*Treatment refers to using conceptual and strategy-based frameworks to help individuals improve their social thinking, skills, and competencies.
In the final module of our six-module series we define the difference between being friendly and developing friendship through the review of our Friendship Pyramid.
We also explore how this treatment framework can also be used to take data on a student’s emerging social outreach.
How can we help individuals who get stuck on negative emotions notice that those emotions signal a need to problem solve?
How are emotions critical for reading intentions and developing social competencies for increasingly successful social engagement?
Why do negative emotions draw so much attention in our own self-processing?
How do different types of emotions impact our learning and expression of what we notice about ourselves in the world?
To help answer these and other questions, the following topics will be covered: The role of emotions century work skills.
The power of negative emotions, how our mood impacts memories, and how we account for our life through narrative language. Emotions as the undercurrent of social-emotional relationship development and reading intentions.
Watch videos of adults discussing how their social competencies have evolved over time.