Resiliency skills education is the foundation
Students with resiliency skills are happier, healthier and more engaged in their social and academic lives. It is becoming more and more important for school counselors to provide social and emotional support to students in addition to academic and career counseling.
Teen Wellness equips on-campus school counselors with ready-to-use and proven education modules to teach resiliency skills to students and develop a healthy and high-performing student body.
Main Program Content
Teen Wellness is written at a reading level that should be easy for most high school students and many middle school students to understand.
You can pick any chapter in any order from our 13-chapter program based on what your students need. Each chapter is comprised of two lesson pages, two exercise pages, and one wrap up page.
|Chapter 1: Setting Goals|
|Chapter 2: Lifting Mood|
|Chapter 3: Avoidance Patterns|
|Chapter 4: Changing Behaviors|
|Chapter 5: Coping Skills|
|Chapter 6: Optimism|
|Chapter 7: Self-Confidence|
|Chapter 8: Solving Problems|
|Chapter 9: Social Support|
|Chapter 10: Communication|
|Chapter 11: Managing Conflicts|
|Chapter 12: New Situation|
|Chapter 13: Resiliency|
|Learning Steps in Each Chapter|
|Video of teens sharing their challenges|
|Video and reading material that outline life skills|
|Exercises that help students try new skills|
|Exercises to teach further tips|
|An inspirational video message from teens|
Recommended use case
The best strategy is to enroll all of 8th or 9th grade students and use Teen Wellness as part of classroom curriculums. You may keep Teen Wellness accounts accessible until they graduate from high school, because we won't expire student accounts once they are created.
Easy-to-use features for school counselors
Action Dashboard lists all the students whom you enrolled and their progress status.
Students go through initial assessment when they are enrolled. You can decide which chapter is more important for them based on the results.
Interactive Chapter Exercise
You can review chapter exercises submitted from students and then provide feedback back to them.
You can query activity statistics of students who complete the program to create a report for your administrators.
Teen Wellness was developed by Mevident, Inc., a company that provides wellness services to schools and employers. Mevident is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Our Resilient Team
WHO THEORIZES IT
Ben , Technical Advisor
Dr. Van Voorhees is Chief, Section of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at University of Illinois, Chicago. He received Doctor of Medicine from Vanderbilt University and Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins. He is the principal investigator of Project CATCH-IT (Competent Adulthood Transition with Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal Training) supported by Centers for Disease Control, NARSAD and RWJ Foundations and National Institute of Mental Health.
WHO PROVES IT
Monika , Advisor
Monika Marko-Holguin is Research Specialist, Developmental Psychology at University of Illinois Chicago. She received Master in Developmental Psychology at University of Chicago and Bachelor in Psychology & Statistics at DePaul University. She has been managing the study implementation of Project CATCH-IT (Competent Adulthood Transition with Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal Training) at both University of Chicago and University of Illinois Chicago.
WHO DRIVES IT
WHO ARCHITECTS IT
WHO MAKES IT
WHO SELLS IT
WHO DESIGNS IT
One subscription plan allows you to create 20 new student accounts on Teen Wellness. Each account will be assigned to one unique student. There is no expiration date. When the district/school uses up the subscription plans, student registration function will be disabled until a new subscription plan is purchased.
One subscription plan is $100 ($5 per student) and we offer volume discount. Contact Andrew Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 790-1070 for quotes. Or send a purchase order to: