Author and Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Siegel demonstrates a step-by-step approach to help a child manage strong emotions.
Author and Psychiatrist Dr Daniel Siegel demonstrates a stepbystep approach to help

Strong Emotions: Name it to Tame it!

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Be open and thoughtful when engaging with children about online behaviour and social media. The RSPH report says that "social media may be fuelling a mental health crisis" in young people. However, it can also be used as a tool for good, the report said. #MindfulMonday
Be open and thoughtful when engaging with children about online behaviour and

Instagram 'worst for young mental health' - BBC News

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There are many social and emotional learning (SEL) programs. Wallace Foundations looks at the 25 leading programs to assess their effects on students.
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Navigating Social and Emotional Learning from the Inside Out

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Research shows that kind acts have the potential to spread the “good” of kindness into many areas of our lives.
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It's Good to be Kind!

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Anita Cann
Kindness as self-defence. Check out this fascinating video about the the power of ‘non-complementary behaviour’.
Kindness as selfdefence Check out this fascinating video about the the power

Kindness as self-defence – the power of ‘non-complementary behaviour’ | Aeon Videos

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Wendy Ward
Amazing positive use of technology. BC Children’s Hospital has an new app designed to help youth tackle every day stresses in their lives through practicing mindfulness and breathing.
The Breathr Mindfulness App: [ Voiceonline.com Link ]
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Amazing positive use of technology BC Childrens Hospital has an new app

New mindfulness app mobilizes mental health and wellness for youth

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The world can be a scary place for children, and with recent newsheadlines, it's important to recognize how we speak to our children about unsettling news and events. [ Childmind.org Link ]
The world can be a scary place for children and with recent

Scared Kids | How to Deal with Fear | Getting Over Fear | Child Mind Institute

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The last of our spring series, join fellow educators and caregivers in a powerful new course focused on the growing body of research that shows how social/emotional development helps to improve academic success and achieve better outcomes for children. We share current research, scientific knowledge, best practices and practical strategies related to the promotion of Heart-Mind well-being in...
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“Let us try to recognize the precious nature of each day.” ― Dalai Lama

This weekend, let's try to spend some time outside.

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“Let us try to recognize the precious nature of each day” ― Dalai Lama

5 Benefits of Outdoor Play:

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Heart-Mind well-being refers to the balance between educating the mind and educating the heart. Browse through our Heart Mind Online lesson plans and parenting resources to find the tools you need to plant the seeds of social and emotional well-being in your community, schools and family.

“An open heart is an open mind.” – Dalai Lama

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Heart Mind Well-being

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"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." - Dalai Lama Enjoy this weekend. #HappyFriday

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Happiness is not something ready made It comes from your own actions

Play Priority: A Bucket of Fun

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"In our over-stressed world, many health care providers, social workers, and caregivers are suffering from slow yet painful burnout. Research suggests that self-care can reduce stress and exhaustion—if we know how to practice it."

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In our overstressed world many health care providers social workers and caregivers

How to Give to Others without Burning Out

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Reflecting on the school year, Heart-Mind Online research shows the path to insight appears to be a combination of emotional reflection AND problem solving. Educators and youth leaders who aim to facilitate insight engage students in thought provoking questions to get the most out of any learning experience.

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Reflecting on the school year HeartMind Online research shows the path to

Student Insight for Heart-Mind Well-being

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Build capacity for positive change. Join fellow leaders, educators, and caregivers to leverage the latest child development research on emotional and social well-being for children. The workshop explores ways adults can help children feel secure and calm in their lives, approach situations with curiosity and confidence, solve problems peacefully, and get along with others.

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"Holding each other up with respect, dignity and kindness: Speaking our Truth is a relevant and engaging perspective for anyone who wants to learn more about Canada's history, the resilience of the Indigenous people and reconciliation."
Holding each other up with respect dignity and kindness Speaking our Truth

Orca Book Publishers: Speaking Our Truth

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"We are social animals. Others' suffering is ultimately your suffering; their happiness is ultimately your happiness." - The Dalai Lama.

Your Dog Can ‘Catch’ Your Feelings... This study makes a convincing case for dogs’ susceptibility to emotional contagion...in other words, they love you enough to feel what you feel. #HappyFriday

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We are social animals Others suffering is ultimately your suffering their happiness

Your Dog Can ‘Catch’ Your Feelings

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"Navigating childhood challenges can be stressful, and sometimes deep breathing isn’t the solution that works for your child. When your child is in need of tension relief, try one of these techniques: [ Mother.ly Link ]

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Navigating childhood challenges can be stressful and sometimes deep breathing isnt the

50 calm-down ideas to try with kids of all ages

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Mónica Aguilar
"We can start by showing children that they matter. Sociologists define “mattering” as the belief that other people notice you, care about you and rely on you. It’s the answer to a vital question that all children ask about their place in the world starting as toddlers, and continuing into and beyond adolescence: Do I make a difference to others?"

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We can start by showing children that they matter Sociologists define mattering

Opinion | Sheryl Sandberg: How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss

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We share current research, scientific knowledge, best practices and practical strategies related to the promotion of social and emotional development in children.

The workshop helps adults explore ways to help children feel secure and calm in their lives, approach situations with curiosity and confidence, solve problems peacefully, and get along with others.

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