Online and Manual-based Programs for

Schools, Community Healthcare Facilities and Professionals, Parents and Children

Our Programs Have Helped Over 8400 Children and Teens in 40 U.S. States

We live in a very stressful world, and our teens are trying to cope with unprecedented events that affect their daily life. While we can't foresee what the future holds, we can provide our teens with tools that can prepare them for the challenges that lie ahead.

In the world we live in, the rates of depression and anxiety—especially in children and teens—are growing at exponential rates. With long waiting lists for mental health specialists who on average cost $150 per one-hour session, and fewer than 25% of individuals getting the help they need, COPE is a great evidence-based solution to get children and teens on the road to health, happiness and healthy behaviors.

Through a series of brief, easy-to-follow sessions, complete with skills-building activities, the evidence-based COPE Programs convey that there is hope for change, and that both depression and anxiety are treatable.

The online educational and  instructor-delivered manual-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-based (CBT) programs are designed to help children and teens deal with anxiety, stress and depression by teaching them how to develop the skills needed to stop negative thoughts and start thinking and behaving in more positive ways.

Our programs are being utilized by parents, teens, schools/districts, community counseling/wellness centers, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and medical centers across the country.


The 7-Session Teen Online is an interactive, multi-media program delivered individually to each student in the privacy of their own home (this is not a multi-person, classroom-based program with other students).


Limited-Time Discount (50% off)

7-Session Teen Online Program

Now Only $39.00*

*(expires 3/31/18, regular price $79.00)



Evidence-Based  -  Self-Administered   -   Skills-Building  Tools   -   Interactive   -   Learn How to Cope

 Teens learn coping skills.

Teens learn coping skills.


 Teens learn coping skills.

Teens learn coping skills.


 Teens learn coping skills.

Teens learn coping skills.


Attend From Home - Year-Long Subscription - 24/7 Access

We can't control trigger events, but we can control our responses to them.

Common stressors/indicators include:

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Quotes From COPE Program Users

She will repeat positive things about herself instead of the negative ones she repeated frequently....”

”Anything that helps a teenage girl with her self-image is a help to her mother.”

“She’s more open when needing to talk about her feelings when she’s upset and she asks more questions when she needs help.
— Parents of Teens
It (COPE) made me more confident in myself. It helped me take a second and think about things before I react.”

”I have become more confident in my abilities and not afraid to make a decision.

”I just want to say thank you for everything. My stress has been easier on me. I still get mad sometimes, but not nearly as much as I used to.
— Teens

Learn How to COPE

The COPE online, self-administered 7-Session Teen cognitive-behavioral skills-building intervention educational program teaches teens (ages 13 - 18) how to recognize and stop automatic negative thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts instead using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-related techniques. The result is feeling emotionally better and acting in healthier ways.

For less than the price of a movie ticket, you can provide your teen with one session of the program (complete program is 7-sessions).

Click here for sample clips from the program.

  • Thoughtfully-designed graphics/easy-to-follow narration.
  • Seven 20- to 30-minute sessions containing 77 lessons/parts.
  • Skills-building activities to teach and reinforce the concepts.
  • An interactive component that encourages teens to try out the cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-related principles presented and write down their own thoughts and reactions.
  • A year-long, 24/7 subscription (7-week program, return to review concepts).
  • Evidence-based using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-based principles.