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Download a free copy of: A Guide to Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools - Trauma Sensitive Schools

Volume 2 Creating and Advocating for Trauma-Sensitive Schools Volume 2 of Helping Traumatized Children Learn: Creating and Advocating for Trauma-Sensitive

Self Regulation Scale-much like the 5 Point Scale but a matching emotion words and a linguistic description for how  high or low their emotions are- love this for kids on the spectrum who need help identifying both within themselves!

Self Regulation Scale - This scale integrates elements from the 'How does your engine run?' program with emotional states and specific strategies -worded with person statements encouraging more independence with self-regulation in the classroom.

creating mindfulness...for daily journals

What a great thing to add to my journaling and how fun it would be to do with the girls. Smashbook - Even if it got filled out once a month, what a journal it would be - i'd like to do this with my students so they can see how they change in one year

Ask students to draw what you would learn about if you could "peek" into their brain - mind-up

BC Language Arts Visually Representing BC Fine Arts Visual Art BC Core Competency: Personal and Social Draw what we would find out about you if we could look inside your brain

traumasocialworker: Control is something that comes up often during my sessions. Survivors have had their power taken away from them in the worst ways, and regaining control in their life can be difficult. It’s even harder for teenagers, who already have little control in their lives as it is. When clients tell me how they are feeling overwhelmed due to feeling like they have little control in their lives, I have the create “Control Circles”.

traumasocialworker: Control is something that comes up often during my sessions. Survivors have had their power taken away from them in the worst ways, and regaining control in their life can be difficult.

Anger is often called a secondary emotion because we tend to resort to anger in order to protect ourselves from or cover up other vulnerable feelings. #EmotionRegulation

Anger Iceberg Visual Representation - Anger is often called a secondary emotion because we tend to resort to anger in order to protect ourselves from or cover up other vulnerable feelings.