At Bridge Educational Engineering, we believe in educational equity through integrated mental health supports that foster social-emotional learning.
We partner with school systems in the dynamic process of adapting, expanding, and strengthening multi-tiered systems of support to foster positive social, emotional, and intellectual health for all school community members.
BEE cross-pollinates universal design instruction pedagogies with evidence-based, person-centered practices, wraparound models, and psychiatric rehabilitation principles to innovate and strengthen multi-tiered systems of support.
We work with schools to design and deliver custom solutions for building social-emotional skills and supports throughout the school community.
Bridge Founder, Courtney Joly-Lowdermilk, has nearly 20 years of experience designing, implementing, leading, and evaluating a range of mental health educational curricula and programs for a wide range populations. Pictured here at the 2022 IAYMH Conference where she presented on educational student mental programming.
BEE's lead educational engineer, Courtney, is a champion for workplace access because positive worker mental health fosters job satisfaction, functioning, and retention. Pictured here on a Harvard University panel promoting universally inclusive workspaces. Photo by Jon Chase.
Joly-Lowdermilk engineers multi-tiered systems of support that prioritize partnering with families to support positive family mental health and functioning. Pictured here hosting Flourishing Families presents This Is My Brave at the WBUR CitySpace.