A May 2014 EdWeek article suggested that in order for educators to be "certain that standard disciplinary policies do not unintentionally set the foundation for "school-to-prison" pipelines, teachers need to be informed of neurobiology and how to establish emotionally secure relationships with students that respect their toxic stress.”
National consultant, author and therapist Brad Chapin has developed a framework that has been proven to help educators to establish these emotionally secure relationships and to equip students for challenges in life – a process he calls Self-Regulation. Self-Regulation includes a set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction.
When a teen is lacking in his/her ability to self-regulate emotions and behavior, negative outcomes are easily observable. Helping young people improve their Self-Regulation skills can help them to better handle anger issues, anxieties, impulsiveness, academic performance, classroom behavior challenges, self-esteem struggles, social troubles and more. Helping students improve their Self-Regulation skills helps teachers, counselors, social workers, administrators and other educators to bring about observable and sustained positive changes in young people.
In this strategy-packed 90-minute webinar, Brad Chapin will provide concrete lessons targeting each of the 3 skill-training areas identified in the Self-Regulation Training System (Physical, Emotional and Cognitive). Included will be practical insights, recommendations and learning activities that are based upon the evidence-based approaches used in cognitive-behavior psychology. The content of this seminar is consistent with the principles underlying the RTI/MTSS, PBIS and Responsibility-Centered Discipline movements. The presenter will provide attendees with creative, fresh and engaging approaches for individual students, small groups and classrooms in middle and secondary schools.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
A PowerPoint presentation will accompany the live presentation. A resource packet including this presentation will be emailed to each registrant via the email address provided at registration.
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Brad is a masters level psychologist and a national speaker in the area of Self-Regulation. He is also the Director for Children's Services at a regional mental health center. Brad has a passion for teaching parents and school professionals the importance of helping children develop healthy Self-Regulation skills. He continues to create innovative strategies utilizing technology to engage children in the process. Brad believes that Self-Regulation provides an easy-to-learn and easy-to-implement framework for addressing many of the problem areas children and families experience including ADHD, anger/behavior problems, academic issues, social/emotional problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders and anxiety/depression. Brad is the author of Helping Young People Learn About Self-Regulation, Helping Teens Learn About Self-Regulation and the creator of the Challenge Software (www.cpschallenge.com) program for children.