Self – Regulation Skills and Strategies

Self – Regulation Skills and Strategies

Self – Regulation Skills and Strategies

The goal of self-regulation is not to get rid of all negative thoughts and feelings – that’s impossible. The goal is to change your response to them.

Mel RobbinsHost of YouTube Series ``Stay Connected``

What You Will Learn

Participants will learn how to identify possible stressors in their own lives as well as in the lives of others, and begin to formulate practical strategies to deal with those stressors.

How It Works

Workshop Length: Can be tailored for 2 hours, 4 hours or Full Day

Workshop Format: In-person or virtual

Affiliations:  Designed by Steve Lister Synapspark Consulting

Notes: Can be combined with Mindfulness – available to everybody

Costs per Individual: 2 hours – $50, 4 hours – $100, Full Day $150
Costs for groups:  2 hours – $395, 4 hours – $695, Full Day – $975


  • Self-Regulation is a process used for understanding and responding to stress in terms of managing our own behaviours, overwhelming emotions, sensory inputs, motivation, learning, and relationships — when we understand ourselves, we can then help others to self-regulate
  • Stressors lead to various types of behaviours, and these behaviours are essentially communicating that there is a need that needs to be met – at biological, social, emotional and cognitive levels
  • During social engagements, our fight or flight stress response kicks in – and in extreme circumstances, we can freeze, or possibly enter a state of dissociation
  • Learning how to identify the R’s of Stress – Recognizing, Reframing, Reducing, Reflecting and Responding – and apply practical strategies to deal with the varying intensities of our stress
  • Analyze how the different parts of our Triune Brain function, and how this relates to the differences between Learning Brain vs. Survival Brain

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