Emotional Regulation Skills for Kids: Tapping in the Classroom for Ages 6-10
GUEST SPEAKER: Sarah Gilbert talks about how a character in her children’s books called Little Sunflower is helping children ages 6-10 to develop their emotional regulation skills.
As we know, student mental health problems can get in the way of a child’s ability to learn effectively and be happy in school. With the average age of mental health problems for children in the UK down to 14 (and getting lower), Sarah invites schools to ask themselves – why wait until children are older and have a mental health problem? Why not introduce emotional life skills programs into school as a preventative intervention in the early years?
A qualified teacher and EFT Practitioner, Sarah has combined her teaching and tapping skills and experience to create educational wellbeing programs for schools seeking to help curb the mental health problems that can get in the way of students’ ability to learn and socialize well.
emotional regulation skills for children ages 6-10
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Sarah Gilbert trained with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama as a drama teacher. After teaching for 10 years she followed that with a Post Grad in Professional Acting at the Drama Studio, London, and worked as an actor and voice artist. She completed a Certificate in Counselling from the University of Ulster, and is a Certified and Accredited EFT Practitioner with EFT International. She is currently completing an Open University Course on Embedding Mental Health Practices in the Curriculum, and is a published author. You can find Sarah’s Little Sunflower book series and learn more about her services by visiting her website: littlesunflower.ie