Primary Project is a nationally-known, evidenced based preventive mental health program designed to enhance positive skills and reduce difficulties in preschool through primary grade children. Participants-identified through careful screening-are those who are at risk of, but not experiencing, social-emotional or school adjustment problems. Throughout the school year, participants meet with a Child Associate (CA) in individual child-led expressive play sessions, where they become aware of their feelings, experience a sense of self-acceptance, enjoy supportive interaction with the CA, and develop positive feelings about school. CA's receive special training and are supervised closely by William James College faculty and in collaboration with school based professionals. We are currently implementing Primary Project in four surrounding elementary schools. If you are interested in bringing Primary Project to your school, please contact us Robyn Bratica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our INTERFACE® Referral Service collects and categorizes a wide range of valuable resources related to mental health and wellness for the benefit of the general public–children, adults and families–as well as educators and mental health professionals. Learn more at interface.williamjames.edu