The Social and Emotional Development Program (SEDP) is a psycho-educational intervention for personal development. I designed & developed this course for adolescents and young adults, but is suited for all ages. This course focuses on Emotional Intelligence and Psycho-social Skills. The learning is facilitated through teaching of the below eight emotional and social skills; accompanied by group/individual activities, and my personal life experience to solidify understanding. Practical tasks, integrated homework, and reflective assessments allow for a guided and supported experience for participants to practice these skills in real life scenarios and come back to the learning environment for ongoing discussion and coaching.
Learning Outcomes and Objectives
By the end of the course, participants can:
· Manage their own thoughts and emotions, as well as recognise and influence the emotions of others.
· Be socially aware, as well as manage and maintain healthy personal and professional relationships.
· Set realistic goals while having the ability to motivate themselves and have the goal orientated behaviour to overcome challenges and setbacks.
· Solve problems and make assertive decisions with the personal responsibility to own the consequences and outcomes of these decisions.
· View life through the lenses of positivity and optimism.
This course can be tailored according to your organisation's needs.
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The ability to recognize how you’re feeling and why you’re feeling that way, as well as the impact your behaviour has on others.
Self-awareness also included discovering your view of yourself and your beliefs of yourself and the world. And noticing how these impacts on your experience of the world.
Self-Regulation, or Self-Management, is the ability to take manage your inner world. The ability to challenge our negative self-talk, to have a positive impact on our feelings and behaviours.
Having the awareness to read others and pay careful attention to how your communication and behaviours affect the feelings, perceptions, and behaviours of other people.
Building the skills to be sensitive and effective in relating to others, such as your, colleagues, friends, family, as well as romantic partners. This involves skills aimed at building and maintaining healthy relationships.
The ability to have a growth mindset towards your life's goals. The ability to view your mistakes and failures as learning opportunities. As well as having the tools and skills needed to reignite your motivation when it is lost.
This is the ability to recognise and act on the areas of your life that you have the power to control. Owning what is yours and having the internal locus of control to understand that no matter the situation or circumstance, that you ultimately have the power to move your life in the direction you want it to go.
The ability to actively find solutions to problems of a personal and interpersonal nature. A lifestyle where we problem-solve creates a more efficient environment. Here you will learn skills that will aid in your ability to solve problems and make assertive decisions.
To think with optimism is not about always being able to see things as positive. Those who engage in optimistic thinking do not ignore problems, or even think that life is perfect. Optimistic thinkers choose to focus on what is good about any situation and what they can do to make it better.