International Collaborations and Partnerships

Project Covitality International Work Groups

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Covitality-Spain

Since 2016, the Covitality-Spain team has administering online psychological assessments based on strengths and difficulties in children, adolescents, and university students. The first common purpose in our studies have been to validate specific instruments to assess Covitality (Spanish versions of SEHS-Primary, SEHS-Secondary, and SEHS-Higher Education), and consequently, to examine the mediational role of Covitality model in the promotion of complete mental health and the prevention of mental disorders and suicide qmong young people.


Team:

José Antonio Piqueras

Juan Carlos Marzo  

Raquel Falcó García

Beatriz Moreno-Amador

Victoria Soto-Sanz

Tiscar Rodríguez Jiménez

María Rivera-Riquelme

Maria Amparo Ramos

Agustin E. Martínez-González


Contact: jpiqueras@umh.es

website: http://covitalidad.edu.umh.es/

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Lithuania

Priority of today's educational psychologists in Lithuanian schools is psycho-educational and preventive activities, aimed on emotional and social well-being of children. The first objective of Lithuanian SEHS research is to investigate social emotional health, empathy, self-esteem and other strengths in children and adolescent sample with different social context. The second objective is the validation SEHS as a tool in Lithuania. The third objective is for school psychologists to monitor youth mental health using SEHS risk/strength profiles  


Team:

Ala Petrulyté

Virginija Guogiené

Vaiva Rimienė  ( Vytautas Magnus university, Lithuania)


Contact: alapetrul@gmail.com  or ala.petrulyte@vdu.lt

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United Kingdom

Since 2017, the UK Covitality team has been working towards the validation of the SEHS-Primary, SEHS-Secondary, and SEHS-Higher Education with children, adolescents and young adults in schools and universities across the UK. The team has also been examining aspects of the role of the Covitality model in the promotion of students' school belonging, well-being and mental health.

  

Team: Dr. Olympia Palikara

Dr. Susana Castro-Kemp


Contact: Olympia.Palikara@roehampton.ac.uk


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