OVERWHELM & PRESSURE  taming tools
3-Part Audio PEP TALKS filled with evidence-based tools and teen-tested wellbeing and mindset boosting tips, to support young people aged 12 -18 (but not limited to) feel better equipped to tackle life’s ups and downs more confidently.
TOTAL – 62 minutes

*#3 is complemented by Pep Talks #1, 4, 5 & 9

23 minutes

  1. Making it normal to talk about stress and why conversations matter
  2. Helping teens stress less, rather than trying to make stress vanish completely
  3. Get to know how stress is connected to the nervous system and why this matters so much to teens
  4. How adrenaline and cortisol play a big role when teens are feeling stressed
  5. Teens need to know about two main types of stress – helpful and unhelpful
  6. Know the physical warning signs that indicate stress is hanging around
  7. Three simple affirmations to help teens reset when stress strikes
  8. Teen-talk about moving and exercise and how it’s connected to stress chemicals
  9. Four great ways teens can reduce stressful feelings when they feel intense
  10. Hello Hoola Hoop thinking – a wonderful way to dial down stress

16 minutes

  1. Have you heard of stress triggers? Teens need to know they’re different for everyone
  2. Ways teens can understand external triggers
  3. Teen tools to handle triggers – these are really popular
  4. THINK AGAIN – 4 steps to help teens shift their thinking
  5. YOU HAVE THE POWER – teaching teens to think on purpose
  6. Why a teen’s next thoughts are so powerful

23 minutes

  1.  A stressed teen brain doesn’t think or behave in helpful ways
  2.  When the teen brain is stressed, and how it impacts big or permanent decisions
  3. Giving up and quitting. There are other options available to teens when they’re feeling stressed
  4. Helping teens get to know the 4 stress responses – flight, fight, flee and fawn
  5. Teens can practice getting comfortable with stress, and why that’s a game-changer for them
  6. How wind-down and wake-up breaks help teens manage their own stress
  7. Learn how activity and rest impacts a teen’s brain and body when it’s stressed out
  8. Six guiding questions to help teens be more balanced and less stressed
  9. Three simple stress soothers that are FREE and available 24/7