Social Emotional Learning & Well-being: High School & Transition to Adulthood
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SKU: OL8387

Published: 2022

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Non-Member Price: $34.95

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Joyce E Rioux, EdD, OTR/L, SCSS, FAOTA 

Assistant Director of Therapies

Capitol Region Education Council in Connecticut

Credit:  .1 AOTA CEU (1 contact hour/1.25 NBCOT PDUs)


This course was put together to align with futurist planning. This course will take you through the steps to begin building your knowledge, skills, awareness of best practice, and awarenss of available resources. The first section will focus on the goals, then to consideration of what is currently happening in your practice and schools, continuing on to building your skills and finally to determining next steps.

There are eight defined steps beginning with identifying hopes and dreams of your students and proceeding with sensing their goal, examining what it is like now, identifying people to enroll in supporting students and programming, recognizing ways to build strength, charting action for your next steps and planning your work and concluding with committing to the first step. The focus of this course is toward high school students.


Learning Objectives:

Following this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Describe the role that SEL competencies play in improving outcomes for high school students.
  • Identify ways for your practice to build high school students’ SEL competence, well-being, and capacity for the future.
  • Identify next steps for linking student’s social emotional learning and well-being to improved outcomes in preparation for adulthood.


This course is open to all OT practitioners and is also part of the Professional Certificate in School Based Practice.

Difficulty level:  Intermediate

Audience: Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistants