Welcome to Your Social Emotional Education

My name is Jamelle Zablow-Moloney, owner and operator of Bare Roots Energy, and  licensed Special Educator since 2008. Through my teaching career I have specialized in social-emotional education, individualized instruction, and social-emotional curriculum design. Now, I've taken that skill set to the public to offer this benefit outside of the traditional public school classroom. In a world of turmoil, join me, and find your own skill set in social emotional wellbeing here. 

Social Skills Class Description & Details

Has therapy become too expensive for your ailing pre-teen? Is the school counselor tapped out this year from your child's school's endless needs? This is the situation I found myself in year after year with my own children, which led me to open up my doors to my neighborhood and community families in need. 


Kids need to talk. We all need to talk, and sometimes it's either unaffordable or inconvenient to find the right person or group to get it all out with. Look no further! Bare Roots Energy offers social emotional courses with like-minded individuals who need affordable counseling alternatives and formalized education in the area of social skills and emotional regulation. 


With 15 years of experience as a Special Educator teaching social skills directly in the k-12 classrooms, I have seen the impact that direct instruction and group work can have on struggling students, as well as the adults in their lives. Using the concepts of the Circle of Courage, my instruction focuses on the whole person and the whole family, taking a realistic approach to processing emotions and building skills that follow students into their daily lives for use in real time. This class offers planned lessons and meditation services, and teaches SMART Goals, executive functioning skills, emotional regulation, conversation navigation, life skills, thought regulation, and metacognitive skills, just to name a few. 

Individuals of all needs, ages, and disabilities are served here!

Classes and groups are

  • Available for children K-12, and beyond

  • Available for individuals with disabilities

  • Available in one on one or group settings 

  • Always tailored to the needs of the individual and the group

  • Include open conversation

  • Teach coping strategies 

  • Teach through role play

  • Organized by age and need

  • Comes with an online classroom

  • Taught by me, a licensed Special Educator

  • Available in person at our local library, or online through Zoom

  • Flexible in scheduling

  • Offered in 30 minute or hour long increments


30 minute Online classes $10 each

1 hour Online classes $30 (due to planning)

30 minute in person classes $20

1 hour in person classes $35