Emotional Regulation

All behaviour serves a purpose and can occur for many reasons – sensory, social, communication, anxiety, anger, tantrums, etc. You may need a range of resources to help students. I believe in 50/50 behaviour plans where 50% of the strategies used are for the adults to use to manage the child’s behaviour, and 50% are strategies for the child to manage their own behaviour. Below are resources to help teach children about their own emotions as well that of others.

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| by K.I. Al-Ghani | This vibrant, fully illustrated children’s storybook is written for children aged 5+, and is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to tame the red beast and guidance for parents on how anger affects children with Asperger’s Syndrome.

| by K.I. Al-Ghani | The Disappointment Dragon sometimes comes to see us all and, if we let him, he can make us feel sad or angry. The fun characters in this charming, fully illustrated storybook will help children to cope with, and discuss openly, their feelings of disappointment. There are many creative suggestions on how to banish the Disappointment Dragon and an introduction for adults explaining disappointment in children and how they can help.

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More Emotional Regulation Resources:

  • Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anxiety

  • No More Meltdowns

  • Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anger

  • Exploring Feelings: For Young Children with High-Functioning Autism or Aspergers Disorder

  • The Red Beast

  • From Anxiety to Meltdown

  • The Panicosaurus

  • The Disappointment Dragon

  • The Kids Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control

  • Starving the ANXIETY Gremlin

  • Executive Function Dysfunction

  • Starving the Anger Gremlin