Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation
- Teaches the essentials of responsible decision-making and self-control
- Designed to help increase the long-term impact of your work with children!
- Suitable for ages 5 to 14, individual and group work
By Brad Chapin
Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this single resource you will be able to address children's anger problems academic performance challenges anxieties school safety issues self-esteem social skills and much more.
From the creator of the popular web-based Challenge Software program for children comes a resource that provides a solid yet flexible foundation for intervention. The individual strategies are presented in a simple step-by-step process using lessons activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used individually for a quick intervention with children. They can also be used to create dozens of unique curricula tailor-made to target specific problem areas for small therapy groups or classrooms.
As the term 'self-regulation' suggests this approach focuses on teaching children how to regulate their own emotions and behaviors. The authors have split the self-regulation training process into three functional area: physical emotional and cognitive. Using strategies based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavioral psychology this resource will help you move children progressively through skill areas in each of these three domains.
The strategies are creative fresh and engaging in a way to help create change quickly. This resource was designed to help professionals increase the long-term impact of their work with children.
Grades K-9, 110 Pages, Black/White illustration, paperback, 8.5 X 11 inches