15-Minute Focus: Regulation and Co-Regulation Workbook

Accessible Neuroscience and Connection Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond

Includes Digital Resources!

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Looking for tools to expand emotional stability through balanced regulation and co-regulation?

Continue the journey into co-regulation in the classroom and beyond with this powerhouse resource. Filled with content, prompts, activities, strategies, and reflections, the tools in this workbook will help you dive deeper into healing students’ nervous systems and rewiring their neural pathways for optimum performance in the classroom and throughout their lives!

In the 15-Minute Focus: Regulation and Co-Regulation Workbook, you’ll discover:

  • Strategies to Nurture Neurodiversity
  • The Why, Who, When, What, and How of Teaching Students Basic Neuroscience
  • Co-Regulation Strategies, Including Mindfulness and Grounding
  • Brain Energizers and Brain Calmers
  • Restorative Practices
  • Ways to Widen Our Window of Tolerance
  • Activities to Soothe and Strengthen the Adult Brain
  • Crossover Strategies for the Home
  • Community Care Planning…and More!

 

Explore regulation and co-regulation through the lenses of up-to-date research, sound strategies for implementation, vivid illustrations of each concept, and hands-on activities designed to reinforce the lessons in ways that will stay with the learners long after they leave the classroom.

Written by Ginger Healy
Paperback ISBN 9781931636544
Grades K-12
168 pages
Release Date February 8, 2024

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Ginger Healy

Ginger Healy MSW, LCSW is a clinical social worker with almost 30 years of experience in the field of social work. Ginger has worked as a child abuse investigator, hospital social worker, and school therapist. She spent 15 years as the social service supervisor at an international adoption agency and was able to travel to provide support for orphanages all over the world. This job taught her so much about attachment and trauma needs in children. She currently works as the program director for the Attachment and Trauma Network where she co-anchors the podcast “Regulated & Relational” and speaks across the nation on trauma-informed schools, therapeutic parenting, and community engagement. She is married with four children who have been her greatest teachers about developmental trauma and special needs. She loves to travel and read.

Ginger Healy

Ginger Healy MSW, LCSW is a clinical social worker with almost 30 years of experience in the field of social work. Ginger has worked as a child abuse investigator, hospital social worker, and school therapist. She spent 15 years as the social service supervisor at an international adoption agency and was able to travel to provide support for orphanages all over the world. This job taught her so much about attachment and trauma needs in children. She currently works as the program director for the Attachment and Trauma Network where she co-anchors the podcast “Regulated & Relational” and speaks across the nation on trauma-informed schools, therapeutic parenting, and community engagement. She is married with four children who have been her greatest teachers about developmental trauma and special needs. She loves to travel and read.

In her book, Regulation and Co-Regulation: Accessible Neuroscience and Connection Strategies that Bring Calm into the Classroom, Ginger Healy simplifies brain science and provides valuable strategies to better support students, teachers, and staff. There is an art form to taking complex science and simplifying it into actionable techniques and strategies, and Ginger has mastered this art form. What could make this fantastic book any better? How about a workbook? The new companion workbook is a must-have for all educators. The workbook is both trauma-informed and neuroscience-aligned and uses a neurodiversity-affirming lens to better support all humans. Whether you want to teach children about their brains or learn some strategies to support your own regulation, this workbook is a must-have for your collection.

Guy Stephens
Founder & Executive Director, Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint

This workbook has so many amazing activities for adults to do with themselves, with kids, or even with other adults. It has something for everyone who wants to learn about their nervous system and their brain.  I could see educators using this in the classroom and parents using this at home.  It’s just so versatile!

Joe Brummer
Author of “Building a Trauma-Informed Restorative School”

In Ginger’s recent book and workbook, “Regulation and Co-Regulation,” the practices for co-regulation are applicable, translatable and can be embodied for all ages! This is critical work in this time, as we sit beside our students and staff dampening down the stress responses systems so the regions of the brain for learning can be accessed.

Dr. Lori Desautels
Assistant Professor, Butler University’s College of Education

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