Emotional Regulation, Working Through Anger (for Little Learners)
Throughout this multi-day class, learners will enhance their emotional regulation skills, build confidence, and explore various strategies that can be used when working through anger.
Ms. Sheera (she/her)
246 total reviews for this teacher
8 reviews for this class
Completed by 51 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
30 minutes per class
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During this 3 day class, learners will review what anger is, how we can recognize and acknowledge it, and the best, most positive ways we can move through anger. Learner to learner interaction is encouraged to enhance socialization skill development. The teacher will facilitate ongoing dialogue, and fun and interactive activities to help learners understand the concepts being taught. Scenario examples, videos, interactive games/activities, crafts, and other engaging materials will be utilized...
Students will explore their understanding of anger and enhance their repertoire of various coping strategies that can be utilized in a variety of situations and within different environments.
Ms. Sheera has a 4 year Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child and Youth Care and a 3-year college Diploma in Child and Youth Work. She has been creating and facilitating emotional regulation groups for over 20 years in numerous environments, such as in schools, group home facilities and community centres; and with a variety of children and youth (i.e. children and youth with ASD, ADHD, OD, CD, anxiety diagnoses, as well as neurotypical children and youth). Ms. Sheera has the following training certifications and continuously participates in professional learning opportunities: - Solution-Focused Therapy - Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) certification - Mental Health First Aid certification - Understanding and Intervening in the Cycle of Youth Violence training - Single Sessions Counselling certification - Courageous Conversations, Confronting Racial Discrimination and Anti-Black Racism (monthly ongoing opportunity) - Indigenous Perspectives on Mental Health and Trauma training sessions Ms. Sheera is also a Professional Member of the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care. Ms. Sheera is a neurodivergent educator with an ADHD diagnosis.
Materials needed for class 3: Learners may choose one of the following craft activities- Coping Key Chain activity - scissors - print out (as provided by the teacher in classroom section prior to last class commencing) - a hole punch (or pen or pencil to make a small hole) - a keyring (or string, something to tie them all together and act similar to a keyring) - printer Coping Strategies Choice Board activity - scissors - print outs (as provided by the teacher in classroom section prior to last class commencing) - clear sheet protector - velcro - printer
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scissors are required for the last class. Adult support may be required.
Ms. Sheera (she/her)
Mom of 3, proud ADHDer, Child and Youth Counsellor
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
246 total reviews
355 completed classes
Hello! I’m so happy you’re here ♥️ I have been working with young people in various capacities over the last 23 years. I absolutely love to help young people learn about topics and strategies related to supporting their mental health and...