- Chapter 8: Empathy Resources
- Empathy Summary
- 1 - Power of Acceptance
- 2 - The Impact of Claim, Name and Tame
- 3 - Managing Emotional Mayhem - Conscious Comedy Skits
- 4 - D.N.A. Process
- 5 - Activity to Practice Elevator Empathy
- 6 - The Beach Ball Concept
- 7 - D.N.A. Process and Compliance
- 8 - Feeling Buddy Worksheet
- 9 - Rage Book
- Power: Acceptance: The moment is as it is.
- Becoming Brain Smart: Empathy integrates the brain for personal responsibility and self-control.
- Skill: D.N.A. process for emotional regulation, rage book and program
- School Family: We Care Center
Power of Acceptance
The Impact of Claim, Name and Tame
Managing Emotional Mayhem – Conscious Comedy Skits
Dr. Becky Bailey hilariously performs how to manage your emotions!
Expert Dr. Becky Bailey explains how to go conscious not crazy with our kids!
Dr. Becky Bailey - Sadness - Coach kids through it!
Dr. Becky Bailey - Fear - Coach kids through it!
Dr. Becky Bailey - Happiness - Coach kids through it!
Dr. Becky Bailey - Anger - Coach kids through it!
Activity to Practice Elevator Empathy
Feeling Buddy Worksheet
Help children become aware of their rage triggers in the environment and build rage awareness about their bodies. When children are in a relaxed, alert executive state, help them discern where they first feel rage. Print a blank Feeling Buddy and instruct children to color where the yucky feeling starts in their bodies. Do all their muscles feel tight, do their faces get hot, etc.? Use this information to teach children to recognize when rage is coming on and then teach them ways to discharge the yucky feeling.
Create a rage book like the example below by taking a picture of the child before the rage, showing the destruction that resulted from the rage and demonstrating healthy alternatives for when the yucky feeling arises.