Our Vision: Supportive Relationships for Everybody

We conduct research, provide training, and offer thought leadership to strengthen relationships in education and in medicine.

We consider relationships to be a vital public health resource, and believe that many of the world's problems will be alleviated when every person has access to excellent emotional support.

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Latest Blog Posts

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Kids who suffer hunger in first years lag behind their peers in school, especially in social and emotional skills, a recent study finds. By Rhitu Chatterjee (@RhituC).

Teacher-prep slow to embrace social-emotional

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Best Practices in Relational Skills Training for Medical Trainees and Providers: a recent Academic Pediatrics article written by Eran Magen, PhD, (@eranmagen) Scientific Director of the Center for Supportive Relationships, and Horace

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A Doctor Experiences Pain, and it’s a Window Toward Empathy: an insightful Boston Globe piece about Dr. Paul Konowitz's own experience as a patient, and how that changed his medical practice.

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Suspending Students Costs Billions in Economic Losses: An Edweek article connecting suspensions and lower graduation rates to higher taxpayer costs. By Francisco Vara-Orta (@fvaraorta).

5 Reasons to Invest in the Social and

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How e-Health Technology Can Help Physicians Form Stronger Relationships with Patients, by Sophia Wang, MD, an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine.

An Interview with the Cleveland