SOCIAL EMOTIONAL ARTS

 

The Social Emotional Arts (SEA) Program, created by UCLArts and Healing, empowers and trains educators and arts professionals to maximize the social-emotional benefits of artistic experiences. UCLArts and Healing is an organizational member of the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine. The program combines art making and creative approaches with social, emotional and cognitive learning objectives to meet the needs of populations served. 

 

Amy Phillips is a Certified Social Emotional Arts Facilitator. 

 

 

SOCIAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:

Recognizing feelings

Understanding other perspectives

Understanding cultural uniqueness of self and peers

Taking turns

Listening/sharing

Problem solving 

Connecting through shared experience

Communication skills

 

EMOTIONAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:

Identifying and labeling feelings

Stress management

Developing coping strategies

Self-awareness

Self-esteem

Decreasing self-judgment

Embracing self-definition

Increasing self-identity

 

COGNITIVE LEARNING OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:

Decision-making

Planning/organizing

Breaking down large tasks

Understanding new concepts

Critical thinking

Being able to stand up for self and peers

Cause and effect

Goal setting

Future-oriented thinking

Attention to the big picture 

Analytical skill building

 

 


 

 

 
 
 
    Amy Phillips         310-200-8709
            amyphillips94@sbcglobal.net
   
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