Proven Research. Positive Results…
More than 10 years of proven research and positive results back SEL for Prevention’s programs. Our strength-based approach for Social and Emotional Learning curricula spans age and developmental levels.
Students require access to curricula that is innovative, engaging, and entertaining, while also research-based. SEL for Prevention offers exactly such curricula. It is designed to provide students, teachers, and families with immediate benefits, as well as tools and strategies that will provide life-long benefits.
SEL for Prevention Programs
The eight key concepts, strategies, and skill-sets provided by SEL for Prevention programs prepare students, ages 5-14, for a more successful future. The programs also give them the necessary tools to adapt to the pressures brought about by social, emotional, and academic stress.
Camp MakeBelieve Kids (CMB Kids)
Ages 5 -10
We developed the Camp MakeBelieve Kids (CMB Kids) 8-Step SEL program in 2008. It uses an interlocking system of educational tools and an innovative blend of imaginative storytelling, art, drama, activities and music. The program creates an organic learning experience for elementary school and upper elementary school students.
SEL for Prevention Middle School – Strategies & Tools to Embrace Prevention w/Upstream Programs
Using the Camp MakeBelieve Kids 8-Step foundational concepts, the SEL for Prevention Middle School Social & Emotional Learning Program was tailored to meet the developmental needs of middle-school students.
The Collaborative for Academic, Social & Emotional Learning
The Collaborative for Academic, Social & Emotional Learning (CASEL) lists SEL for Prevention Middle School as a “Complementary SEL Program” that is comprehensive in scope and taught as a stand-alone course or integrated into the core curriculum. Learn More.
SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices
SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs & Practices (NREPP) lists SEL for Prevention as an “Effective SEL program that improves self-regulation and social competence”—essential protective factors related to positive mental health. Learn More.