Conscious Discipline is a leader in classroom management and provides a transformational, whole-school solution for social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation.

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We equip educators to integrate social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation so they spend less time policing behavior and more time teaching vital life skills.


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Conscious Discipline is a proven, comprehensive approach that empowers you with skills that create a safe, connected, problem-solving environment for families.

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Mental Health Specialists

Conscious Discipline uses everyday events to cultivate emotional intelligence through a self-regulation program integrating social-emotional learning and discipline.

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Preliminary Evidence for Conscious Discipline Parenting Education Curriculum

NEW: Conscious Discipline Parenting Education Curriculum Yields Positive Outcomes

In a research study by ChildTrends, Conscious Discipline’s parenting education curriculum was found to improve parenting knowledge and skills, increase parents’ ability to manage their own emotions and respond to children’s challenging behaviors, and improve emotional management and behavior in children. Notably, parents reported using Conscious Discipline skills and strategies more consistently six to eight weeks after parenting classes than immediately after classes concluded. Parents reported feeling happier, less frustrated and more interested in connecting with their children. Both directors and parents noted a positive change in the school-home connection.

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Elevate Social Emotional Learning Conference
August 5-6 Orlando, FL

Elevate Social Emotional Learning Conference will equip you with best practices in social and emotional learning that empower you and your students to thrive. You’ll leave the conference with your complete SEL plan for the first six weeks, setting you and your students up for success all year long! Learn proven strategies to:

  • Cultivate a healthy, connected home and school culture
  • Boost teacher effectiveness and satisfaction
  • Increase academic performance
  • Reduce discipline referrals, suspensions and expulsions

Building Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms and Schools
October 4-5 Orlando, FL

Approximately 35 million children in the United States have experienced trauma. Learn how to recognize and reach the children of trauma, changing their life trajectory for the better. Take a deeper look into trauma and learn to create a safe learning environment, plus:

  • Understand the impact of trauma on the brain and behavior
  • Create a culture of compassion, embracing marginalized children
  • Implement seven interventions that help traumatized children learn in school
  • Help lay the groundwork for a lifetime of resilience for all children

NEW: 10-Session Online Course with Dr. Becky Bailey

Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Schools and Homes

The only comprehensive program combining social-emotional learning, 
discipline and classroom management with transformational results.

Dr. Becky A. Bailey

Learn more about author, educator, child development expert and founder of Conscious Discipline, Dr. Becky Bailey.

Instructor Network

Browse our network of Conscious Discipline Master and Certified Instructors, each personally selected, mentored and certified by Dr. Bailey.

Navigating Social Emotional Learning

Conscious Discipline Excels in Harvard Analysis of Top 25 SEL Programs

In a study published by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and funded by The Wallace Foundation, Conscious Discipline was found to be one of only three SEL programs that focuses 75% or more of its content on Emotion/Behavior Regulation and Emotion Knowledge/Expression, and one of only 13 programs that focuses 50% or more its content on Interpersonal Skills. Conscious Discipline received high ratings in 8 of 10 categories. The study’s authors say, “Conscious Discipline provides an array of behavior management strategies and classroom structures that teachers can use to turn everyday situations into learning opportunities.”

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Podcast Episode 048
How to Help Children Manage Rage

Real Talk for Real Teachers with Dr. Becky Bailey and special guest Kim Jackson

In this episode, Master Instructor Kim Jackson shares alternative strategies to help children understand and safely manage rage. She also explains how to differentiate between anger and rage, how to keep the other students in the classroom safe, and what you can do to start your “rage plan” tomorrow. The experience of rage will likely continue as children grow older, but you can provide the tools they need to manage it today.