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Self-Regulation is a skill everyone needs to manage the daily trials and tribulations.  Sometimes we become incapacitated to cope, and with all the pressures on our youth, all too often we are seeing more self-regulation needs in this general population.  Managing emotions and monitoring behaviors is a challenge for some.  Self-regulation skills need to be taught and learned so that our youth have the capacity to manage everyday conflicts, preserve under stress and maintain a mentally healthy state of being. 

Learning Outcomes

Learner will demonstrate knowledge of self-regulation, including:

  • Identify sensory processing systems, integration and its impact on modulation
  • Outline executive functions that frequent impact self-regulation
  • Definition of emotional regulation
  • Learner will develop insight into a systematic way to teach students to self-regulate
  • Cite strategies to identify ones level of alertness and emotions and describe how social and contextual cues are used to decipher expected behavior
  • Demonstrate strategies to use to adjust ones level of alertness/emotions to match the demands of the environment
  • Learner will identify ways to integrate The Zones into practice and generalize skills across settings

 

Hosted by: Mid-Ohio ESC, in partnership with Strong Families, Strong Communities Grant

Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Updated Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (lunch included)

Location: Mid-Ohio Conference Center 890 West Fourth Street Mansfield, OH 44906

To Register:

If you work with youth ages 8 to 24 with mental health or developmental disabilities in Crawford, Delaware, Huron, Marion, Morrow, or Richland Counties, you may be eligible to attend at a reduced rate of $12. Contact Kanda Benner:  Kanda.Benner@mvnu.edu

Other interested educators: Cost- $80, Register Here

 

View the workshop flyer here