"The whole is greater than the sum of its parts" — Aristotle

Resources to Foster  Covitality Assets

Positive Youth Development:

The Covitality Advantage

The covitality construct principle proposes that more is better. That is, youths who develop various social and psychological skills and covitality assets are more likely to traverse childhood on a positive trajectory, with an increased likelihood of beneficial behavioral health outcomes. Research examining the covitality principle shows that accumulating social and psychological assets have multiplicative developmental advantages. Youths with more SEHS-S covitality assets report more health-promoting behaviors, fewer risk behaviors, and higher life satisfaction.

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SEHS-P

Primary

Social Emotional Health Survey-

Secondary (SEHS-S-2020)

SEHS-HE

Higher Education

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September 8, 2021

Monitoring All Students Social Emotional Wellness

School Psychology Slovak Republic Conference Nov 3, 2021

Mini-Courses and Presentations

Available Now

Heterogeneity Among Moderate Mental Health Students on the Mental Health Continuum–Short Form

Project Covitality Team Interviewed for Institute of Education Sciences Blog