At-Risk for High School Educators



An interactive role-play simulation that builds awareness, knowledge and skills about mental health and suicide prevention, preparing high school educators to recognize students in psychological distress, discuss concerns and, if necessary, connect them with support services. This simulation is listed in the National Registry of Evidence-based Best Practices and Programs (NREPP).

Learning Objectives include:

  • Identifying warning signs of mental distress, including verbal, behavioral and situational clues
  • Managing conversations with students to determine the need for referral
  • Developing awareness of negative stereotypes and misconceptions about mental distress and illness

At-Risk for High School Educators is a professional development simulation sold on a subscription license basis to individuals, schools, districts, and for statewide use. For more information about this simulation, please click here.

School-wide licenses make the training available to all adults working in the school building (e.g., teachers, administrators, other paid and volunteer staff) and are priced based on school enrollment.

For district and statewide pricing or for bundles of 100+ individual licenses, please contact our K-12 team, or call 212-675-9234

Login access information will be emailed to you. The license will remain active for 1 year after purchase and is valid for one user. A downloadable, printable certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion of the training.