Sign up for a free safeTALK suicide prevention workshop this December

Sign up for a free safeTALK suicide prevention workshop this December 21 Nov 2017 | Filed under Health & Wellbeing,Life | Posted by admin Share You have probably done a first aid course before, right? Have you ever done a…..

Social and Emotional Learning is more important than ever!

Social and Emotional Learning is more important now than any other time in our nation’s history.  Waiting until high school to teach prevention or only providing essential services to small targeted groups is discounting the importance of SEL for the…..

A Yoga Community Embracing Prevention

  What is yoga? An ancient art based on the physical and mental activity that promotes balance, harmony and and strong mental health. As a practitioner of yoga for the past 10 years, I’ve participated in thousands of yoga classes……

Safe Talk Can Save Lives!

Safe Talk can save a lives.   The Center for Disease Control reports the fastest growing demographic of people dying by suicide are 10-14-year-old girls.  Could the way we communicate contribute to this trend? Are there things we can say…..

Positive Messaging

SEL for Prevention has created a unique opportunity for schools, teachers & counselors to get to know your students on a more personal level.  Understand that the more personal your relationship is with your students, the more you will be…..

Social Media Interaction & Its Influence on Academic Success

While in moderation, social media can become a great way for children to connect with one another. Healthy discussions and topics that children share with one other, such as school subjects, peer interactions, and parental relations, can be an integral…..

Educating Gifted Children Comes With Its Own Set of Challenges

Gifted children are often difficult to educate. At times, they are just as challenging to teach as those with learning disorders.

Build Protective Factors to Keep Children Safe

In 8 steps, our programs help children and adolescents gain resilience and become less likely to develop self-destructive or aggressive behaviors.