ASK:
Seeking recommendations for materials to share with youth ages 16-24 who are in a job skills learning program. Open access - links, pdfs, etc would be ideal.

Specifically looking for materials that convey self-regulation in a visually engaging, graphic format. 

And, any other ideas or suggestions!
Thanks,
Karen

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Doty Shepard posted:
Wendie Skala posted:

You might want to touch base with Carolyn Curtis and learn about her program "Mind Matters". Great for this age group. She can be reached through Resilient Sac.

Wendie Skala

Resilient Sac? Is that an abbreviation? I’d love to get ahold of Carolyn! 

When I googled it I found this 

https://www.dibbleinstitute.org/mind-matters/

under buy-digital you can see the first two lessons and intro for free. 

Yes that is the resource for Carolyn's Mind Matters. Resilient Sac is the Sacramento ACEs Connection Collaborative that meets the second Tuesday of the month at 4PM, Kiwanis Family House next to UCD. Carolyn attends the meeting regularly and would be a great resource for you.

Wendie

Wendie Skala posted:

You might want to touch base with Carolyn Curtis and learn about her program "Mind Matters". Great for this age group. She can be reached through Resilient Sac.

Wendie Skala

Alison Diaz (Guest) posted:

ASK:
Seeking recommendations for materials to share with youth ages 16-24 who are in a job skills learning program. Open access - links, pdfs, etc would be ideal.

Specifically looking for materials that convey self-regulation in a visually engaging, graphic format. 

And, any other ideas or suggestions!
Thanks,
Karen

Good for you that you want to reach youth in a job skills program! Self regulation is so important!

Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience is the program that Wendie mentioned and Carolyn wrote for this age group because it can help you guide your young people towards healing.

It is meant to be taught by a paraprofessional in a classroom or other group setting with young people who have experienced early trauma. Its 12 lessons are engaging as well as comprehensive in scope.

You can download free sample activities from the link above, or send me an email at KayReed@DibbleInstitute.org for a free online 30 day review copy. (The Dibble Institute publishes Mind Matters.)

Hello Alison,  Please do check the curriculum I wrote that is specifically designed for this population: Miind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience. Please do contact Kay Reed for your online digital copy, I would be happy to answer any questions that you have.  916-995-6846  Carolyn

 

Doty Shepard posted:
Wendie Skala posted:

You might want to touch base with Carolyn Curtis and learn about her program "Mind Matters". Great for this age group. She can be reached through Resilient Sac.

Wendie Skala

Resilient Sac? Is that an abbreviation? I’d love to get ahold of Carolyn! 

Doty, its a page also found on ACEsConnection

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