Emotional health issues in students often go undetected, both at school and home. Depression and anxiety are common ways in which emotional difficulties manifest themselves in the student. As a result of such difficulties, the student is unable to achieve their full academic potential, despite adequate ability. Emotional issues may co-exist with learning disabilities or attention deficits.
Our Psychological Well-Being Solutions for Emotional Health
Brief, universal screening system for measuring behavioral and emotional strengths and weaknesses in children and adolescents.
Quickly screens for depression in adolescents and adults.
Enables targeted assessment of individuals and small groups to help evaluate social skills, problem behaviors, and academic competence.
Enables remediation of behavior and emotional issues in students.
Designed specifically for teenagers, the MACI helps identify early signs of Axis I and Axis II disorders in adolescents.
Assessment of adolescent personality characteristics.
Assesses children’s and adolescents’ emotional and social impairment.
Select and implement evidence-based interventions that work in schools.
Plan remediation based on problems identified by the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS) or for teaching social skills in any setting.
Easily monitor progress after conducting BASC-2 interventions.