I have found that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques work well in all school settings including the multi-cultural, international setting where I now work.
The first handout is the basic cognitive triangle. I use this daily with parents and students to help them reflect on their behavior and to identify their thoughts, feelings, and behavior are connected. We can then identify alternatives to each of those points.
The second handout connects the student's/parent's cognitive triangle with someone impacted by their behaviors. This Cognitive Behavioral Therapy technique works especially well with parents who have used or are enrolled in Active ParentingTM or any of The Daring WayTM courses by Dr. Brené Brown as the ideas behind it are introduced in these courses. However, teaching parents and students about the Cognitive Triangle and to use it as a reflection and planning tool, works well even with parents who have not been previously introduced to these concepts.