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Life Skills Matter

You Do Better When You Know Better

Psychosocial competence is a person's ability to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. It is a person's ability to maintain a state of mental well-being and to demonstrate this in adaptive and positive behavior while interacting with others, his/her culture and environment. 


The most direct interventions for social-emotional  competence is to enhance the person's coping resources, and personal and social competencies. In school-based programs for children and adolescents, this can be done by the teaching of life skills in a supportive learning environment.




“The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes”


             ~William James (Psychologist)

Which Life Skills Do You Need?

Character Development

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  • Giving Back to the Community/Volunteerism
  • Work Ethic
  • Self-Confidence
  • Thinking For Self Instead Of Succumbing To Peer Pressure
  • Personal Morals/Ethics/Right From Wrong
  • Caring For Others
  • Self-Discipline
  • Coping With Emotions/Self-Regulation
  • Taking Pride In Work
  • Responsibility/Accountability
  • Self-Determination
  • Resiliency/Grit
  • Honesty


Interpersonal Soft Skills/Social Skills

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  • Collaboration
  • Mannerisms
  • Developing Relationships
  • Being Assertive Without Being Aggressive
  • Leadership
  • Communication Skills
  • Handling Criticism
  • Dealing With Bullying
  • Problem Solving/Critical Thinking
  • Active Listening
  • Taking Direction From Supervisors
  • Managing Personal Conflict
  • Accepting Different Opinions

Functional Life Skills

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Managing Personal Finances

Job Hunting

Job Skills Training

Time Management

Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

Food Shopping and Preparation

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