We help to encourage more colorful minds for a more beautiful tomorrow.


How does a coloring book help?

 
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Support

Although a coloring book is not a form of therapy in it’s own right, we have carefully crafted this book to be intentional and therapeutic for young adults navigating the ever changing collegiate landscape.

Each book is designed to be used by counseling services or other student life professionals as an engaging and mature form of play therapy for their students.

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Empower

Our book’s advice and activities pages encourage students to take control of their stresses and anxieties while still encouraging them to seek help if necessary. Our sponsored pages feature companies that seek to improve mental health and student life through products of their own, encouraging students to actively seek methods of improving their situations.

 
 
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Connect

Each book is designed by students interested in sharing their own experiences to help others. The book also features QR codes and relevant numbers for organizations that seek to support student mental health and student life.

The back of every book sports the Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Crisis Text Line. Each customized book also includes a resource page dedicated to your personal resources such as counseling center and other important student life office information.

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Engage

Our books cover leverages a modern design to encourage students to open the book and learn more. This cover is free to customize to match your organization.

Our book’s artwork, advice, and relevant activities all relate to common experiences of student life. Whether it is having a bad roommate, going through a breakup, or feeling completely lost, we encourage students engage with those experiences head on in a healthy, controlled manner.

 

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Who have we helped?

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We’ve distributed over 5000 books to students in 3 different states.


In multiple recognized universities.


Will your school be the next to join the movement?