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I'm in Control of Me! Private Focus/Impulse Control Games & Relaxation Skills.

Class
Jeniffer Hobbs, B.S., B.A., QMHP-C
Average rating:
4.9
Number of reviews:
(334)
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In this 1:1 class, we play fun games to increase focus, self-control AND learn to relax our bodies and brains in ways that are easy and enjoyable, in an alternating, purposeful fashion! Great for ADHD and/or emotional/regulation challenges.

Class Experience

  • Students will improve their impulse control and gain relaxation techniques for overall increased emotional regulation and executive functioning skills.
I have been working with children with various diagnoses (ADHD, anxiety, etc) for over eight years, teaching them executive function and relaxation strategies in a way that they enjoy. 
 3 files available upon enrollment
Each class: Learners will need good space behind them to move safely. If possible, setting up the computer in a way so that I can see them head to toe (as much as possible -- I know this is challenging). Sometimes sitting on the floor works well. Week 1: Students will need an instrument or anything that creates sound (could be a pot and a spoon to use as a drum). Students will need a small stuffed animal or a soft object that can rest on their belly. ------- Week 2: Your child will need something to color with, a sheet of blank paper, and a mandala of their choice from the provided file. If you don't have access to a printer, another piece of blank paper is okay, too. ------- Week 4: Your child will need a piece of paper or two and something to draw with. ------- Week 8: The infinity and box breathing classroom files can be printed and your learner may like to use a writing utensil with this as well. If you don't have access to a printer, please take a look at the file and draw the simple shapes for your learner to use before class. (Also Week 8) Your learner will need a small snack and any kind of drink (water is fine). I suggest not giving this to your child until the last part of class when we will do this activity (as they will likely eat it beforehand). :) ------- Weeks 3, 5, 6, and 7: No supplies are needed. After your child's last class, I will be providing handouts of the relaxation techniques that we used in each class. Students are encouraged to practice these on their own when they're feeling calm, making it easier for them to remember how to use them when needed. The more practiced the brain is, the better!
Joined May, 2021
4.9
334reviews
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Teacher expertise and credentials
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from State University of New York College at Brockport
Hello, I'm Ms. Jen (she/her)! I love learning and growing, and have a passion for teaching and passing along what I know to children and teens. I've been doing it in various ways for over two decades! Outschool is the perfect way for me to do... 
1-on-1 Coaching

$55

per session
Meets on demand
50 min

Completed by 12 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 5-9

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