The BASE program has proven to be a highly successful model in enabling both, students and adults, to achieve at remarkably high levels of functioning. Research studies have documented that schools following this model have increased attendance and academic achievement, and have reduced teenage pregnancies, drug abuse, motivated students to become lifelong learners, and reduced discipline problems by 30-50%, proving that we can make a difference in how individuals function.

It supports schools to become warm, caring inviting places to be—places where both students and staff feel supported by one another.

The BASE program provides training for teachers, parents and administrators. Consultant training and classroom materials are available to facilitate this through the Self-Esteem Institute. Assessment instruments for students and staff are also provided.