Collaborative Emotion Processing

Every child wants to succeed and feel liked by their caregivers and peers. As providers, we can foster empathy and support the development of healthy relationships…but what happens when challenging behaviors interfere with these outcomes? We need practical strategies for moving through tough moments, engaging families, and catalyzing lasting change. The Collaborative Emotion Processing method, co-developed by Lauren Stauble and Alyssa Blask Campbell, uses current brain science and time-tested child development concepts to interpret challenging behaviors in innovative ways. Perfect for caregivers who are deepening their practice, just starting out, or finding themselves somewhere in between.

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The CEP Deck
The way a specific emotion looks and feels for each of us and the stories that correlate are unique because emotion concepts are specific to culture. As children we learn emotion concepts from the people around us. This includes how to recognize them, what to do with them, and their related symbols. The CEP Deck is a tool that we created for teaching emotion concepts using the Collaborative Emotion Processing method.

Getting Started
Are challenging behaviors getting you or your staff down? Not sure where to begin? Ready to learn more? Ready to book? Schedule a consultation with Lauren Stauble, co-creator of the Collaborative Emotion Processing Method, and co-author of Tiny Humans, Big Emotions: How to Navigate Tantrums, Meltdowns, and Defiance to Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children.

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