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  Social Emotional Learning
    Training Descriptions
  SEL 101
    What is SEL?
    Core SEL Competencies

  Welcome to SEL Social emotional learning (SEL) is the process of helping children and adults develop the fundamental life skills needed to be successful at school, work, home, and community. Those skills include self-awareness, managing emotions, establishing healthy relationships and making sound and ethical decisions.

What is CNY Social Emotional Learning Training?
CNY Social Emotional Learning Training will transform learning environments for students, parents, and educators. The SEL training will enrich whole school communities by helping educators meet the highest standards of social and emotional learning and educational achievement. Contact Community Services has a long history of providing social and emotional support services to students and educators in Central New York. We have been a leader in youth development programming, anger management, character education, communication skills, mental health support for youth, and related SEL competencies. Our history and expertise in this field have led to the launching of the CNY Social Emotional Learning Training. Find out more about our wide range of social, emotional and mental health services at .

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A program of Contact Community Services
6311 Court Street Road, East Syracuse, NY 13057
phone: 315-251-1400   fax: 315-251-2218

CNY Social Emotional Learning Institute (CNY SEL Syracuse) offers summer training, a yearly regional summit, consultation, resources and evidence-based practices to help Central New York educators deliver the highest standards of social and emotional learning and educational achievement and promote student success.

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"I will use the great behavioral interventions that were given to me. I also like the list of non-food rewards."


"The training reminded me that parents are valuable resources that are often overlooked."


"Good information and well-organized. Very helpful day."


"This training will contribute to our NYS-PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) planning."