Evidence based research supporting functionality in K’Bro
Why Emotional Resilience is important to mental health and why K’Bro?
Resilience, risk, mental health and well-being: associations and conceptual differences
Overview of resiliency and emotional well-being
On being aware and accepting: A one-year longitudinal study into adolescent well-being
Definition and importance of emotional resilience and well-being.
Interventions to build resilience among young people
Survey of research documenting benefits of emotional resilience on mental health
Mental illness and well-being: the central importance of positive psychology and recovery approaches
Emotional well-being is more than the absence of mental health issues
Benefits of Naming Emotions – Am I OK? Game
Putting Feelings Into Words Affect Labeling Disrupts Amygdala Activity in Response to Affective Stimuli
How thinking about emotions can change your emotional state
Benefits of Asking for help – Deal With It!
What Teens Want: Barriers to Seeking Care for Depression
The importance of confidentiality when sharing symptoms
Benefits of Speaking Up or Self advocating – Speak Up!
Development of the Self-Advocacy Measure for Youth
Progression of self-advocacy skill growth mirroring overall development.
Self-determination as a psychological and positive youth development construct
Being self-determined is a developmental task that all young people have to confront and is pertinent to their whole-person development.
Benefits of Practicing gratitude/mindfulness – What’s Up?
Gratitude and Well Being:
The Benefits of Appreciation
Association between gratitude and a sense of overall well being
Counting blessings in early adolescents: An experimental study of gratitude and subjective well- being
Counting blessings was associated with enhanced self-reported gratitude, optimism, and life satisfaction
Social/Peer Support and why it matters – My Tribe
Teenagers and social networking – it might actually be good for them
Digital use can be inventive and even beneficial
Youth peer support in a mental health context
Youth peer support programs may help to engage young people in mental health services.
Benefits to children and their parents of better parental engagement – K’Bro Parent Subscription
Parents' monitoring-relevant knowledge and adolescents' delinquent behavior: evidence of correlated developmental changes and reciprocal influences
Supporting the parental involvement to decrease delinquent behavior
Technology/Apps and mental health – The upside to mobile apps/gaming
Serious Games and Gamification for Mental Health: Current Status and Promising Directions
Supports games being positively used for change and their potential