Emotional Regulatory Healing: 3 Mindful and Trauma Informed Strategies that Increase Emotional Regulation Immediately
The brain is the boss of behavior.
If you want to change behaviors, you must first change the brain.
In order to mitigate the daily stress of our lives, we must become more emotionally regulated, and when we do so, our thinking brain functions more optimally.
We are able to make better decisions.
We are able to control our actions.
We feel more empathy.
We stay connected to others and we increase our resilience to that stress that will inevitably come again.
We see a decrease in staff turnover.
We see an increase in staff morale.
We see a positive change in the energy of our environment.
Achieving emotional regulation is much more simple than you may be thinking.
In these 3 highly engaging, e-Learning videos, Jules Alvarado, international speaker and healing consultant, guides you through practical, simple, brain-based and mindfully grounded techniques for increasing emotional regulation in the face of stress, chaos and trauma.
These techniques can be practiced by anyone, everyone, at any age, in any situation and cost nothing but a few minutes of your time.
They draw from the field of neuroscience, epigenetics, awakened consciousness and mindfully guided healing of brain/body/spirit.
Stress in the workplace is not the problem.
Actually, stress in your workplace is the norm because of the nature of your work.
How we respond to that stress and how to not allow “their” stress to become “our” stress is what you will learn in this video series.
Brief enough for all staff, all family members, all people to watch and practice daily.
Engaging enough to keep everyone attuned.
Effective enough to change your brain, change your behaviors and change your life.
This video series is being used in global corporations, small child welfare agencies, faith-based groups and first responder systems in more than 10 countries and 4 languages.
Participants will increase their ability to:
Summarize how trauma impacts and can direct the treatment of negative behaviors
Describe the influence of the brain on behavioral, emotional and social lives; and our capacity for learning in the classroom
Integrate mind/body/spirit in a trauma informed healing paradigm
Utilize brain based methods that can activate internal healing systems
Key questions addressed:
What is trauma, what is trauma informed care, what is mindfulness and how are they related?
What are the key principals in a trauma informed care approach?
A program that is truly trauma informed
realizes the widespread impact of trauma; and understands potential paths for recovery;
recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families staff and organizations; and
responds by fully integrating knowledge about trauma into policy, procedure and practice and seeks to intentionally, purposefully and actively resist retraumatizing clients.