Evidence-based Social and Emotional Learning
The methodology of Conscious Disciplie is based in scientific and developmental research. It is recognized by SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
Conscious Discipline creates a compassionate culture and facilitates an intentional shift in adult understanding of behavior via the Conscious Discipline Brain State Model. It then provides specific brain-friendly, research-backed strategies for responding to each child's individual needs with wisdom. This highly effective approach is proven to increase self-regulation, sense of safety, connection, empathy and intrinsic motivation in both children and adults.
1,300,000+ copies of Dr. Bailey's best-selling books are in circulation worldwide
Conscious Discipline is practiced in 36 countries
Conscious Discipline resources are translated into 22 languages
Creators of over
transformational Social-Emotional Learning and Classroom Management Resources
Our team has grown to include:
Our training has equipped:
Educators and caregivers
Conferences and workshops
Children ultimately impacted
Over the last 20 years, Dr. Bailey has worn through:
24M Frequent Flyer Miles
Conscious Discipline has been implemented by approximately:
Head Start Programs
Our nonprofit organization, Conscious Discipline Cares, has equipped many educators, caregivers and communities along the way, including:
Francis Bailey Scholarship
Funding professional development for under-resourced educators.
Post-tsunami trauma training to aid recovery for schools and communities.
Helping an elementary school heal from the trauma of a mass shooting.
Creating safe, connected play space for communities affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Saving Brains Grenada
Reducing corporal punishment and increasing brain-building bonds.
Caring and Investing
We are dedicated to improving children's lives for generations.
Experienced transformational results? Tell us about it!
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