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Welcome Message

Welcome to the Social Emotional Learning and Wellness (SELWELL) corner of the EPS website. In this section, you will find resources, tools and extension activities for the EPS SELWELL Roadmap, information about the SELWELL department, and options for more help/support from the SELWELL team. 

We hope that you can find something helpful as you take a few moments to explore the tools and resources here. If you still have questions, or can’t find what you need, reach out to us!

We’re here to help. 

Regards, EPS SELWELL Department
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The EPS SELWELL Roadmap

The EPS SELWELL Roadmap is a guide that we have developed to support educators with the 'whats' and the 'hows' of Social Emotional Learning and Wellness in the classroom. During this unprecedented time in education, we know that educators need access to the tools and resources to respond to the Social, Emotional and Wellness needs of your students. This website section of the EPS SELWELL Roadmap is a place to find those supports we couldn't fit into the pocket-guide. 

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ABOUT PATRICK QUIGLEY, LICSW
Patrick Quigley (he/him) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) who obtained his Masters degree from The Silberman School of Social Work and Public Health at Hunter College in New York City. He comes to the work of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) through his experiences leading summer camps and after-school programming in New York City; and through Special Education roles in Massachusetts Ch. 766 independent and public schools over the last decade. 

As a Clinical Social Worker, Patrick’s professional interests center on Child and Adolescent development, Crisis-Response, Trauma-Sensitive-Spaces, and the work of Equity and Social Justice in schools. He specializes in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Program Assessment and Development, Staff Supervision/Consultation and Family/Community/School partnerships.