recover[edu]

RECOVER[edu] is a conversation-starter, a communication-driver, and an awareness-builder. We talk a lot about “talking about” mental health, but that’s often where the conversation ends as the tone of discomfort surrounding mental health often leads to silence. Business-as-usual is no longer an option and changes must be made. School communities have both the opportunity and moral obligation to face the adolescent mental health crisis and RECOVER[edu] is the perfect place to begin! This book is a solution-oriented guide for addressing mental health in schools. It clearly outlines common blind spots, approachable methods of correction and welcomes communities to work less fearfully and more collaboratively.


this should be required reading.

- WILLIAM S.

Oh. My. Goodness. This should be required reading for every school administration, faculty, parents, and anyone else concerned about the amount of pressure our children are under these days. The author not only presents and analyzes the problem plaguing society today (RE: teenage anxiety), but also provides personal insight and solutions, that are practical and doable by the rest of us. We so needed this book today, and I am glad it has finally been written."

LONG OVERDUE EXCELLENT BOOK!

- POLARIS

Finally, a book that acknowledges the reality and challenges of educators addressing mental health concerns amongst students. Daniel's book beautifully presents eye opening cases, recommendations and thought provoking content in a how-to-approach for helping today's youth balance academics and well-being. A must read for all educators, psychologists and parents in public and private school settings.

THIS BOOK OFFERS SOLUTIONS THAT WILL SAVE LIVES.

- LAURA H.

In the words of Patterson, “let’s start the conversation.” Every educator in America should have this book. Every educator should know the signs and have the tools to support teenage mental health. Time to remove the stigma and be part of the solution to make our teens’ lives less stressful and more happy. Most educators go into their profession with a passion both to teach and to make a difference in lives. This book offers solutions that will make a difference and will save lives.


the assertive parent

We don’t give teenagers enough credit. Teenagers are smarter, stronger and savvier than we allow them to be in outdated educational and parenting models. It doesn’t have to be this way! Parents have the opportunity to become fluent in the language of teen, to channel their innate love for teenagers into a proactive, assertive parenting model that will inevitably instill opportunities for vibrancy, authentic success, and happiness for our teenagers.

Readers will experience a solution-oriented, judgment-free, plug-and-play resource that provides a framework for successfully modifying their approach to parenting teenagers.



this should be required reading.

- WILLIAM S.

Oh. My. Goodness. This should be required reading for every school administration, faculty, parents, and anyone else concerned about the amount of pressure our children are under these days. The author not only presents and analyzes the problem plaguing society today (RE: teenage anxiety), but also provides personal insight and solutions, that are practical and doable by the rest of us. We so needed this book today, and I am glad it has finally been written."

LONG OVERDUE EXCELLENT BOOK!

- POLARIS

Finally, a book that acknowledges the reality and challenges of educators addressing mental health concerns amongst students. Daniel's book beautifully presents eye opening cases, recommendations and thought provoking content in a how-to-approach for helping today's youth balance academics and well-being. A must read for all educators, psychologists and parents in public and private school settings.

THIS BOOK OFFERS SOLUTIONS THAT WILL SAVE LIVES.

- LAURA H.

In the words of Patterson, “let’s start the conversation.” Every educator in America should have this book. Every educator should know the signs and have the tools to support teenage mental health. Time to remove the stigma and be part of the solution to make our teens’ lives less stressful and more happy. Most educators go into their profession with a passion both to teach and to make a difference in lives. This book offers solutions that will make a difference and will save lives.


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