Kernels for Life
This prevention program was developed by Wright State University based off the best practice “kernels” utilized in the PAX Good Behavior Game. This program uniquely targets adults working in non-school settings who interact with young people ages 4-14, and utilizes research-based behavioral health strategies proven to limit problematic behavior, reduce toxic influences, teach psychological flexibility, and reinforce pro-social behavior. These trainings are open to the public and available by request.
For more information, please contact Ashley Mack, Program Coordinator at Montgomery County ADAMHS at (937) 443-0416 x121 or email@example.com.