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SEL Illuminated!

A 10 week program exploring innovative ways to incorporate research-based, classroom-tested SEL with clarity and ease

We begin March 2, 2021

Ignite the power of belonging through Social Emotional Learning

SocialEyes is a consulting and training company dedicated to empowering educational professionals to embed Social Emotional Learning into their daily routines in unique, interactive, and practical ways. 

We offer parent groups experiential opportunities to learn strategies to help their children with emotional regulation, anxiety, and responsible decision making.

Our popular “Stressbusters” workshop teaches large and small groups of students to manage difficult emotions, and disappointments. They are taught portable, therapeutic tools to comfort and soothe their hearts and minds. Students experience empowering, fun exercises that move them toward belonging.

Explore The Different Ways SocialEyes Supports Students and Educational Professionals

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Why SocialEyes Together®

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Does your child or student struggle with…

Anxiety

Friendships

Social Interactions

Working in Groups

Low self-esteem

Bullying

Self-awareness

Impulse Control

The solution is social emotional learning.

You may have read the research, but you don’t know where to turn. We have over 40 years of experience working with children like yours and would love to bring your child or students into our community. We provide the program blending applied improv, mindfulness, and cognitive awareness. You provide the kids.

Perfect for both classroom and small group work.

“The lessons provided are engaging, meaningful, and crucial for our students’ social emotional learning.”

– Kathy Bai, Coordinator, Pupil Services, Old Saybrook Public Schools

“A pre-designed social emotional curriculum helps teachers so they don’t have to create everything from scratch. I liked the games, the actors and the message. “

– Michele O’Neill, Educational Issues Specialist for the Connecticut Education Association