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Contributions on the Self-Reg Community blog page come from various members of our TMC team and folks in our Self-Reg Foundations program.
21 12, 2017

Crisis Averted, Trajectory Changed

By | 2017-12-21T14:52:26+00:00 December 21st, 2017|

By: Cathern Lethbridge Four years ago, I was following a Twitter feed that literally changed my career and my life. I started seeing people posting tweets with photos of slides from a man talking about stressors and behaviour and reframing and something called Self-Reg. And I wondered, who is the [...]

11 12, 2017

The Head, The Hands and The Heart: In Conversation with John (Jack) Miller

By | 2017-12-14T14:43:52+00:00 December 11th, 2017|

Reflections on Well-Being In Ontario K-12 Education: Part II By: Stefani Burosch It’s funny how sometimes we get introduced to people or ideas at just the right time or at just the right moment in our own personal journey where we find ourselves seeking understanding, and so are more open [...]

3 11, 2017

Who We Are, Where We Come From

By | 2017-11-03T10:23:21+00:00 November 3rd, 2017|

Reflections on Well-Being in Ontario K-12 Education By: Stefani Burosch “Literacy is the ability to share our life story, by whatever means that we are able do that.” - David Bouchard, Acclaimed Métis Author, Literacy Advocate and Member of the Order of Canada I have been working in the field [...]

26 10, 2017

Hearts and Rainbows: The Brain’s Beautifully Imperfect Reward System

By | 2017-10-27T17:19:29+00:00 October 26th, 2017|

Hearts and Rainbows: The Brain's Beautifully Imperfect Reward System By: Lindsay Pearson I am a professional who has spent the last 12 years immersing myself into the world of early childhood education, honing my skills and focusing all my efforts on helping teachers and caregivers support social-emotional development in early [...]

18 08, 2017

Mindful Co-Regulation: A Mother-Daughter’s Journey

By | 2017-08-19T10:07:53+00:00 August 18th, 2017|

With Susan Hopkins, Corinne Catalano and Martel Catalano The 'A Chat Across Borders' video series aims to discuss the culture of heightened stress that we find ourselves living in today, and how Shanker Self-Reg can help us find calm in such stressful times. This 3-part video chat with Corinne Catalano, [...]

14 07, 2017

Emotional Dysregulation in Children: The Problem and How to Intervene

By | 2017-07-14T16:54:44+00:00 July 14th, 2017|

By: Ira Glovinsky of the Glovinsky Center for the Child and Family We are seeing an "epidemic" of emotional dysregulation in very young children resulting in parent-child relationship disturbances as well as expulsion from child-care environments, preschools, and early elementary school.   Teachers and other professionals express feelings of being [...]

1 03, 2017

Sophie’s Self-Reg Story

By | 2017-03-01T15:05:02+00:00 March 1st, 2017|

Submitted anonymously by an 8-year-old Self-Regger There was once a little girl named Sophie, and she was a great little girl. But there was a dark side to Sophie that nobody knew except for Sophie. Sophie knew that her dark side was very dangerous so she decided to not go [...]

13 02, 2017

Top 5 Misconceptions Around Self-Reg

By | 2017-02-13T13:59:35+00:00 February 13th, 2017|

By: Mary Ann Coleman “Our school had many presentations last year from your SEL partners. Our teachers know all they need to know about Self-Reg!”   It's great that your school has a terrific background around self-regulation! This year, we are trying for a whole-school approach and want to have [...]

31 01, 2017

Chaos or Kaleidoscope?

By | 2017-01-31T12:26:52+00:00 January 31st, 2017|

A Friday in the Life of an Elementary School Principal By: Arlene Robinson   “Are you okay?” asked several staff as they exited on Friday afternoon.   “Huh? Yes, why?” was my response to the first couple.   That day, the perception of many was that I was having a 'bad [...]

19 01, 2017

Teach Me to Dance

By | 2017-01-19T15:34:19+00:00 January 19th, 2017|

By: Cathern Lethbridge   The following poem is dedicated to children who are in the system as either foster or adoptive children. It also applies to our children of trauma who have had similar experiences in their early lives as the children of the system but haven’t actually been in [...]