Teaching Emotional Regulation and Problem Solving
Participants will learn:
• about the importance of social and emotional learning.
• how to help students make better social decisions.
• concrete, evidence-based strategies to teach students skills for emotional regulation.
• strategies to help students develop problem-solving skills.
This workshop will feature:
Erin Bruno, Coordinator for Rutgers, the State University’s Behavioral HealthCare's Social Decision Making/Problem Solving Program and faculty member of the Social Emotional Learning Academy.
Erin has more than 20 years of experience in the field of emotional intelligence, social and emotional learning, conflict resolution, and anger management. A sought-after speaker, she has presented at many conferences across the United States and has assisted in the writing and publishing of the Social Decision Making and Problem Solving Curriculums. She has worked extensively with administrators, teachers, mental health professionals, parents and students.
This program is offered as an outreach service to the greater education community in and around Southern New Jersey. There is no cost for the workshop or lunch.
3 CEU Credits for Educators will be offered.