Conscious Discipline Announces Dates and Opens Registration for 2020 SEL Workshops

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Two-day workshop topics include understanding trauma, teaching self-regulation, creating behavior plans for challenging children and working with students with ASD

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“Conscious Discipline is life-changing. It is the best training I’ve attended in my 12 years of teaching,” said educator Elizabeth Bracken.

Conscious Discipline, a leading social and emotional learning (SEL) provider that integrates trauma-informed care, discipline, self-regulation and school culture, today announced dates and locations for its 2020 SEL workshops.

Conscious Discipline’s two-day workshops are facilitated in locations across the country by founder and SEL pioneer Dr. Becky Bailey and Master Instructors with extensive experience in teaching, training and successful SEL implementation. Workshops provide an in-depth focus on specific SEL-related topics and incorporate interactive lectures, discussion and practice of new skills and knowledge. Conscious Discipline has a proven track record of success spanning more than 20 years, with outcomes including a positive shift in school culture, reduced discipline referrals, improved academics and test scores, increased teaching time and low staff turnover.

“Conscious Discipline is life-changing. It is the best training I’ve attended in my 12 years of teaching,” said educator Elizabeth Bracken. “I’ve been to a seven-day training and two workshops, and it never gets old. I always walk away feeling reinvigorated and ready to try something new and productive.”

Registration for Conscious Discipline events now features both Individual and Team options. Team Registration, intended for groups of two or more, offers helpful tools for schools and districts bringing groups to events, including a more convenient checkout process and the ability to invite attendees and manage seats within the Team.

The 2020 workshop schedule consists of dynamic events on a wide range of topics:

Connecting with Hard to Reach Children
February 7-8, 2020
Tallahassee, Fla.
Facilitator: Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Introduction to Conscious Discipline
February 18-19
Denver, Colo.
Facilitator: Karen Hickman, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Conscious Discipline for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
February 29-March 1
Orlando, Fla.
Facilitators: Dr. Becky Bailey, Conscious Discipline Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer; Kim Jackson, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor; Cheryl Cotter, Director of Programs, The Autism Project

Self-Regulation with the Feeling Buddies™
April 16-17
St. Peters, Mo.
Facilitator: Karen Hickman, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Elevate Social Emotional Learning Conference: Start Strong with Conscious Discipline the First Six Weeks
July 29-31
Orlando, Fla.
Facilitators: Dr. Becky Bailey, Conscious Discipline Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer, with Conscious Discipline Master and Certified Instructors

Building Success Plans for Children with Challenging Behaviors
September 24-25
Liberty, Mo.
Facilitator: Jill Molli, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Building Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms and Schools: 7 Strategies for Teachers and Administrators
September 25-26
Providence, R.I.
Facilitators: Dr. Becky Bailey, Conscious Discipline Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer with Kim Jackson, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Conscious Discipline for Administrators
October 5-6
New Albany, Ind.
Facilitator: Jill Molli, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Building Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms and Schools: 7 Strategies for Teachers and Administrators
December 4-5
Orlando, Fla.
Facilitators: Dr. Becky Bailey, Conscious Discipline Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer with Kim Jackson, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Register for Conscious Discipline workshops and read full event descriptions at http://www.ConsciousDiscipline.com/professional-development/events.

About Conscious Discipline
Conscious Discipline provides a comprehensive, trauma-informed social emotional program that is based on current brain research, child development information and developmentally appropriate practices. All aspects of Conscious Discipline focus on creating a safe, connected environment for children to learn and practice the skills needed for healthy social, emotional and academic development. Conscious Discipline methodology has been recognized by SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), and it was named a national model for character education by the Florida State Legislature. Research shows that Conscious Discipline decreases aggression, impulsivity and hyperactivity while creating a positive environment in the school or home. In schools, Conscious Discipline has been shown to decrease discipline referrals while increasing teaching time and academic achievement. Learn more at http://www.consciousdiscipline.com.

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