SEL is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions.


Mental strength provides a valuable component for establishing resilience. Learn effective techniques for developing mental strength from early ages through out life, and into the golden years. Strength is gained and lost, similarly to money in a bank account which requires more deposits than withdrawals in order to achieve a healthy balance.


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Emotional intelligence, often referred to as EQ, provides the ability to acknowledge and control ones emotions and to empathize.


Mental and emotional resilience is being taught throughout the world from ages five and up. What was once believed to be a talent with immeasurable benefits, is now recognized as a skill that can be taught academically and developed throughout a lifetime.


One does not become a good cook simply by reading and memorizing a cook book. Instead, practicing the art and science of cooking is what makes a great chef. The exercise of applying emotional intelligence knowledge through training is absolutely required in order to develop skills and achieve mental resilience.

Resilience, Inc. provides research-based comprehensive curricula to Kindergarten through 12th-grade schools. We’ve developed a program called SELENA – which stands for Social Emotional Learning Enhancement Application. The program covers the following 5 core topics:

These 5 core topics are broken into 65 brief lessons that can be fit into Language Arts, Social Studies, Health Class, and others. These lessons include topics such as Empathy, Diversity, Resilience, Finding Inspiration, Setting Goals, Anger Management, Gratitude, and others. We also provide this program to parents, students, counselors, athletes, and anyone who has an interest in improving their own mental and emotional intelligence or that of another. To learn more about SELENA, visit our k-12 curriculum outline with 65 modules.