We have come up with a simple way to remember five signs of suicidal ideation using the acronym “FACTS.” Download this tip sheet to learn more about these signs.
In this episode, Chris Leonard, Thrive’s Chief Learning Officer, spoke with Alina Liao, the founder and CEO of Zenit, a ”radical wellness” company whose philosophy is that everything we do must advance the wellness of all our stakeholders. Highlights include: How journaling can be an extremely powerful mental health tool Leaning into tradeoffs and why […]
In this webinar, learn how to recognize problematic anxiety and depression in school-aged children K-12 as well as strategies and tools to help. Highlights include: • The difference between feeling anxious or depressed and having a disorder • How anxiety and depression impact critical learning capacities • How to identify when a student needs […]
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought grief to the forefront, because nearly all of us are grieving right now. Many of us have loved ones who have died. Others have lost jobs, missed out on graduation ceremonies, or lost the daily social interaction that sustains us. What we’ve all experienced is the undeniable feeling that the […]
Experts are predicting a wave of mental health issues as a direct outcome of the trauma and uncertainty associated with COVID-19. In this presentation, we explore how educators and parents can proactively address trauma, in themselves and their children, to minimize the long-term fallout from the pandemic crisis.
With everything in our lives changing so suddenly due to the pandemic, it can be difficult to tell if a change in a child’s behavior is a problem that requires intervention. Is it a cry for help? Or just a temporary reaction that will resolve on its own with time? This presentation shares advice from mental health experts.