POST COVIDCOVID has impacted Educators, Parents and Students!
As an educator you are on the front line of teens’ development. You play a crucial role in supporting students’ resilience, coping skills, and positive perspectives as they emerge. This seminar gives a framework for moving forward by implementing the benefits of social emotional learning competencies.
By applying this knowledge in your classroom setting you’ll be prepared to help students …
Develop healthy identities and promote self-esteem
Manage emotions while achieving personal goals
Feel and show empathy for others
Improve problem solving skills & learning competencies
Establish and maintain supportive relationships
AboutAbout Your Presenters
Eve Loren Goldstein, Psy.D. & Danielle Matthew, LMFT have teamed up to create this dynamic new seminar! This seminar is PACKED with strategies and tools for tackling important issues confronting students and parents today!
Dr. Eve Loren Goldstein
Eve Loren Goldstein, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist and learning disabilities specialist who helps children and adolescents develop the skills necessary to feel comfortable and confident across home, school, and social settings. Dr. Goldstein is a clinician, executive functioning trainer, speaker, mental health advocate, and works bi-coastally as the director of Westchester Child Therapy in Scarsdale, NY, and Calabasas Child and Adolescent Psychology in Calabasas, CA.
Danielle Matthew, LMFT
Danielle Matthew, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, founder of The Empowerment Space, bullying expert, and the author of The Empowered Child. She helps adolescents and teens who are struggling due to issues such as bullying, anxiety, severe stress, low self-esteem, and depression.
AboutWhy this Seminar?
Through this practical seminar, educators and school counselors will enhance their versatility with social emotional learning tools. Based on research, these tools:
Improve competencies like persistence in the face of challenges
Help create better self-esteem and more positive attitudes about oneself, the people around you, and school
Increase positive social interactions
Improve teacher wellbeing and the effectiveness of teaching
Result in higher grades and scores on achievement tests
TESTIMONIALSOur Feedback from Educators
I will be using the S.M.A.R.T Goals acronym to help my students envision their goals in a realistic, concrete manner.
Very knowledgeable and great shared resources.
Excellent content and practical applications.
I really valued the review of Erikson’s stages and development and the connection with SEL!
Eve Goldstein & Danielle Matthew were very engaging. It was helpful to have case examples to present the information, and actionable techniques that can be implemented with youth.
One takeaway from this seminar is that trauma can take on various forms and those can change depending on the day, so it’s important to work with students where they are at in that moment and take on an empathy-first approach.
Thank you for the practical applications and intervention ideas! Very knowledgeable and great shared resources.
I really enjoyed the stories the presenters shared about their own experiences helping students post-pandemic. It gives me insight into some of the challenges students face when heading back to the classroom.