Parent & Family Engagement on Social Emotional Learning presented by Thom Stecher
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
Wednesday, April 13th, 7pm-8pm, Watch the Recording
The first session in the series will focus on the 5 competencies of Social Emotional Learning and how these competencies are essential in the classroom and in the home. We will establish Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision Making as the foundation for social, emotional, behavioral, and academic growth. As supportive adults in children’s lives, how can we model and engage in conversations about these competencies?
BUILDING A COMMUNITY
Wednesday, May 4th, 7pm-8pm,
The foundation for creating and building a West Chester Area School District community begins with respect for self and others, especially those we perceive as different, responsibility for what we think, feel, say and do, and the development of healthy relationships. What do these 3R's look like, sound like, and feel like every day? We will intentionally foster our sense of community, build connections, and let kindness and empathy be our guides.
MAINTAINING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Wednesday, May 18th, 7pm-8pm,
The core concepts of maintaining relationships will be explored. Expressing care, challenging growth, providing support, sharing power, and expanding possibilities. These research-based strategies have proven effective in helping children and families deal with mental health concerns including stress, anxiety, and depression.
Click on the event title for more information or contact Kate Coulter at email@example.com or 484-266-1216.
All of these sessions were recorded through Zoom by WCASD Mental Health Specialists and other pupil services staff.
Visit the Community Workshop webpage for information on additional parent workshops.
Health at Every Size
January 12, 2023 @ 6:30 pm. This an insightful talk about creating a healthy body-positive environment for you and your family.
View the recording from: Health at Every Size
Parenting in the LBGTQIA+ Community - a supportive parent training
November 3, 2022 at 6:30pm via zoom. Watch the video recording of the workshop.
A journey to look through two different lenses in this session: Parents of LGBTQIA+ youth and Youth with LGBTQIA+ parents. We will talk about how we can be supportive through either lens.
Mining the Treasures in your Child
Watch the Zoom meeting on Mining the Treasures in your Child as it guides families through helpful strategies for building strong foundations that set children on a healthy path for socio-emotional well-being and academic success.
The 5 Love Languages
Watch the Zoom meeting on The 5 Love Languages to learn about the benefits of identifying and understanding love languages.
Building Resilience in Your Child
Watch the Zoom meeting on Building Resilience in Your Child to learn ways to help children who are struggling emotionally.
Parenting Through a Pandemic and Beyond 2020
Watch the Zoom presentation with Rachael and Dr. Lou Parenting Through a Pandemic and Beyond 2020 to help families be emotionally healthy in 2021. Please review a helpful tip sheet shared from the presentation.
Impact of Stress: Strategies to Help
View Video Recording from Impact of Stress: Strategies to Help
Behavior and Contingencies
View Video Recording from Behavior and Contingencies
Supporting Positive Relationships
View the recording from Supporting Positive Relationships, PowerPoint Presentation
Signs of Struggling: Strategies to Help
View the recording from Signs of Struggling: Strategies to Help
Identifying Signs of Anxiety & Depression in Children
View the recording from Identifying Signs of Anxiety & Depression in Children and the slide show presentation from the mental health specialists
Parenting your Kids at the Speed Of Life: Everyday Strategies for Success!
These individual and virtual parenting classes with distinct topics and strategies are facilitated by Kate Coulter, MS, LPC, and Carol DeMarco, MSW - both WCASD counselors. Techniques and conversations are direct, easily applicable, and flexible enough to fit your family.