Mental Health & Well-being Suite

The Mental Health & Well-being Suite offers school districts an easy-to-implement, accessible, and scalable community approach to creating a safe learning environment for students, teachers, and staff.

The suite includes six interactive programs for each of the integral groups within a child's formative community:

  • Educator
  • Fellow student
  • Parents and caregivers.

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Strengthening and Supporting the Health of Every Child


Suite goals and outcomes:

Healthier attitudes

Greater resiliency and lifelong coping skills

Stronger relationships

More confidence

Higher academic, social and behavioral outcomes

Safer, more caring schools

Products in the Suite

Through an SEL and trauma-informed lens, this simulations builds awareness, knowledge and skills around student emotional and mental well-being, as well as suicide prevention.

We know that parents, caregivers, and the extended community help create a healthier environment for children and adolescents. Through a series of conversation topics, this simulation explores how to identify, approach, and get support for children when needed. It also teaches how to forge stronger bonds, and respond to the expression of various feelings, thoughts and emotions.

This simulation teaches high school-aged students how to build awareness, knowledge, and skills around emotional and mental wellness. These conversation practices prepare students to recognize signs of distress in their friends and peers, giving them the tools and courage to reach out for support.

This simulation equips teens with the skills and awareness to make positive decisions about alcohol and other substances. This interactive learning experience introduces social norms and addresses media portrayals and misconceptions. They learn coping and refusal skills as well as communication techniques to support their peers.

This simulation coaches parents and caregivers on how to initiate conversations about healthy choices and substance use. Users explore how to discuss risks, set expectations, and role play scenarios with teens that will help them to manage tough situations involving substances in real life.

It is important for educators, administrators, and staff to understand the effects of trauma on adolescents and their developing brains. This product teaches awareness and skills for how to identify engage, understand, and support students who may have experienced trauma or adversity, including when to refer to a mental health professional for additional care.


Kognito has been instrumental in providing training to over 1.5 million educators, administrators, students, and their communities.

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