Teaching kids about social-emotional (SEL) skills in a controlled environment is one thing. Whether they use those skills independently in other situations (and with other people) is another.
In The SEL Toolbox, clinicians and educators will find a variety of creative, adaptable interventions that not only teach kids the foundational SEL skills but also prepare them to successfully apply those skills to unpredictable, unstructured environments that more closely parallel real-life scenarios.
Designed for use in small group settings with school-aged kids, each intervention includes step-by-step directions, clear lesson plans, case examples, and, most importantly, specific directions on how and when to introduce incremental challenges that encourage kids to problem solve in the moment.
This unique and targeted approach will help kids generalize the skills they need to:
Briana Makofske, Ph.D., is the co-owner of Summit Psychological Assessment & Consultation and a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed School Psychologist in the state of Colorado. She has extensive experience working with children with neurodevelopmental disorders in school settings and in private practice. She addresses children’s individual needs through assessment, the development of collaborative goals and interventions, and the provision of direct and consultative services. Dr. Makofske believes that all children can acquire skills to increase their independence. The focus of her work now is collaborating with, and teaching skills to, parents and educators to support children in multiple environments.
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