Category: Clymb Research
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.
Top 7 Goals for Workplace Wellness in 2023
Here are the Top 7 Goals for Workplace Wellness in 2023. Enhancing mental health resources, promoting physical activity, and fostering a positive workplace culture are just a few. Get practical strategies for prioritizing employee well-being in the workplace.
Why Employers Should Care About the Youth Mental Health Crisis
Research-based evidence emphasizes why employers should care about the youth mental health crisis and it’s impact on the workforce. To effectively respond to the crisis among youth, comprehensive policies that promote employee wellness are required.
5 Steps to a Happier Workplace
Discover the 5 simple steps any organization can take to build a healthier work culture and promote employee well-being, according to Clymb’s founder Ashley Williams.
Improving Heart Health through Emotional Wellness
With support from the American Heart Association, Clymb is addressing the link between emotional wellness and heart health by providing tools and resources to help children develop resilience and mitigate the negative effects of toxic stress.
The Benefits of Competency-Based Education
The benefits of competency-based education (CBE) includes individualized learning, flexibility, real-world relevance, collaborative learning, and personalized support, which can help students take control of their learning and progress at their own pace.
ESSA & Evidence-Based SEL Solutions
Clymb provides educators with dashboards that visualize data and allow them to assess student performance across SEL skills based on CASEL competencies and D-SECS measurements, enabling them to identify students in need of enhanced support and track performance at the organizational level.
Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis
The recent Surgeon General’s warning on youth mental health has highlighted the devastating impact that unprecedented and uniquely hard to navigate challenges are having on American school students, with a 40% rise in feelings of hopelessness in just over a decade.
Teacher Burnout: How SEL Can Help
Teacher burnout is a growing problem, with social factors such as lack of support and negative interactions with students contributing to its prevalence. This article explores the negative impact of teacher burnout on schools and how implementing a social and emotional learning (SEL) curriculum can help reduce negative behaviors in students and prevent burnout among teachers
Toxic Stress is Demoralizing Teachers
The pandemic has made teaching even more stressful than ever, leading to a projected mass exodus that could create extensive turnover issues for administrators, but there are many things that can be done to support teachers and learners through this difficult time of toxic stress, such as directing ESSER funds to support teachers through evidence-based socio-emotional learning which would be a critical step for promoting emotional wellness and reducing turnover.
Students Voice Gaps in School Mental Health Resources
The current environment of toxic stress has created a mental health crisis among children and schools are in need of evidence-based solutions to address the issue, with up to $63 billion in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds available for the purpose.
Improving Teacher Retention with Social-Emotional Learning
The high rate of teacher burnout and turnover in the United States can be addressed through the implementation of SEL practices in schools, which can create a more supportive and empowering classroom environment for both students and teachers, improving academic performance and reducing behavioral issues.
How Counselors Can Create a Positive School Culture
School counselors can promote positive school cultures by using tools to survey student mental health and wellbeing, empowering students through personalized learning, utilizing competency-based learning, creating connections and trust, and promoting positive behaviors.
Building Compassionate Classrooms
Writer and educator, Jennifer Yoo-Brannon, shares her thoughts around cultivating classrooms where there is space for the big emotions that inevitably arise during childhood and adolescence.