WEBINAR: Self-Regulation: Teaching Self-Control Skills to Young People

Posted on Updated on

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

If you had only 10 minutes with a student, what skills could you teach that would give him/ her the best chance to succeed in ALL aspects of life?

Self-Regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction. In this informative 90-minute webinar, author and consultant Brad Chapin will provides key strategies to use with all students, and in particular those who have behavioral/emotional self-control and/or impulse-control issues.

Helping children learn Self-Regulation will have a positive impact on their anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem struggles, social troubles and more. This approach focuses on teaching children how to improve self-management of their emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

The insights, strategies and activities presented in this webinar are based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavior psychology. They are also consistent with the principles founding the RTI/MTSS and Positive Behavior Supports movements. These approaches are creative, fresh and engaging in a way that will help create quick and observable changes in young people. Using the strategies presented in this webinar can help you to increase the long-term impact of your work with children.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Attendees will:

  • Gain understanding of how to organize and implement strategies in a way that is most effective for addressing many problem areas
  • Learn step-by-step strategies/activities to teach children how to increase self-regulation including:
    • Cooling the Flame
    • My Warning Signs
    • Melting Freeze
    • You Can’t Make Me Laugh
    • Emotional Expression
    • Challenge Software Program
    • Defiance Trap
  • Develop a level of understanding of the Self-Regulation Training Framework sufficient for teaching children, parents, administrators and other professionals.

REGISTER:

ATTENDING THIS WEBINAR IS EASY:

  • Easy to access (even for the technically challenged)
  • No additional software to install
  • Listen directly through your computer speakers OR dial-in via telephone (long distance rates may apply)

GROUP DISCOUNTS:

  • 3-5 attendees – 10% off
  • 6-9 attendees – 15% off
  • 10-19 attendees – 20% off
  • 20+ attendees – 25% off
  • Site License – $295 (for multiple participants at same site using same access; additional fee for more than 8 CE certificates)

THIS WEBINAR IS RECOMMENDED FOR:

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Special Education Personnel
  • Counselors (All levels)
  • Social Workers (All levels)
  • School Personnel
  • School Psychologists
  • Special Education Personnel

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Brad Chapin, LCP, LMLP

Brad is a masters level psychologist and a recognized speaker in the area of Self-Regulation.  He is also the Director for Children’s Services at Horizons 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 and the creator of the Challenge Software (www.cpschallenge.com) program for children.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s