Strengthen skills
that support
student wellness

Enhance communication & critical life skills

Kognito experiential learning solutions give your students, faculty, and staff the confidence to start more conversations and take action that cultivates a community of care.

Practice-based

Our evidence-based solutions let learners develop skills in a private and risk-free practice environment, giving them the freedom to explore different conversational tactics and build the confidence to address difficult topics in real-life conversations.

Research Proven

Multiple empirical and longitudinal studies demonstrate that our simulations, which incorporate insights from subject matter experts, result in statistically significant changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior.

Measurable impact

Our clients are equipped with admin tools to allow for easy usage tracking to monitor compliance. Customizable pre-/post- surveys support program evaluation and measure changes in self-efficacy and behavior change.

Brief & scalable

Unlike conventional one-day workshops, our virtual simulations have a duration of just 30-75 minutes, and are accessible to students and faculty at anytime from anywhere via desktop or mobile devices.

Explore our evidence-based practice solutions

At-Risk Mental Health for Students

  • Leverage positive coping strategies to deal with mental health concerns
  • Recognize warning signs of psychological psychological distress
  • Lead impactful conversations with peers in need of help
  • Seek additional support when needed

 

At-Risk Mental Health for Faculty & Staff

  • Increase knowledge and awareness about mental health and suicide
  • Identify warning signs of psychological distress, including verbal, behavioral, and situational clues
  • Lead conversations with students to discuss concerns, build resilience, and increase connectedness
  • Assess the need for referral, motivate the student to seek help, and make a warm hand-off to support
  • Understand the school’s specific process for student referral and counseling services

 

Sexual Misconduct Prevention for Students

  • Understand the importance of preventing sexual assault and recognize warning signs
  • Analyze strategies for intervening and how to respond effectively in situations where peers have been affected by sexual violence or misconduct
  • Differentiate between on- and off-campus confidential and non-confidential resource services, and know when and how to refer peers
  • Determine when consent has or has not been given, and how to ask for, give, and not give sexual consent

Alcohol and Other Drugs

  • Understand social norms around drinking and other drugs
  • Apply refusal strategies that help an individual know when and how to say no
  • Examine the risks associated with alcohol and other drug use
  • Recognize when and how to refer peers to seek out additional help
  • Apply safe, positive, actionable strategies for intervening in situations where alcohol or other drugs are being misused
  • Compose a personal positive behaviors action plan

More students getting help. Sooner.

A peer-reviewed randomized control trial at a large private university found statistically significant changes among Kognito trainees:

97%
of students

who completed Friend2Friend said they would recommend the simulation to their friends

2x
help-seeking rate

The help-seeking rate of Kognito trainees is twice that of untrained students

7%
more self-referrals

Training 14 students in Kognito leads to 1 additional self-referral to support

Bucknell University

Bucknell University leverages Kognito’s At-Risk suite for staff and students to build awareness, knowledge, and skills about mental health and suicide prevention through conversation. In the 2019 school year, new Bucknell students completed the simulation as part of their orientation, along with hundreds of faculty and staff members.

After the training, 96% of campus student leaders reported that they were “very likely,” “likely,” or “somewhat likely” to discuss their concerns with a student exhibiting signs of psychological distress.

University of Iowa

The University of Iowa initially launched Kognito’s At-Risk simulation as a mandated training program for its first-year students. After a widely positive response, they have since rolled it out to the entire student body, and now plan to market the training to the entire campus community to include faculty and staff.

Bring the power of virtual simulation to your campus.

Get in touch with our team to learn more about how we can support you.

Scroll to Top