The 5 Stages of the Assault Cycle
Kaplan and Wheeler offer a five-stage cycle to understand incidents of violence and physical aggression. Each section requires different considerations.
How a SCARF can de-escalate conflict
Are you supporting a child that becomes physically aggressive or violent? Here are five areas to consider to reduce the frequency of these distressing incidents.
7 Common Triggers for Meltdowns
One-size-fits-all approaches for reacting to meltdowns don’t work. Supporting a child who is hungry or sick and getting extremely upset the same way as you support a child who has an unmet need for attention makes no sense. Be curious and not judgemental. Identify the trigger.
What are SEBD, EBD, BESD & SEMH?
Is it the first time you’ve heard of SEBD? EBD? BESD? SEMH? Have a read as they are demystified and defined in less than 500 words.
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