School and Community Programs – Mental Health Skill-Building (MHSB) Training Program
The Child Mind Institute is providing a training opportunity in the School and Community Programs Social-Emotional Learning curriculum (SCP-SEL). The SCP-SEL curriculum is designed to teach students a set of evidence-based coping skills that prepare them to regulate their emotions, manage difficult thoughts and behaviors, interact effectively with others, and engage in relaxation and mindfulness practices to be navigate stressful situations. The SCP-SEL curriculum is designed to be delivered through a six-part workshop series, 40 minutes each, adapted for grades K to 12.
School-based staff in NYC DOE or SFBA who can implement SSP-SEL curriculum to students.
Participants will receive a live four-hour, comprehensive training on the SCP-SEL Curriculum with a Child Mind Institute lead clinician. The SCP-SEL Curriculum consists of six modules focused on:
Helping students to identify and regulate their emotions
Understanding and managing thoughts
Discussing strategies for solving social problems
Learning and practicing a variety of relaxation and mindfulness techniques
Clinicians will guide participants through each module and will offer ideas for how to adapt them to the needs of the students being served. Participants will be encouraged to build upon the curriculum in accordance with their own ideas and styles while ensuring that the key take-aways for each module are included.
If you are interested in receiving this training and have access to students with whom you may provide the SCP-SEL curriculum this school year, we invite you to apply.
Training Details (SFBA)
Date: Thursday, September 23rd | Thursday, October 28th| Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm PST Cost: Free Location: Virtual (ZOOM)