Social-Emotional Learning for Prevention

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Expressing feelings safely in school and in the community

Young children are faced with the same emotions as adults; however, they lack the reasoning skills to safely and effectively express them. Like adults, children get angry, frustrated, embarrassed, nervous, etc., but do not have the language skills to talk…..

Self-Regulation In & Outside the Classroom

Self-Regulation In & Outside the Classroom Self-Regulation refers to several processes that allow children to respond appropriately to their immediate environment. Learning self-regulating techniques allows children to stay focused and alert while in a classroom setting or any other social…..

Social Media Interaction & Its Influence on Academic Success

While in moderation, social media can become a great way for children to connect with one another. Healthy discussions and topics that children share with one other, such as school subjects, peer interactions, and parental relations, can be an integral…..

Positive Thinking Boosts Emotional Intelligence

As part of our curriculum, we at SEL for prevention are dedicated to the power of positive thinking, and how it directly correlates to a child’s education and academic success. With so many negative distractions in our culture that affects…..

Educating Gifted Children Comes With Its Own Set of Challenges

Gifted children are often difficult to educate. At times, they are just as challenging to teach as those with learning disorders.

We Must Equip Our Kids with the Tools to Recognize and Stop Emotional Manipulation

SEL for Prevention equips kids with—among other things—tools and strategies to recognize, label, and stop participating in emotional manipulation.

The 5 C’s of Suicide Prevention – An Action Plan for Schools

Suicide is a serious issue among school-age kids and teens. When it comes to suicidal behavior in students, it’s the responsibility of teachers and school officials to intervene and provide guidance.

Build Protective Factors to Keep Children Safe

In 8 steps, our programs help children and adolescents gain resilience and become less likely to develop self-destructive or aggressive behaviors.