Therapists and therapy groups, including occupational therapists, clinical therapists, special needs professionals, out-of-school time curriculums, and behavior and hospital programs, use Emotional ABCs as part of their work with children and families.
“Emotional ABCs is a great SEL tool for my therapy clients. It is a great resource to assist with emotion regulation and what makes its even better is that my KIDS ENJOY DOING IT. They look forward to it each session! It’s interactive and makes the kids think about their emotions and how they manage them. Parents also love the curriculum and how engaged their children are in sessions. SUCH A GREAT RESOURCE!”
Consider this subscription if you work with a single student/family at a time or if you plan to introduce emotional skills to a small group.
For a single student session, you can use a computer or handheld device to show videos, work through interactive learning tools, and model social-emotional skills. Emotional ABCs is a sequential curriculum, but you can unlock the program to go directly to topics relevant to each client.
You will also have access to the Emotional ABCs Classroom Workshops, designed for teacher-led, in-class instruction. The Workshops elaborate on our Lesson List sequence by using additional offline resources for classroom engagement. Complete Curriculum Structure, Teacher’s Guide, and Print Library are included to help therapists/educators present social-emotional learning concepts in a group setting.
PREMIUM SCHOOLS ACCOUNTS
Consider this subscription if you want to substantially increase your clients’ ability to practice skills presented during therapy sessions, and to more easily involve families in supporting their child’s social emotional growth.
Each client will have an individual sign-in to access the curriculum from home or school/facility. You can assign an at-home review for each session, follow each child’s progress through the program, and the client can create a portfolio of online (and offline) art and visual activities.
Additionally, providing students with home access can significantly increase therapist-to-home SEL communication. Families can become familiar with and use the same language and techniques at home as in therapy sessions.
Note: The “Premium Classroom” designation refers to a group account that includes 30 client/student and two therapist/educator sign-ins. Clients do not need to be in the same “classroom” or progress at the same pace. Once a client has finished the program, you can redesignate the sign-in to a new client.