BrainWise Blog

Exit Your Emotions Elevator Using Positive Self-Talk

We have learned how BrainWise CPR and the 10 Wise Ways are first response skills   to prevent and manage problems. Each of us finds our  own ways to use these skills to exit the Emotion Elevator. With practice,  we simultaneously...

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Stop and Think about Children’s Emotional Needs

[caption id="attachment_1696" align="alignleft" width="300"] Teresa Thayer Snyder, Ph.D. School Administrator and Teacher[/caption] "What Shall We Do About the Children After the Pandemic?" asks Teresa Thayer Snyder, Ph.D, retired superintendent of the Voorheesville district in upstate New York. She responds with...

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Use Your Wizard Brain

Let's check your skills so far! Watch a short clip from the movie "Inside Out." During the clip, you will be prompted to identify some important elements of the video! [h5p id="1"]

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BrainWise at Hull Services Creating Happiness & Success During Difficult Times

POWERFUL, LIFE CHANGING, and INSPIRATIONAL are words that Hull Services' instructors use to describe BrainWise. Hull Services offers programs and services in Calgary, Alberta, Canada designed to provide effective behavioral and mental health treatment and support for at-risk children, youth, and their families....

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Stay Off Your Emotions Elevator!

Do Something Else Do Something Else is one of the ways to lower your Emotions Elevator. People who have mastered BrainWise know that being prepared makes it easier to manage emotions and problems. They have identified, in advance, choices that...

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