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School-Wide Climate and Culture Action Planning: Seneca supports the implementation of positive climate and culture initiatives to build strong and healthy school communities.  Utilizing results from the School Culture and Climate Assessment Inventory (SCAI) and Trauma Informed Matrix, the Seneca team can work with school leadership to develop an annual action plan to address areas of need. 

Social Emotional Curriculum: Seneca teams lead the implementation of a school-wide social-emotional curriculum, including teacher training, coaching, and observations.

Sample List of Evidenced Based Emotional Curriculum:

  • Olweus Anti-Bullying
  • Second-Step
  • Tool-Box
  • Responsive Classrooms
  • I Can Problem Solve

School-Wide Training: Seneca provides training on a wide variety of topics, including Crisis Prevention and Intervention and Understanding and Addressing the Symptoms of Trauma.  In addition, Seneca works with teachers to understand the effects of vicarious trauma and develop practices of self-care.

Social Skills and Therapy Groups: Based on the presenting needs of students, Seneca provides a variety of evidence-based group interventions to students and/or their parents.

Sample Evidenced Based Group Practices:

  • Zones of Regulation 
  • Strong Start
  • SuperFlex
  • Mindfulness
  • Cognitive Behavioral Intervention to Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
  •  Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)
  • 1,2,3 Magic training with parents
Individual/Family Therapy and Case Management: Seneca clinicians address students’ unique mental health needs and goals through a personalized treatment plan that may include individual and family therapy.

Wraparound: Seneca facilitates a wraparound planning process for students and families in need of a comprehensive system of supports.

Personalized Learning Spaces: Seneca provides structured, safe spaces on campus for students to access when they need more individualized academic, behavioral, and social-emotional support in order to complete assignments. 

Collaborative Classroom: To address the needs of groups of students who would otherwise require a more restrictive setting, Seneca partners with schools to create a collaborative classroom, where a district teacher is supported by Seneca’s special education, behavioral, and clinical intervention staff.

Social Emotional Screener:  Seneca facilitates the implementation of a school-wide social emotional screener that identifies students experiencing social-emotional challenges.
Client Satisfaction: Seneca clinicians utilize the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS) to collect regular feedback about students’ experience and the effects of the clinical interventions.

Measuring Growth: Seneca utilizes the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) at regular intervals throughout treatment.  In addition, students receiving Tier Three supports are assessed using the Child and Adolescent Needs Survey (CANS) to drive treatment planning and assess resulting growth.