Category archive: Social Emotional Evidence Based Practices

2011-34DUP What Works Socio-Emotional

1 Publication #2011- 34 4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 350, Washington, DC 20008 Phone 202-572-6000 Fax 202-362-8420 www.childtrends.org WHAT WORKS TO PREVENT OR REDUCE INTERNALIZING PROBLEMS OR SOCIO-EMOTIONAL DIFFICULTIES IN ADOLESCENTS: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Social Interventions Mary Terzian, Ph.D., M.S.W., Katie Hamilton, M.A., and Sara Ericson, B.S. December 2011 OVERVIEW Left untreated, internalizing…

Social Emotional Learning

Strong evidence indicates that social emotional learning contributes to academic success.  There are a variety of evidenced-based practices and programs available for use in our schools.  The following fact sheet includes information on programs and/or approaches and their efficacy in preventing or reducing internalizing problems or socio-emotional difficulties in adolescents such as depression, anxiety, suicidal…

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