This week at Chase’s therapy session his therapist Ms. P mentioned yoga as an option. I think it would good for him in his emotional regulation.

FAB Strategies®

The use of coping strategies is an evidence-based intervention that improves behavior.  It is commonly used in school positive behavioral support programs and mental health interventions to improve functional skills.  Coping strategies enable individuals to manage their strong feelings of sadness, anger, or anxiety with out violence or other functional difficulties.  Coping strategies are a proven component of school Positive Behavioral Support programs (Second Step, PATHS, DECA), Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) and CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy).

Learning to use coping strategies to manage depression, anxiety, and aggression can be particularly challenging for individuals with behavioral, mental health, developmental, trauma history, and/or sensory processing challenges.   Learning to consistently implement coping strategies is a long process that can be facilitated by teachers, family members, as well as occupational, speech/language, physical, and mental health therapists.  It is important when evaluating coping strategies with clients to assess their efficacy in facilitating short-term…

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