Being REGULATED and SELF-REGULATION is much more than feeling "happy"!!
It may feel something like...
safe, comfortable, settled
curious, engaged, alert
loved, valued, supported
connected, brave, whole
And it is MUCH easier to regulate, when you KNOW what feels safe, comfortable, calming & joyful for YOU!
Join this upcoming webinar to explore the emotions and ways of being that FEEL regulating... and how to get there! (CLICK HERE for your TIME ZONE)
What are the other emotions our children may feel and embody as part of being regulated?
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Sometimes they are BIG.
Sometimes they are BOLD.
Sometimes big emotions can take over your household like a hurricane or a tidal wave… and they can feel relentless… like you’re drowning under the weight or waves of all the big emotions!
Do you ever wonder how to support yourself and your child with ALL their big emotions?
Meltdowns, tantrums, clinginess, whining... oh my!
It can feel like TOO MUCH!
Curious how to support your child?
I would LOVE to share my TOP 5 Tips in supporting your child when their behaviours are CHALLENGING!
Let's make sense of your child's sensory processing styles and find the BEST tools and strategies for YOUR child!
So many people talk about sensory processing differences and self-regulation...
What does it mean and the best ways to help your child when they are dysregulated...
This is my FAVOURITE topic of all and I can't wait to share with YOU!!
I’m so excited to dive into conversation and I would just love to invite you to join me… to explore the research and what we do know, to discover new tools and practices and grow together.
I would LOVE to share more about emotions and supporting ALL the emotions when they are small and subtle, and when they explode or erupt with my
"FLOW"ER of EMOTIONS!
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Blooming Abilities is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on Treaty 1 territory, the ancestral lands of the Aninishinabe, Cree, OjiCree, Dakota, and Dene, and the homeland of the Metis nation. We wish to express gratitude for the source of our water in Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. We are deeply saddened by the harms and mistakes of settlers in the past and have a strong desire to honour all the teachers, elders and knowledge keepers – past, present and emerging and are dedicated to continue to learn, grow and engage in efforts to move towards reconciliation, inclusion and well-being for all. We believe it is vital to heal, grow and thrive in community & in relationship.
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