We often hear about youth bullying, youth suicide, and parents struggles to help their children thrive. But what if we steered the conversation to preventing these issues? Wouldn't it be great if students in all grades learned how their brains are working for and against them and how they can change their brain for the better? By combining art therapy and the science neuroplasticity and mindfulness, we could teach kids how to handle stress, anxiety, and depression. We could reduce the stigma of mental health issues by helping kids understand what is happening in their brains and what they can do to feel better. They will learn skills that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. Neuroplasticity and mindfulness is crucial information that we all need to learn to grow up with a strong sense of self, purpose, and belonging.