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We are licensed clinical psychologists and researchers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our team offers innovative, evidence-based prevention programs that empower students, families, and educators through workshops, trainings, and digital courses.
WHY BOARDING SCHOOLS CHOOSE USOur IMPACT Marijuana Prevention Program utilizes an award-winning digital platform so that your students, their families, and faculty/staff at school can access our program anywhere, anytime. Our courses are custom-branded so that they incorporate your school’s unique brand identity and values, providing your academic community with a familiar environment within which to learn and explore. We know that effective prevention brings the entire academic community together. We believe that, when you pair scientific facts with real-life conversation and connection, it challenges bright and capable students to really think, listen, and shift their perceptions about marijuana and other substance use.
OUR MISSIONPanaptic is dedicated to serving as a national leader in marijuana prevention for young people. We are committed to supporting our youth so that they can make healthy choices regarding marijuana use.
The IMPACT program has been a way for us to more openly engage our students in a conversation around THC use and it’s impact on adolescent brain, academics, and wellbeing. Our students have appreciated the angle of the program and report liking the class. This prevention program builds from our other lessons on refusal skills and other AOD prevention. Last year, of the 129 students who took the course, 93% rated it as “extremely helpful.” As an administrator we have different modules to deliver to both parents and faculty that we hope keeps the conversation going. The IMPACT program is well worth the investment, so much, that The Hill School is investing in a 3 year project to continue this program for our 4/5 students.
I loved that the course was very thorough and offered plenty of resources that I could draw upon later. The course material highlighted the importance of talking to my students about healthy choices related to marijuana use and the tools offered lessened much of the discomfort I tend to feel talking about such a tricky topic with students.