Emotional ABC Now Available for Child Therapists and Pediatric Behavioral Health Professionals

Emotional ABC

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Regulation of emotions and social skills

Emotional ABCs, the most award-winning emotion regulation and social skills program in the United States, now available for child therapists and pediatric behavioral health professionals.

The ability for therapists to have children practice new skills interactively and online in the home environment, as well as the ability to fully involve parents and caregivers, is a game-changer. »

— Ross Brodie, CEO, Emotional ABC

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Emotional ABC now offers mental health professionals an interactive, child-friendly, online social-emotional program to help clients (ages 4-11) develop generalizable social-emotional skills. Emotional ABCs can be used both in session and at home.

The evidence-based The program is currently used by school counsellors, teachers and parents in 120 countries and in 118,000 schools worldwide, including 38,000 special education classrooms and more than a dozen children’s hospitals.

“The Emotional ABC helps behavioral health professionals solve questions like, ‘How can I better engage my client in the hard work of learning social and emotional skills? How can I help my clients and their caregivers reinforce the skills learned during their sessions,” says Ross Brodie, CEO, Emotional ABCs. “The ability for therapists to have children practice new skills interactively and online at home, as well as the ability to fully engage parents and guardians is a game-changer. »

Emotional ABCs provides therapists, psychologists, pediatricians and other behavioral health professionals with multi-user accounts. Therapists within a practice can access the full range of Emotional ABCs sequential program and support resources. They can invite parents to create a child’s “customer account” for interactive online practice in session or at home. With the in-home option, parents and caregivers can now be an integral part of the therapists’ care plan.

Additionally, the extensive Emotional ABCs instructor libraries are indexed by topic, allowing behavioral health professionals to quickly identify specific online and offline content to easily create a tailored care module for their clients. The Emotional ABC also includes workshops, listed by topic, which can be used sequentially or as needed to support group sessions.

The Emotional ABCs program is one of five programs this year to receive the highest approval, SELect status, from CASEL (Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning). Among other awards, Emotional ABCs is a “Best Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning” by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), a first Anthem Award Winner for goal- and mission-oriented work, and a “Top Pick for Learning” from Common Sense Education.

ABC Emotional’s goal is to equip children with excellent emotional skills, helping them confidently manage their emotions and make good decisions. Emotional ABCs provides behavioral health specialists with child-friendly interactive online materials in the core areas of emotion recognition and communication, self-awareness, social awareness, and emotion regulation.

Emotional ABCs is the most award-winning and widely used emotional regulation and social skills program in the United States for children ages 4-11. Our interactive online learning materials are designed for children ages 4-11 and teach children how to understand what they are feeling, why they are having those emotions, and how to make better choices for lifelong emotional resilience. Our core curriculum is currently used by parents, teachers and therapists in 120 countries, in the classrooms of 118,000 schools (including more than 38,000 special education classrooms) and by children’s hospitals across the United States. Recent accolades include the inaugural Anthem Award for purpose and mission-oriented work, the CODiE Award, a winner of the Association of School Librarians’ “Best Digital Tool for Teaching and Learning” and Common Sense Education’s “Top Pick for Learning”. more about us at EmotionalABCs.com.

Nathan Brodi
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