Understanding Emotional Regulation

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Everybody experiences many different emotions throughout the day. As adults we tend to be able to identify these emotions, their cause and choose a coping strategy so we can deal with unwanted emotions in an effective and timely way, before we become overwhelmed. Many young people lack one or more of the above skills, this course will look at how we can support young people to better understand their emotions and build the skills required for resilience, wellbeing and emotional regulation.

Description

We will look at several different strategies and interventions to support emotional regulation. This course is designed as an overview, there will be the opportunity to ask for other more detailed sessions during feedback.

 

Delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions about planning for inclusion and strategies. 

Why should I attend? 

  • You work with young people 

  • I want to know how to support pupils in the classroom 

  • I want to improve my knowledge of or have a refresher on basic aspects of emotional regulation  

  • I want to have an overview of strategies to use in the classroom to support emotional regulation  

  • I want to ensure all pupils have the best opportunity to achieve 

  • I want to support pupils to engage in learning  

  • I want to gain ideas for how to develop my practice to better understand how to support pupil’s emotional regulation  

  • I want to have the opportunity to ask questions on emotional regulation  

  • I want to help build resilient pupils who are aware of their wellbeing and able to effectively regulate their emotions 

 

What will the course cover? 

  • What do we mean by emotional regulation? 

  • What might you see as signs or a young person need emotional support 

  • Coping strategies activity  

  • Aspects of ER – wellbeing, resilience, behaviour, engagement, communication, empathy, recognising, self-regulation 

  • Overview of strategies to support emotional regulation including; Zones of Regulation, 5 point scale, The Jackal and Giraffe, SCERTS 

  • Communication theirs and ours and with home  

  • Self-regulation – how to build plans with pupil’s  

  • Q&A  

 

Who should attend? 

Headteacher 

SENCO 

ARP Lead 

Senior Leader 

Middle Leader 

Head of Department 

Deputy Head 

Subject Lead/ Coordinator 

Teacher 

Teaching Assistant 

Learning Support Assistant 

Governor 

Administrator 

IT technician 

NQT 

Parents support advisors 

Attendance Lead 

 

 

Cost: 

BDSIP Members – £50 

Non BDSIP members – £62.50 

CPD Package No charge 

Schools outside of LBBD - £62.50 

 

Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking. 

Please check your junk inbox if you do not receive your booking confirmation and ensure you mark the sender as safe to enable you to receive any further pre-course information or changes.  

 

Contact information 

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact Viki Kublickas 

 

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk  

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