Schools We Have Worked With

 

Click on the school names to read letters of recommendation.

 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 

John Adams High School

101-01 Rockaway Blvd, Jamaica, NY

 

The High School for Health Professions and Human Services

345 E 15th St, New York, NY

 

“The program has helped our students not only build self esteem but it has given them the tools to be effective communicators.”

— Principal, Health Professions High School

 

The Lab School for Collaborative Studies

333 W 17th St, New York, NY

 

Lincoln High School

421 S 4th Ave, Walla Walla, WA

 

Stuyvesant High School

345 Chambers St, New York, NY

 

City As School

16 Clarkson St, New York, NY

 

"The Healthy Relationships 101 program had a significant impact on our students. They learned to articulate their needs and feelings, without blaming others. The program not only encourages critical thinking, but enables students to feel safe and confident in their self-expression."

— Assistant Principal, City As School

 

Pathways to Graduation

90-01 Sutphin Blvd, Jamaica, NY

 

"Michael led a rich and engaging workshop on the importance of communication in establishing healthy relationships. Michael was a great facilitator, and the students were actively contributing to discussions and activities. They had fun too!"

— Coordinator, Pathways to Graduation

 

CHARTER SCHOOLS

 

The Harlem Children’s Zone

35 E 125th St, New York, NY

 

“The innovative approach to interpersonal dynamics proved to be a valuable resource that our school can build upon and incorporate into our school culture. This program has the potential to be life-altering and has definitely changed my life.”

—Teacher, Harlem Children’s Zone

 

Harlem Village Academy

2351 1st Avenue, New York, NY

 

The Renaissance Charter School

35-59 81st St, Jackson Heights, NY

 

Williamsburg Charter High School

198 Varet Street, Brooklyn, NY

 

 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

 

Montclair Kimberley Academy

201 Valley Rd, Montclair, NJ

 

“The Relationship Foundation has provided us with excellent advice on helping our students to resolve communication problems and resulting conflicts.”

— Psychologist, Montclair Kimberley Academy

 

Loyola School

980 Park Ave, New York, NY

 

Little Red Schoolhouse

272 6th Ave, New York, NY

 

Palmer Trinity

7900 SW 176th St, Miami, FL

 

Chapin School

100 East End Ave, New York, NY

 

 

COLLEGE

 

LaGuardia Community College

31-10 Thomson Ave, Long Island City, NY

 

Molloy College

1000 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY

Student Feedback

 

 

“I learned the difference between a healthy relationship and an abusive relationship.”

— Female 11th grade student

 

“I’m now more considerate than I was at the beginning of this course. I feel for others and I can empathize more.”

— Female 9th grade student

 

"This course taught me to look at the other person’s perspective so that you can better understand them.”

Male 11th grade student

 

"I have been taught today that feelings and needs are okay. It is okay to...express our feelings without being any less of a man.”

Male 11th grade student

 

“The course made me think about other people’s feelings and how I treat them.”

Male 9th grade student

 

"It definitely helped with my relationship with my girlfriend. I stay more calm now when I’m angry and I’m becoming more understanding.”

Male 12th grade student

 

“I used to think love, respect and trust was all that’s needed but no, acceptance, responsibility, and communication are also required to be in a fulfilling relationship with me.”

Female 12th grade student

 

"This course will help me in my future relationships because I will be able to give myself options and think from the other person’s perspective. “

— Female 11th grade student

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