30-Minute Groups: Managing Big Emotions

COMING OCTOBER 2024!
Identifying Triggers, Developing Coping Strategies, and Communicating Effectively

Includes Digital Resources!

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30-Minute Lessons for Small Group or Classroom Instruction

Are you looking for an engaging tool to help your students learn about and manage their big emotions?

This workbook will equip you with everything you need to do just that! Teach social-emotional learning (SEL) skills in thirty-minute lessons for small group or classroom instruction. It’s flexible, adaptable, and requires minimal prep time – no extra materials required!

Designed to build strong emotional intelligence, this workbook is rooted in research-backed strategies to help children become grounded, more confident, and better equipped to navigate big emotions.

Inside, you’ll find:

  • 10 Complete Lessons with ASCA standards
  • Permission and Completion Letters to send to caregivers
  • Attendance Logs
  • Pre-and Post-Surveys to measure the program’s success
  • Results Template to share with interested parties

 

Topics include Upstairs and Downstairs Brain, stress busting, braving big emotions, regulation and co-regulation, self-compassion, mending mistakes, and more. The lessons and questions in this thoughtfully crafted resource are designed to help students explore their emotions, learn calming techniques, and develop tools they can use to effectively communicate big feelings in healthy ways.

This workbook’s engaging design allows students to connect with characters and stories, while also having fun and building community with their peers. Use the 30-Minute Groups: Managing Big Emotions workbook to help provide a strong foundation for students to become more emotionally aware and resilient learners!

Written by Giner Healy
Paperback ISBN 9781965066027
Grades 2-8
Release Date October 24, 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.

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