Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal

Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies Journal
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This self-regulation journal helps students use self-regulation to manage their emotions. This resource would be a great complement to lessons about the Zones of Regulation by Leah Kuypers. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each color and will learn self-regulation strategies on how to regulate their emotions. This journal would be perfect for an individual counseling student to work on over a few sessions or for a self-regulation small group.

This self-regulation journal is great to use for data collection and progress monitoring! The daily, weekly, and monthly increments provide a useful tool to spot trends and problem areas with students who might otherwise be overlooked.

*Coloring opportunities on almost every page!

Includes:

- Introduction Guide to Self-Regulation Colors with Associated Feelings and Actions

- Suggested Coping Strategies Across Environments

- Positive Self-Talk Statements to Reference

- Support Group Identification

- 5 Different Emotions Sheets to Identify and Recall Past Experiences

- Daily Self-Regulation Tracking Sheet

- Weekly Self-Regulation Tracking Sheet

- Monthly Self-Regulation Tracking Mandala

- Self-Regulation Reflection Questions

Students Will:

- learn the different color and associated feelings and actions

- identify coping skills to use at home, school, and in the community

- identify people in their support system

- practice and create positive self-talk statements

- empathize with another person's emotions and recall a time they felt that way and the events that followed

- track how their feelings change daily, weekly, and monthly

- observe and reflect on why they think their feelings change

How to Assemble: Hole punching and putting in a small 3 ring binder or a folder with prongs is a nice was for students to keep their journal together. Or simply print and staple!

**You may also be interested in my Self-Regulation Group Curriculum!

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18 pages
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