Center on the Social & Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (website) - CSEFEL center focused on promoting the social & emotional development & school readiness of young children birth to age 5. CSEFEL also offers 6 parent training modules.
Inventory of Practices for Promoting Children's Social Emotional Competence -Designed to be used by individuals or teams to identify training needs related to 4 general areas: (a) building positive relationships, (b) creating supportive environments, (c) social emotional teaching strategies & (d) individualized intensive interventions. The Inventory encourages self-reflection, opportunities for teaming across roles & promotes effective practices. Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL)
Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children (website) - TACSEI uses research to develop & offer free products & resources to improve social emotional outcomes.
Backpack Connection Series (webpage) - From TACSEI, a series of handouts with suggestions to help children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior.
Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (website) -ECTA Center offers information to improve service systems & outcomes for children and families.
Zero to Three National Center for Infants, Toddlers & Families (website) - information about brain development, early childhood mental health, promoting social emotional development, temperament and more.
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health (website) - Committed to promoting and improving social & emotional outcomes for all children, youth & their families by informing and supporting coordinated systems.
Teaching Self-Control to Preschoolers (website) - National Public Radio cites new research that supports the importance of teaching self-control in preschool.
Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (website) - WI-AIMH promotes the healthy social and emotional development of Wisconsin children from birth to age 5. WI-AIMH is compiling a database of infant mental health clinicians in Wisconsin.
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