How many of us live and work in the “river of well-being”?
How often can we say we are modeling calm and inner-peace for our staff and colleagues?
Think of chaos and rigidity as banks along a river. Harmony emerges from integration. Chaos and rigidity arise when integration is blocked. The goal is to aim for the flow of well-being for both you and your children. ~Dr. Dan Siegel
In this 3rd of a four part series, I explore how to once again pull from attachment science to ensure those we support can be “soothed” to ensure they not only survive…but thirve.
The 4 S’s include:
- Feeling safe (Part 1)
- Feeling seen (Part 2 )
- Feeling soothed (Part 3 – this one)
- Having secure attachments where self-regulation skills are put into action (coming soon)
Listen and learn how you can 1) recognize and reduce stressors; 2) help others employ coping strategies; and 3) find the sweet spot for thriving.
Transcript coming soon.