Self-Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds
Product Code : MPS8-13858
Learn to use the somatic interventions of grounding, mindful awareness, and tracking sensations to help children and adolescents improve self-regulation. This valuable resource for counselors, teachers, and behavior specialists is practical and ready-to-use.
Chapters 1-3 provide research-based information about the connections between emotional intelligence, somatic experience, emotional regulation, and relationships and the ability to self-regulate. Chapter 4 Is a how-to for using somatic interventions. Chapter 5 discusses the therapeutic use of solution-focused approaches in developing self-regulation. Chapter 6 presents the model for use in the schools and mental health settings to help children and adolescents regulate their emotions and behaviors. Vignettes and case examples are used throughout for illustration.
- Appendix A: Tools every tool needed for Assessment, Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, and Crisis Response, in reproducible form.
- Appendix B: Activities many lesson/activity plans for use in individual and group settings to teach skills for the Caregiver and for the Student in self-regulation (Grounding, Mindful Awareness, and Tracking Sensations) and the CASEL skills areas (Self-Awareness, Social Awareness, Self-Management, Responsible Decision Making, and Relationship Skills). Included is an excerpt from The Sensation Game by Kris Downing.
288-page E-Book (includes Apendix A and Appendix B reproducible materials and 2 excel files as separate resources) 2011
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