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Be Well with SEL, LLC

Be Well with SEL, LLC offers social emotional learning (SEL) groups and workshops for students.

During the fall, winter, and spring, SEL groups are held once per week. Classes meet 60 minutes for 5 weeks OR 45 minutes for 6 weeks (please check flyers each session!)
Group topics, days, and grade levels are rota
ted every 2 months.

During the summertime, SEL mini camps are offered.
Mini camps meet for 3 consecutive days, 90 minutes per day.
Lego camps are also offered. Lego camps meet for 4 consecutive days, 2.5 hours per day. 

The September-October schedule of SEL groups will be released in the beginning of August

Jefferson Office Park
800 Turnpike Street, Suite 26 (1st floor)
North Andover, MA 01845

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Be Well with SEL is offering 2 Lego themed SEL camps and 9 SEL mini camps!
Please visit our summer 2024 section to see camp flyers or to register.

Questioning whether a SEL group is right for your child?

Check out the FAQ section for helpful answers, or the Services section for a listing and description of all SEL groups offered.

What is SEL?

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which students acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to recognize and manage their emotions, demonstrate care and concern for others, establish positive relationships, and make responsible decisions, handle challenging conditions constructively, and much more.

Be Well with SEL, LLC
Partnering with Schools and Families

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is crucial for young children, as it provides a foundation for safe and positive learning, and enhances students' ability to succeed in school, careers, and life. Teaching social skills and emotional literacy in the classroom, or other small setting, builds vocabulary and language, as well as the skills to handle everyday situations in a healthy way. SEL lessons help children learn to self-manage and handle their emotions, as well as solve conflicts, show respect, and build relationships. Learning and practicing these skills, early and often, is proven to promote mental health and academic success.   

Kristen Perrotti, founder of Be Well with SEL, LLC partners with schools and families to provide whole class and small group SEL lessons, including anxiety management, anger management, self-regulation, social skills, friendship skills, self-esteem, school readiness and more. Students who participate in her lessons will learn tools and strategies to manage their emotions and behavior in an appropriate manner. 

Research confirms and school staff agree: Social and emotional competencies can be taught, modeled, and practiced, and lead to positive student outcomes that are important for success in school and in life. Students who participate in SEL programs show increased academic performance, improved classroom behavior, higher ability to manage stress and depression, and better attitudes about themselves, others, and school.

To learn more about the benefits of SEL, visit:


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School and Community Center Clients

whole class or small group SEL lessons
offered at public and private schools, as well as community based centers

Schools and community based centers may contract with Be Well with SEL, LLC to receive weekly, monthly, or other agreed upon amount of SEL lessons. The format may be whole class or small group sessions. Upon lesson completion, students will have been exposed to a variety of skills that assist with their social, emotional, and academic growth.

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Individual Clients

small group SEL lessons

Be Well with SEL's office/North Andover

Families may enroll their child to participate in a small group session that focuses on a specific skill area. Group sessions are held once per week. Classes meet 45 minutes for 6 weeks OR 60 minutes for 5 weeks (please check flyers each session). Upon group completion, students will be exposed to skills and strategies to use when they experience the specific emotion or event in the future.

*Be Well with SEL also offers 
for teams and clubs (girl scouts, dance teams, etc.)

5 Core Competencies of SEL

adapted from CASEL

According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) there are five broad and interrelated areas of SEL competence: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. The CASEL 5 can be taught and applied at various developmental stages from childhood to adulthood and across diverse cultural contexts. Many school districts, states, and countries have used the CASEL 5 to establish preschool to high school learning standards and competencies that articulate what students should know and be able to do for academic success, school and civic engagement, health and wellness, and fulfilling careers. As children master these competencies, they develop concern for others, make good choices, and take responsibility for their behaviors. 


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All lessons and skills delivered from Be Well with SEL, LLC align with one of these 5 core competencies

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