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Building Resiliency: From Brain Development to Practicing Self-care in a Virtual World - Shared screen with speaker view
Timothy Dadich
19:21
Will the presentation be made available?
Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time - United Way of Southwestern PA
19:49
Yes, this presentation is being recorded and will be made available afterwards.
Chalese Floyd
34:51
how can you build the parts of the brain that have been negatively impacted due to trauma with elementary students?
Serena Washington
36:37
as i work with predominantly African-American students, how do we see this trauma affecting those students and how can we support them to self regulate without retraumatizing?
Chalese Floyd
40:36
dopamine levels increase
Anette Nance
40:39
Overstimulation
Stephanie Edwards
40:49
multitasking
Stephanie Lewis
40:55
shut down
Alicia Angemeer
41:05
Without the human contact to help us balance ourselves, stay in continued heightened state
Alicia Angemeer
49:22
Why does the activity walk through you in this order, starting with seeing and ending with tasting?
Chalese Floyd
49:35
These sound like great exercises to use with elementary students that might be struggling with behavioral issues and need help re-engaging and re-focusing
Katie Keane
01:12:59
I make sure to eat lunch before 1:30
Serena Washington
01:13:00
yoga daily and journali g
Lisa Miller
01:13:09
Still getting dressed every day, light makeup, etc., makes me feel better
Chalese Floyd
01:13:09
working out
Kathryn Thomas
01:13:10
reading!
Katie Keane
01:13:12
and I try to take a walk outside even if its just in my own garden
Colleen Ketter-Danzuso
01:13:13
being outside, going on walks
Ramona Crawford
01:13:13
mindfulness based meditation practices daily
Alicia Angemeer
01:13:17
I've been good about building in a work routine that involves a morning and end of day walk with my dog.
Brittany Banks
01:13:22
drinking four water bottles and yoga daily
Dmitra Gideon
01:13:24
I meditate and work out, walk my dog, use my pottery wheel
Allie Atwood
01:13:26
knitting, walking
Chalese Floyd
01:13:31
cooking
Katie Keane
01:14:31
I joined a short term study group and when it wraps up I am going to find another one - just little goals
Lisa Miller
01:22:23
Really important that you note that people aren't trying to get a rise out of you--how can we make this clear to kids who are experiencing stress ?
Katie Keane
01:23:27
ITS TRUE :)
Katie Keane
01:31:00
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tf-cbt-triangle-of-life/id978441894triangle of life is really good for kids!
Allie Atwood
01:34:16
What's the best way to introduce these skills to students without overwhelming them with all of the information?
Katie Keane
01:34:17
is the worksheet being emailed?
Lisa Miller
01:34:19
this is GREAT info, for myself, family, friends, students. . . !
Timothy Dadich
01:38:07
This was great. Thank you!
Colleen Ketter-Danzuso
01:38:58
This was great! Very informative! Thank you!
Chalese Floyd
01:38:59
thanks!
Allie Atwood
01:39:01
Thank you!
Dmitra Gideon
01:39:10
thank you