Social and Emotional Learning
Addressing Behavioral Health in Your School
Aiming to empower school communities with the necessary information and skills to address students’ social, emotional, and behavioral needs, the Clough Foundation's Training and Access Project (TAP), a part of the Boston Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Partnerships (BCHNP) provides self-paced online courses for educators everywhere - free of charge.
All trainings feature interviews with educators and clinicians who share insights and strategies that work in the classroom. Participants will have access to resources and team discussion topics to continue the learning beyond the online training, as well as a certificate of completion.
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An Overview of Social Emotional Development
What We Can Expect in the Classroom
A foundational understanding of social-emotional development and strategies for educators to enhance students' skills in their classroom or school.
An Introduction to Behavioral Health in Schools
Supports for Students
Key concepts on behavioral health, strategies to support students in the classroom, and tools to support students and caregivers in accessing services.
Managing Behavior Health Crises in Schools
Steps for creating a comprehensive plan that includes training, prevention strategies, supports in the moment, supports for students after a crisis, and follow-up to help schools manage crises more effectively.