30 10/2023

Transforming Education: Campus Kaizen Enhances Student Support with ConcernCenter Partnership

By |2023-10-29T22:06:58+00:00October 30th, 2023|K-12/Charters, College/University, Social Media|0 Comments

Rochester, NY – October 30, 2023  Campus Kaizen, a leading provider of educational management solutions, is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with ConcernCenter, a prominent provider of student well-being and mental health directory services. This collaboration will empower Campus Kaizen, via its Guardian Case Management Software to offer ConcernCenter's innovative well-being platform to all of its clients, giving millions of students improved access to the support and resources available at schools and educational institutions. Campus Kaizen’s commitment to providing [...]

16 07/2023

How to Fix the Problem Before the Problem – Helping Your Organization Help Others

By |2023-07-16T02:01:46+00:00July 16th, 2023|Social Media, K-12/Charters, College/University|0 Comments

  This is what life looks like before someone seeks help. A teenage boy feels devastated by his parent’s divorce, but is trying to stay strong for his mom. A man in his early thirties lacks social connection so he throws himself into his work. A young mom gives birth to her first child, but doesn’t feel love and happiness, instead she feels resentment and depression. A college student is afraid to tell her parents that she’s gay so she [...]

3 02/2023

How Organizations are using ConcernCenter to Connect Users to Mental Health Services

By |2023-02-03T20:32:44+00:00February 3rd, 2023|K-12/Charters, College/University, COVID, Social Media|0 Comments

The topic of declining mental health, especially in teens and young adults, has earned national attention as of late. Between the loss, fear, isolation, and hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted racial disparities, the fear of mass violence, and a national hotline established for mental health emergencies, families across the United States have undoubtedly felt an increase in anxiety, stress, and depression. Data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that drug overdose deaths reached [...]

3 05/2021

7 Practical Strategies for Reducing your Stress

By |2021-05-05T19:44:22+00:00May 3rd, 2021|K-12/Charters, College/University, COVID|1 Comment

You’re stressed. I get it. Me too. And that means you want to scroll down to the 7 Practical Strategies for Reducing your Stress instead of reading all of the “blah, blah, blah” that comes before the part you really care about. But thankfully, I’m not a fan of the “blah, blah” either, so I’ll save you some scroll time. Here's the gist: Stress sucks. These strategies work for me. I hope they work for you too. Block your schedule. [...]

9 09/2020

A Note to You During National Suicide Prevention Week

By |2021-12-29T23:40:28+00:00September 9th, 2020|K-12/Charters, College/University|0 Comments

I was 24 years old, in a Master’s of Mental Health Counseling program, and facilitating one of my first group sessions. It was an interpersonal relationship process group- you know- one of the groups used to train newbie therapists how to be in the here-and-now and learn about their quirks through interactions with others in the group? Pretty low key. At least most of the time. I loved group facilitation and especially relished in the moments when I would say something (I thought was) profound; earning myself the respect and admiration of those who were participants. I felt admired by my colleagues, supported by my professors, and would do anything I could to continue the persona of master therapist; wise beyond my years.

24 03/2020

Connecting During COVID-19

By |2020-09-10T17:36:00+00:00March 24th, 2020|K-12/Charters, College/University, COVID|0 Comments

The need to recognize and support students of concern didn’t simply stop when Coronavirus affected our schools. In fact, for many, the number of student’s needing support increased while options for supporting them, decreased. Now that almost all of our country's institutions and districts have gone to some form of virtual instruction and remote ways of supporting students, Case Managers, School Psychologists, and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) leaders have taken on a new task—identifying creative ways to check in on [...]

27 08/2019

Some K-12 Districts are Ready to Identify Students of Concern, Others Are Not… Yet

By |2020-09-10T16:24:37+00:00August 27th, 2019|K-12/Charters|0 Comments

The date was April 16, 2007. I think it was a Monday. I know it was a day that changed the landscape of student support on college campuses, forever. On this day an undergraduate student opened fire, shot, and killed 32 people and wounded 17 others on the campus of Virginia Tech. The nation was stunned. If this could happen on a college campus—where smart and capable students were focusing on bettering themselves and their futures—it could happen anywhere. In [...]

18 07/2019

Mental Health Classes in Public Schools – The Ripple Effect

By |2020-09-10T17:42:02+00:00July 18th, 2019|K-12/Charters|2 Comments

Can you see me? I’m standing in my kitchen with a half-eaten pear in one hand, my mouth full, and the other hand ‘air-pumping’ up and down in celebration of the great news: Florida will now require mental health classes in public schools. Florida students (joining their peers from New York, Texas and Virginia) in grades 6-12 will now be required to take courses that help them identify: The signs and symptoms of mental health disorders, How to get help [...]

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