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  • Writer's pictureAlley Dezenhouse Kelner

Self Regulation, Meltdowns and Tantrums

Self regulation is so key to learning and yet so many parents, teachers and even behaviour folks struggle with it. Much of what we know about self regulation comes from understanding how the brain works—recognizing how the brain (and body) respond to perceived threat.

In my latest podcast episode I’m talking about why it’s ok to “just” hold space during big behaviours, avoid the temptation to fix or “make it stop”. Learning to ride the wave and maintain connection takes practice and patience (with yourself and your kiddo).

Check out the full episode here:

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