When it comes to mental well-being, little things make a big difference! No matter where you are or where you are starting from, this animated series shares easy-to-use, science-based tools, actions, and tactics to support your social-emotional health and well-being.
Based on the WE Well-being Playbook, this animated explainer series highlights key social-emotional learning moments from the book and puts them into motion in animation, optimal for social sharing.
Winner of the 2021 w3 Gold Award for Social Content & Marketing: Health & Wellness presented by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. Winner of the 2021 Davey Silver Award for Online Health & Fitness Video presented by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. Winner of the 2021 Telly Awards Silver for General – Non-Broadcast.
About WE Well-being
WE Well-being is a program designed to empower youth, families and communities with tools and resources to promote their own well-being and the well-being of others. Developed in collaboration with leading mental health professionals, WE Well-being seeks to prevent or lessen the impact of mental health issues by providing youth with the necessary knowledge and tangible skills needed to support their own mental well-being.
About the WE Well-being Playbook
The WE Well-being Playbook is a hands-on guide filled with everyday tools and actions to nurture your own mental well-being and the well-being of others. WE Well-Being worked with leading experts and collected best available evidence to create tips applicable to daily life—cutting-edge science applied in practical, fun ways. Download the WE Well-being Playbook for free on Amazon.com.
Kelly Deckert, Lisa Lisle, Justin Rhodes, John Wilson
Digital Content Producer: Cori Kipps
Social Media Manager: Chase Ellington
Digital Coordinator: Eleftheria Giannopoulos
Inspired by the WE Well-being Playbook written by Leysa Cerswell Kielburger and edited by Susan Allan.
Made possible by The Erika Legacy Foundation, Crown Robinson Family Philanthropy, and John and Claire Nicola.