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Category: Trauma-Informed Care

Teaching Emotional Management at Home

Teaching Emotional Management at Home

Do you remember a time when your emotions got the best of you? Social emotional learning is comprised of the skills we use to recognize and manage our own emotions as well as recognize emotions in others. There are may ways to help teach children these skills, including the Emotion Color Wheel.

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Practicing Emotional Intelligence Through Yoga

Practicing Emotional Intelligence Through Yoga

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage your emotions while also recognizing emotions in others. Through it, you can become self-aware, build self-management skills, become more empathetic, and practice relationship management. We aren’t born with emotional intelligence, so it is something that needs to be practiced. One way to do so is through yoga.

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Feeling Overwhelmed? Create a Safety Plan.

Feeling Overwhelmed? Create a Safety Plan.

Have you ever felt so overwhelmed or anxious that you’ve let your emotions get the best of you, and have said or done something that you regret? We’ve all been in situations like this. Every day, we regulate our emotions by developing internal safety plans without even knowing it. A safety plan is a defined list of activities or actions that you can choose when you begin to feel overwhelmed.

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