Category: Clymb Research

The Importance of Data-Driven School Counseling Programs: Helping Students Thrive

As educators and parents, we all want to support our students’ academic, social-emotional, and career success. But how can we ensure that our efforts are effective and meaningful? The answer lies in data-driven school counseling programs. By implementing the American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) model, educators and counselors can gather and analyze data to inform […]

The Importance of Early Intervention in Children’s Emotional Health: Tips for Parents and Educators

Early intervention is crucial when it comes to children’s emotional health. By identifying and addressing emotional challenges early on, parents and educators can help children develop healthy coping strategies and prevent issues from becoming more serious down the road. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of early intervention in children’s emotional health, and […]

Supporting Children’s Mental Health: Strategies and Resources for Post-Pandemic Recovery

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time to reflect on the importance of our children’s mental health. As the world continues to adapt to the pandemic, it’s important to acknowledge the impact it has had on our children’s mental well-being. The good news is that there are plenty of resources and […]

The Power of Preventative Emotional Health Programs

Learn why preventative emotional health programs are crucial for promoting emotional well-being and how they’re more effective than reactive strategies in the long run.

A Guide to Understanding School Climate and Culture

This blog provides an in-depth understanding of the differences between school climate and school culture, and how they impact the well-being of students, teachers, and staff. It highlights the important roles that teachers, school counselors, principals, and students play in shaping these environments and offers practical tips for creating a positive school climate and culture.

Bullying Prevention: How SEL Can Create Positive School Environments

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is an essential aspect of a child’s education. Not only does it create a positive school culture, but it also teaches children essential life skills that they can carry into adulthood. By incorporating SEL into the classroom, educators can help reduce bullying and create a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.

The Importance of Employability Skills in Today’s Job Market

In today’s competitive job market, employers are looking for candidates with strong academic credentials and a range of employability skills. Social and emotional learning (SEL) plays a crucial role in developing these skills and preparing students for the workforce.

Building employee loyalty with competitive benefits

As an HR employer, you know that employee loyalty is crucial for the success of your company. One way to build and maintain that loyalty is by offering competitive benefits. However, many employers tend to focus solely on traditional benefits such as health insurance and 401(k) plans. While these are important, it’s also important to […]

Employee Retention: What Matters to Working Parents

Employers can support working parents during the Great Resignation by prioritizing the mental health and wellness of their employees and their children. By providing preventative wellness resources, like Clymb, we can help create a stronger, more supportive, and resilient workforce for the future.

The Impact of Emotional Health on Academics

Mental and emotional health are crucial aspects of overall well-being, and they have a significant impact on a student’s academic performance. The relationship between mental and emotional health and academic performance is complex and multifaceted. In this blog, we will explore the ways in which mental and emotional health can affect a student’s academic performance […]

The Power of the Principal in Building Positive School Cultures

School principals can take a variety of steps to build a positive school culture, including fostering trust and inclusivity, investing in mental health and wellness programs, and providing preventative care initiatives. By prioritizing open communication, diversity, and proactive support, principals can make the most of their school’s budget and minimize stress and burnout for both students and staff.

How Stress Affects Sleep and Productivity

Don’t let stress affect your sleep and productivity! By developing a daily wellness routine, parents can model self-care for their children, promoting healthy habits that reduce stress levels and lead to a lifetime of well-being.

Can Smiling Actually Make You Happier?

According to a recent Stanford study, the act of posing a smile can actually make us happier. The study provides valuable insights into the relationship between facial expressions and our emotional experience, shedding light on the origins of human emotions.

Work-Life Balance for Parents: The Power of Wellness

As a working parent, juggling work and family obligations can be challenging, but with the right tools and support, it’s possible to find a healthy balance. Employers can help by offering wellness programs and promoting emotional intelligence, creating a positive and supportive workplace. Let’s work together to create a happy and fulfilling work-life balance!

Proactive Mental Health Interventions Can Address Rising School Violence

Proactive mental health interventions in schools can help prevent school violence, as early identification and appropriate support for struggling students is crucial. A comprehensive approach involving school staff, families, and community partners is needed.

Reversing Student Learning Loss with SEL

Social-emotional learning (SEL) can reverse the negative impacts of COVID-19 on student learning and well-being. Incorporating SEL into curriculum can promote academic success, mental health, and social skills.

The Unseen Cost of Stress in the Workplace

Negative effects of stress include high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, anxiety, and depression. Employers can mitigate stress in the workplace through policies that prioritize employee well-being.

The Pandemic’s Lingering Effects on Working Parents

The long-term impacts of the pandemic on working parents include increased stress, burnout, and family strain. Employers can play a critical role by offering support, flexibility, and mental health resources to help working parents cope with ongoing challenges.

The Impact of a Child’s Mental Health on Working Parents

Explore the ways in which children’s mental health impacts working parents and the additional stress and challenges they face. It is important for employers to offer support and resources to help working parents maintain their well-being.

Companies who Invest in Employee Wellness See Benefits

The benefits of employee wellness programs include improved productivity, reduced absenteeism, and increased job satisfaction. Research-based evidence supports the positive impact of wellness programs on employee well-being.