01. Explore Needs
We start by exploring your needs to find the best fit for
Routes to Resilience
at your school. Each school environment is different with distinct needs and pre-existing programs. We also know that some schools have comprehensive policies and best practices to know how to navigate through loss and crisis, and some do not.
02. Provide Education
Resilience can be learned and cultivated. However, it takes more than simply “teaching” lessons. The subtleties and nuances of building resilience have more to do with how professionals and parents engage and respond to children and teens. We can help to guide and educate faculty and staff on how to do just that.
03. Implement Lesson Plans
Good Grief educators will implement our 5-week program in your classrooms through lesson plans that include lectures, activities, and worksheets on grief and loss, emotional intelligence, coping with stress, building resilience, and empathy and kindness.
04. Program Evaluation
Post-lesson and post-training surveys will be run to capture results, and to cater ongoing coaching to optimize the program for the future.