As the educational environment continues to change, learner well-being has properly assumed a central role, leading to a paradigm shift in the way academic institutions prioritize mental health assistance. Teachers and legislators are realizing more and more how important it is to provide a supportive atmosphere that considers the various problems that learners experience as they tackle their mental health and academic performance.

According to the study of Frey et al., (2022), stated that a critical component of learner mental health care is the incorporation of counseling services into school settings. Counselors with training are essential in creating a secure environment where kids may voice their worries, work through personal issues, and learn coping skills. In addition to improving learners’ immediate well-being, these specialists help kids develop long-term emotional resilience.

In addition, educational establishments are adopting comprehensive strategies for teaching mental health. By including mental health awareness into the curriculum, schools may create a culture where learners feel comfortable asking for help when they need it and de-stigmatize conversations about mental health. Also, educational institutions help to create emotionally intelligent people who are better able to face the problems of life by giving learners the skills to recognize and control their emotions.

Moreover, schools are increasingly introducing stress reduction programs and mindfulness techniques in response to the rising tide of stress and anxiety among learners. The curriculum implemented in the Homeroom Guidance (HG) during Crisis provides learners with useful ways to reduce stress and improve attention. These programs support mental health while also fostering a supportive and encouraging learning environment.

Furthermore, creating a comprehensive support system also requires cooperation between mental health experts, parents, and schools. By establishing consistent lines of communication that enable the sharing of data on a learner’s health guarantees a cohesive strategy for resolving mental health issues, bridging the divide between the personal and academic domains of a learner’s life.

To sum up, the necessity of providing mental health care to learners is a recognition of the close relationship that exists between their emotional health and their academic achievement. In addition to providing learners with the skills necessary to meet the demands of their academic journey, educational institutions that prioritize mental health also help to shape learners into well-rounded individuals who are ready for the complexities of life beyond the classroom.


Frey, A. J., Mitchell, B. D., Kelly, M. S., McNally, S., & Tillett, K. (2022). School-Based Mental Health Practitioners: A Resource Guide for Educational Leaders. School mental health14(4), 789–801.

Jonathan M. Nayre|Teacher II|Bataan National High School-JHS|Balanga City,Bataan
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