Compass for Courage is a brief intervention for youth struggling with anxiety, worries, fear, or stress. Compass uses collaborative game-based learning to teach youth research-backed strategies to manage worries, solve problems, build relationships, and face stressful situations with confidence. The six-lesson plan also has shown to improve grades and test scores, increase teacher instructional time, and reduce out-of-classroom time (e.g., absences, nurse visits).
COMPASS for Courage
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