Sel360

SEL360 is an organization of youth service professionals who collaborate via round-table discussions to reduce the stigma, create more awareness, and provide support for students and their parents dealing with mental health issues.

Operating as usual

Sel360 updated their website address. 09/14/2021

Sel360 updated their website address.

Sel360 updated their website address.

SEL360: Social Emotional Learning for our Youth, organized by Dov Shapiro 07/29/2021

SEL360: Social Emotional Learning for our Youth, organized by Dov Shapiro

Hello Community!

As we eagerly await approval for our status as a non-profit and thus access to grant funding, we hope to kick-start the SEL initiative through the support from those able to contribute donations to our gofundme ❤

https://gofund.me/f390980c

SEL360: Social Emotional Learning for our Youth, organized by Dov Shapiro Here’s the problem: COVID-19 and student Mental Health are leaving a de… Dov Shapiro needs your support for SEL360: Social Emotional Learning for our Youth

07/28/2021

LatinX Edition: Sentir tus Emociones

Join Vanesa Curutchet and Corina Paredes for our first bilingual offering! LatinX Edition: Feel your Feelings

07/27/2021

Excited to offer our first bilingual interview! Francais is soon to come)... Stay tuned for the share tomorrow

Excited to offer our first bilingual interview! Francais is soon to come)... Stay tuned for the share tomorrow

07/18/2021

Addiction Series (Pt. 1): Mindfulness

Excited to share with you how mindfulness helps in everyday life and its role in treating addiction.

Meet Travis Champion: Mindfulness resilience coach at Making Mindful Moves to discuss the topic.

Topics include: defining mindfulness, exploring the different paths to recovery and making the choice.

Take away the tools of body scanning, breathing techniques and gentle curiosity.

(Vanesa Curutchet & Tammy Frohlich-Salis)

[06/23/21]   To our Community & Beyond!

As we let out of sigh of relief with Quebec COVID cases lowering and vaccination rates increasing, we continue the momentum of positive change in our future lifestyle in which we can openly and honestly discuss the needs that we have come to surface in our society and how we can best serve them 🙂

At SEL360, we hope to continue conversations that promote awareness and normalize mental health, and are working towards providing more accessible healthcare services... To do so, we are increasing engagement on social medias in order to show potential donors our outreach to have the best chances of receiving funding for our initiative to create a website portal for subsidized mental health services!

We have created an Instagram (@sel360board) to re-share our past content and promote all that is to come... Trust us, there will be lots. Please follow the Instagram and like/share our page to show support for the well-being of Montreal Youth and Mental Health ❤

06/04/2021

SEL360 Addictions Series Part 1: Mindfulness

Excited to share with you how mindfulness helps in everyday life and its role in treating addiction.

Meet Travis Champion: Mindfulness resilience coach at Making Mindful Moves to discuss the topic.

Topics include: defining mindfulness, exploring the different paths to recovery and making the choice.

Take away the tools of body scanning, breathing techniques and gentle curiosity.

(Vanesa & Tammy)

Photos from Sel360's post 05/31/2021

Stay tuned... Mindfulness coming to you later this week :)

Note: This will be starting a series of addiction related interviews that will be released throughout the Month!

05/24/2021

Eating Disorders Series Part 3; Exercise Addiction.
Hear from Dov Bear Shapiro, Miriam Yaffe Rabinovitch, Arielle BZ, Liam Fowler, Jaclyn Mestel, and Lauren Gins Kaplan as they discuss a socially accepted - and even supported - addiction in the form of Obsessive Exercise.

Perspectives account for personal experience and the observed manifestations within the realms of exercise instructors, therapists, social workers and empaths.

Takeaways include pulling back the curtain on unhealthy exercise demands, shedding light on what might actually be motivating our exercise habits, and working to understand how much is too much.

Join us and share in our continued effort to normalize the mental health challenges we face in effort to raise awareness and shift the paradigm of our world towards support and self-care.

05/06/2021

Will Smith is an inspiration.

I’m gonna be real wit yall - I’m in the worst shape of my life.

The Other Side of Languishing Is Flourishing. Here’s How to Get There. 05/05/2021

The Other Side of Languishing Is Flourishing. Here’s How to Get There.

Now that we are aware of the Languishing... How about looking forward to our future Thriving 😎

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/04/well/mind/flourishing-languishing.html

The Other Side of Languishing Is Flourishing. Here’s How to Get There. Research shows that the pandemic took a toll on our overall well-being and left many of us drained. Here are seven simple steps to get you thriving again.

There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing 04/28/2021

There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing

Got the blah's or feeling "meh"?

There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing The neglected middle child of mental health can dull your motivation and focus — and it may be the dominant emotion of 2021.

04/23/2021

SEL360 Series - Stigma around mental health challenges.
We met with Jason Finucan to discuss the topic and we are so grateful to share this amazing interview with you! Jason, is the founder of Stigma Zero and wrote the book Jason 1, Stigma 0.
www.stigmazero.com

Why Kids Need Mental Health Days, Too — Especially Right Now 03/19/2021

Why Kids Need Mental Health Days, Too — Especially Right Now

Why Kids Need Mental Health Days, Too — Especially Right Now The pandemic has created added anxiety and pressures on children. Here's what parents can do to help.

02/27/2021

Part 2 on Eating Disorders; Reframing body image.
To culminate EDAW in the US this week, we spoke with holistic health advocate and podcast host Emily Feikls to continue the conversation to normalize a more comprehensive understanding of what eating disorders look like and strategies to help recover. Our stories led us to discuss the role of body image in disordered eating, reframing self-talk, the rollercoaster that is recovery, and where to find support. Main takeaways include the value of body appreciation, our capacities to heal, the power of shared experience to cultivate community and a sense of empowerment, and the discovery of gold in our wound
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Please join in the conversation and you are invited to reach out to us with any thoughts. Follow Emily on social media @emilyfeikls on Instagram) and listen to her podcast (Let’s Thrive on Spotify) for more of the shared experience!
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02/06/2021

SEL360 Round Table on Eating Disorders

I invite you to talk about it 💕

02/05/2021

SEL360 Round Table on Eating Disorders

During the Eating Disoders Awareness Week in Canada, we got together with 3 of our Board Members to discuss the topic from diffrent perspectives Our mission is to increase awereness, reduce stigma and provide ressoiurces. In service and connected for mental healh! D&V

11/18/2020

The gift of glving interview

This is an inspiring story of McGill students who, through a collective community, in a time of crisis, came together to cook for those in need.

10/15/2020

In case you missed last night’s Facebook Live event about laughter yoga with Arielle Ben-Zaken and Liliana De Leo, check it out below!

10/13/2020

Tune in to the Facebook Live event, tomorrow night at 8pm, for a conversation between social worker Arielle Ben-Zaken and laughter yoga instructor, Liliana De Leo, to learn more about the practice of laughter yoga!

youtube.com 10/07/2020

Reasons to Laugh | Liliana DeLeo | TEDxMontrealWomen

They say laughter is the best medicine. Take a look at this TedTalk by laughter yoga teacher, Liliana De Leo, about the impact that laughing has on the human body!

youtube.com Can laughter help reduce illness, improve quality of life and change our perception of the world? Science shows that engaging in daily laughter is one step i...

[09/10/20]   Good Evening Everyone,

Our apologies for the technical difficulties for our FB live event tonight. We are in the process of setting up an alternative time and will have an update shortly.

Thank you for your understanding!

[09/09/20]   Join us on tonight, at 8pm, for a 1-hour live streamed Facebook video conference, lead by Parneet Chohan, a psychosomatic therapist, about LGBTQ2+ experiences with Mental Health, especially during quarantine.

Studies show that LGBTQ2+ people are exponentially more likely to suffer from a wide range of social and mental health concerns, and experiences of isolation during the global pandemic are amplifying the existing struggles felt by q***r people.

youtube.com 07/30/2020

Reasons to Laugh | Liliana DeLeo | TEDxMontrealWomen

They say laughter is the best medicine. LIVE, LOVE, LAUGH (often).

youtube.com Can laughter help reduce illness, improve quality of life and change our perception of the world? Science shows that engaging in daily laughter is one step i...

06/24/2020
05/21/2020

Emotional stress and fatigue - How Covid-19 has changed us.

If you missed the live video, this is the recording of our interview with renowned social worker, and TedX Speaker, Stephanie Erickson. We discuss the new dynamics in the household, and how it has created emotional stress and fatigue for many.

05/08/2020

We are searching for celebrities and influencers. SEL360 is producing youth mental health awareness interviews for teens. If you know anyone who would be interested in helping us support teenagers who may be struggling with their mental health during this crisis, please connect with us. Thank you. Stay safe and healthy.

05/07/2020

Grieving during a global pandemic. Why do I feel the way I do?

During a crisis, grief comes in many forms. Whether your grieving process began BEFORE or DURING this period, a pandemic amplifies your emotional state. Renowned Social Worker, and published author, Corrie Sirota, who specializes in loss and bereavement, discusses how Covid-19 has made an impact on our mental health as a result of the loss of life, illness, job security, cancelled social events, and celebrations. We all need to grieve. It's normal and it's healthy for our mind, body, and soul.

04/19/2020
04/15/2020

SEL360 Inaugural Event

SEL360 is an organization of youth service professionals who collaborate via round-table discussions to reduce the stigma, create more awareness, and provide support for students and their parents dealing with mental health issues in the Montreal community. Our mission is to help reduce levels of student anxiety, depression, su***de, and other mental health issues.

04/14/2020

TWO RELIGIOUS LEADERS, ONE UNITED MESSAGE.
Join us in a 1-hour live streamed Facebook video conference, with Father Francis, and Rabbi Levi Mushkin Itkin, this upcoming Sunday, April 20th, at 2pm.
Topics Include:

ϖ The shattering impact of COVID-19 on families & households - how faith is taking its role.

ϖ Deep and disproportionate anxiety around this viral pandemic (about death, disease, fear of infection, etc) because it touches ''meaning'' about life.

ϖ Faith as an antidote to anxiety

"What Is In Your Hands?"

themighty.com 04/14/2020

5 Ways to Help Kids Manage Anxiety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Ways to help kids Manage Anxiety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

themighty.com #1 is essential for helping anxious kids.

04/12/2020
04/07/2020

SEL360 Connected For Mental Health - Inauguration

Connected. United. Together.
Now, more than ever before - for mental health.

At SEL360, our mission is to help eradicate the public and self-stigma of mental health challenges, reduce levels of student anxiety, depression, su***de, an...

04/07/2020

A heartfelt thanks to our Sel360 Board Members:

Miriam Yaffe Rabinovitch, Levi Mushkie Itkin, Tammy Frohlich-Salis, Gab Dadoun, Dov Bear Shapiro, Vanesa Curutchet, Delia Noel, S.C.C, MA., Dr Yaniv Elharrar, Ph.D. Psychologist, Julia Caddy, Student Speaker, Gab Dadoun, David Hawkins

Together we will help eradicate the stigma of mental health challenges!

Connected for Mental Health

SEL360 is an organization of youth service professionals who collaborate via round-table discussions to: 1- reduce the stigma, 2- create more awareness, and 3- provide support for students and their parents dealing with mental health issues in the Montreal community.

Our mission is to help reduce levels of student anxiety, depression, su***de, and other mental health issues.

SEL360 is armed to create awareness and support for children, parents and caregivers who are suffering from anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation (ADSI). Our research-based solutions, possible through collaborations with local and international Mental Health Service Professionals helps inform and educate the public about escalating issues that may still be invisible.

What is Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)?

Videos (show all)

LatinX Edition: Sentir tus Emociones
Addiction Series (Pt. 1): Mindfulness
SEL360 Addictions Series Part 1: Mindfulness
SEL360 Round Table on Eating Disorders
The gift of glving interview
Emotional stress and fatigue - How Covid-19 has changed us.
Grieving during a global pandemic. Why do I feel the way I do?

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