Transnational report – SENSE

Child and adolescent mental health is a growing concern globally.

Teachers, particularly those in secondary schools, play a crucial role in supporting students’ well-being and identifying early signs of mental health issues.

That’s why SENSE is determined to offer a comprehensive training program for secondary school teachers.

Additionally, based on its research, SENSE has created a transnational report to compare performance, identify global trends, promote collaboration, and enhance transparency across partner countries: Austria, Belgium, Spain, and Germany.

Additionally, it provides prevalence rates of mental illnesses among adolescents in the participating countries, methodologies for mental health prevention and well-being, and a review of best practices.

If you want to learn more, you can check out the transnational report here


Transnational report – SENSE