SEL for Home School? Absolutely!
April 2, 1 PM CDT
Got emotion? I'll bet you and your children do: excitement, frustration, fear, confusion, relief. The list could go on. Emotion is the fuel that drives our behavior, and behaviors can get tricky--especially when we're trying to adjust to changes (like, say, a PANDEMIC!).
This webinar will help you understand the five ways we typically respond to emotion, including ignoring, inhibiting, invalidating, inviting, and instructing. It will also equip you with a four-step process to help your child become skillful in directing the fuel of emotions in ways that are life-giving and adaptive.
Anyone who is working with children at home is welcome to attend.
Special COVID-19 K-12 Webinar
How to reduce anxiety, eliminate stress
and build a K-12 Leadership Dream Team
COVID-19 has everybody on edge. Schools are closing. Many of them don’t know when (or if) they’ll even reopen. Whether students return to your buildings or not, the show must go on. But how do you keep students (and families) engaged when their entire world (and yours) literally gets upended overnight?
Nationally recognized school psychologist and author Adam Saenz invites you to a special online presentation, as he demonstrates how to harness the power of stress and uncertainty and turn it into a force good in your schools.
Get the skills you need to return to campus (or virtual campus) at the top of your mental game.
Adam will help you:
- Understand the link between stress and the fight or flight response
- Turn your anxiety into a “life-giving” vs. a “life-sucking” force for good
- Develop a personal Behavior Intervention Plan (Don’t laugh, says Adam. “I have one and it works.”)
- Motivate and train your team for peak performance
Hell, says Adam. “I’ll probably even tell a few bad jokes.” (“A duck walks into a bar…”)
We want to keep the conversation intimate and constructive. So space is limited to 100 people. Sign up today and we’ll also make sure to send you the recording and handouts, so you can share them with your team.