Measurable Impact | Research
CorStone develops and evaluates best practices for strengthening mental health and inner well-being in marginalized vulnerable youth and young women. Our programs are evidence-based, which means that we collect and analyze data to determine how effective our methods are over time. Our methods include:
Standardized measures for anxiety, emotional resilience, quality of life, social wellbeing, and other social emotional issues
Controls for socio-demographic differences in our study samples
Use of control group(s) wherever possible
Rigorous statistical analyses
With our dedication to demonstrating feasibility, effectiveness, and scalability, CorStone conducts research along with academic institutions, researchers, foundations, and others interested in furthering best practices in improving inner well-being in youth and young women.
Below we showcase research studies, white papers and presentations of interest to further this emerging field.
Check back often as we update our research frequently.
International Programs + Reports
Conferences + Presentations