Mental Health & Gen Z: What Educators Need to Know

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What if you could build a mental health friendly culture at your school instead of just responding to mental health crises? Our newest research from over 4,000 surveys and 80 interviews with young people ages 13 to 25 shows exactly what young people need in order to thrive in their schools, revealing a model for addressing mental health proactively among students.

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What if you could build a mental health friendly culture at your school instead of just responding to mental health crises?

In this report, pulled from over 4,000 surveys and 80 interviews with young people ages 13 to 25 shows exactly what young people need in order to thrive in their schools. Mental Health & Gen Z: What Educators Need to Know reveals a model for addressing mental health proactively among students.

We’ll show you:

…how CONNECTIONS form the foundation for a sense of belonging that can combat record levels of loneliness among Gen Z

…the importance of having tools that align with EXPECTATIONS in order to support a diverse student body with a variety of pathways to success

…why PURPOSE is the critical missing ingredient leading to poor mental health for Gen Z

The mental-health crisis among young people has reached epidemic proportions. And administrators, coaches, faculty, social workers, and staff are at the front lines of this crisis, meeting young people every day during some of their most formative years.

We’re not here for handwringing. We’re here to show you how to build structures campus-wide that are mental-health friendly and rooted in research. We’re here to turn the tide.

This workbook is part of The Springtide Series on Mental Health. We are equipping and empowering educators, faith leaders, parents, and employers to create mental-health friendly spaces for Gen Z.

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ISBN:978-1-64121-179-6
Weight:.5 lbs
Dimensions:8.5 in; 11 in; 6.75 in
Pages:80

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