Conscious Discipline is evidence-based and research-backed social and emotional learning based on four essential components scientifically and practically designed for success.
Conscious Discipline Brain State Model
The Conscious Discipline Brain State Model recognized three basic brain/body/mind states likely to produce certain behaviors. Intentional, state-specific responses enable access to advanced skills.
Seven Powers for Conscious Adults
The seven powers create a shift in the way adults see conflict so we can maintain composure and consciously respond to difficult situations. Adults ability to self-regulate is the precursor to teaching children social-emotional skills.
Creating the School Family
The School Family increases connection between adults and children at all levels, ensuring optimal development and learning for all. A School Family culture is built through consistent modeling of routines, rituals, and structures.
Seven Skills of Discipline
These seven skills transform everyday discipline issues into teachable moment, equipping children with the social-emotional and communication skills needed to manage themselves, resolve conflict and develop healthy behavior.