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.
Managing Personal Finances
Job Skills Training
Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
Food Shopping and Preparation