The evidence is omnipresent and overwhelming that children are not well.

Consider the results of a recent survey by The School Superintendents Association (AASA), which found that the two most important issues are student mental health and student apathy. In addition, a recent New York Times article stated. “Most American teenagers—across demographic groups—see depression and anxiety as major problems among their peers,” based on a new survey by the Pew Research Center. The survey found that 70 percent of teenagers saw mental health as a big issue.

Clearly, we can agree that there are wellbeing problems...

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  • About the Author:

    Dr. Henry G. Brzycki & Elaine J. Brzycki are founders of a leading education research and professional development organization. Their groundbreaking integrated SEL model described in their best-selling book, Mental Health for All Toolkit, has been described as “a revolution.” They can be reached at Henry@Brzyckigroup.com.