Our livestream training events provide you with 1.5 hours of our latest thinking, practical strategies, and insightful information on important topics related to social, emotional, and academic learning. Our social cognition experts and practitioners share insights, tips, and tools gleaned from current research and decades of evidence-based practice while supporting and learning from neurodivergent and neurotypical social learners ages 4– 80+. During our livestream courses, select comments and questions submitted by attendees on the moderated chat stream are addressed during the Q&A session with the course instructor and moderator. CE credit is available for eligible professions.
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Loneliness is a dangerous national epidemic that has been growing in depth and complexity for many years. Loneliness not only endangers our mental and physical health, but it also can make us less kind and caring toward others, resulting at times in misbehavior at schools and within our communities. We’ll explore a range of research-informed ways we can cultivate meaningful relationships with others to foster our well-being, as well as kindness, empathy, and generosity of spirit toward others. Now more than ever, building social awareness, managing anxiety, and developing social communication strategies to combat this growing crisis of loneliness is critical for school-age children, tweens and teens, and all the way through the adult years.