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Below you will find the presentation slides as well as a compilation of resources and recommended readings to dive deeper into the Self-Reg concepts presented. Feel free to explore our website for more Self-Reg content or reach out to if you have any questions.


Shanker Self-Reg 5 Domains 5 Steps Practices


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Self-Reg for the Early Years

In this info sheet, we look at the early years with a Self-Reg lens including the five domains of Self-Reg and the five steps of Shanker Self-Reg.


Video: Self-Reg for Early Childhood Education

Dr. Shanker discusses the unique importance of Self-Reg in the early years, including the need for teachers to learn to identify when children and parents are in an allostatic load state and how to help.


Self-Reg in Early Childhood Development Certificate Program

The Self-Reg in Early Childhood Development Certificate Program explores child development from birth to age 10 and is relevant for anyone who has or works with young children, neurodiverse children, challenging children or children with special rights or needs. Learn the core underpinnings of Self-Reg and why we truly believe that there is no such thing as a bad kid.


Self-Reg Schools: A Handbook for Educators

Learn how to incorporate Self-Reg into classroom practices and a process of ongoing learning that will help not only your students, but yourself as an educator. Check out our Self-Reg Schools Handbook bookclubs on Facebook.

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The Self-Reg Framework

Shanker Self-Reg® helps us consider self-regulation and stress across five interrelated domains: biological, emotion, cognitive, social and prosocial.