Educational Professionals

Self Across the Curriculum
Brzycki Group’s program for K-16 teachers and school counseling professionals, Self Across the Curriculum, is taught in workshop formats, as well as on a consulting basis. Participants – teachers, K-16 educators, administrators, policy-maker, counselors, psychologists, and professionals in related fields – enhance their ability to make a lasting difference with young people. The SAC is an integrated curriculum that integrates mental health, socio-emotional well-being through academic curriculum to address the whole child well-being needs to be happy, healthy, and flourishing to the level of their unique potential. SAC is used to personalize lessons to engage students more deeply in their studies which increases student engagement and retention metrics.

University teachers use SAC to design project based, service learning, engaged scholarship, and real world learning activities into their curricula to personalize the teaching and learning.

The Success Predictor
The Success Predictor is a highly effective tool used by college, career, professional development and psychological counselors to help people of all ages, developmental stages and levels, and walks of life guide them toward their highest expressions of what is possible for them. It is used to assess, diagnose, and intervene into the mind-set of people who want to see and achieve their full and unique potentials life – empowering them to succeed and manifest their full and unique potentials! The Success Predictor is typically used to: determine internal motivations to succeed, understand reference points of capabilities, diagnose internal states of well-being, formulate career aspirations, determine professional acumen, understand academic program interests, guide college selection and fit, guide life and career directions, understand personal paradigms of reality, guide interventions, among others. The Success Predictor is used to help guide you from making a transformation from the person you think you are supposed to be, to that which you know you are meant to be.

Integrated Self Model

The Integrated Self (iSelf) model is a scientific, evidence based, research based assessment and intervention tool that links four functional areas that are crucial to student success: academic advising, career services, personal counseling and student engagement. This model measures multiple facets or attributes of psychological well-being, including: purpose, hopes and dreams for your life; emotional and socio-emotional intelligence; self- esteem, self-efficacy, and self-understanding; personal identity and beliefs; and intrinsic motivation.

Through the iSelf model, high schools and universities offer  short, three-session student success workshop on understanding yourself and your life purpose and dreams, then choosing your academic program based upon that life purpose and those dreams, and then selecting a potential career path and internships that will manifest these highest expressions of themselves.

 

The Center for The Self in the Schools
The mission of The Center for The Self in the Schools, is to impact the psychological well-being of K-16 students through outreach programs, professional development, self-knowledge curricula, anti-bullying programs, and student advising assessments using Strengths Based Counseling methods.