Social Emotional Wellbeing


Children are continuously experiencing different feelings and emotions. We will be presenting how social emotional learning can help children identify their feelings and use appropriate skills to communicate.

We will introduce social emotional learning activities that can be naturally implemented in children’s learning environments. Through evidence-based practices of social emotional learning, children may build resiliency, foster healthy relationships, and enhance their overall development and wellbeing.

Please note this workshop is for teachers, mental health professionals, and parents who have children within the early childhood development years.

Dates & Location

Saturday 11th September, 2021

Children's Museum



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Melisa Valle

Dr. Melisa Valle’s work has focused on research, mental health, early childhood development, and curriculum and instruction for disadvantaged, at-risk…