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Managing The Difficult Emotions: A Programme Fo...


Many typicallydeveloping children learn to manage their emotions by the time they beginelementary school.2 But people on the spectrum may struggle withthis skill into adulthood. Autistic adults and teens with this difficulty may dwellon an unhappy incident for days, respond strongly to social rejection, and relyon others to help them calm down, according to an article by autism researchers.About three out of four autistic adults have depression or anxiety, and difficultieswith managing emotions are believed to influence these problems.2




Managing the Difficult Emotions: A Programme fo...



Currently, most of our courses are run online on Microsoft Teams but there are some options for face to face courses. We also offer a separate course for carers of people having difficulty managing intense emotions. Information about this course and how to access it can be found below.


Mental health promotion and prevention interventions aim to strengthen an individual's capacity to regulate emotions, enhance alternatives to risk-taking behaviours, build resilience for managing difficult situations and adversity, and promote supportive social environments and social networks.


Emotional regulation disorder is a condition where someone has difficulty managing their feelings. This inability to adequately regulate emotions is referred to as dysregulation. Dysregulation is a poor ability to manage emotional responses or keep reactions within an acceptable range.


High school can be filled with difficult transitions and major decisions. Grades, college, friendships, relationships, family, and identity exploration mark this time period in a teen's life. Learn some tools to manage stress, both by identifying and managing emotions and by making effective decisions for long-term success.


participants learn strategies for managing symptoms, working with health care professionals, setting weekly goals, problem-solving, relaxing, handling difficult emotions, eating well, and exercising safely and easily.


This group is based on a curriculum developed by TRAILS, a University of Michigan Depression Center program, and will teach evidence-based skills for coping with and managing difficult emotions.


Practice responding to distressing emotional states with grounding techniques and self-soothing strategies. If these are difficult or you need additional help, please contact us. Therapy can help you develop coping strategies, new perspectives, and skills for managing difficult emotions.


This six-week workshop helps Caregivers in two key ways: it offers training in how to provide better care, and it also helps Caregivers learn how to manage their own emotions, stress and physical health. Topics covered include: managing your stress, communicating more effectively, taking care of your own health, managing difficult emotions, managing difficult behaviors, and getting support from other Caregivers while sharing your experience. Caregivers are asked to log on at least 2-3 times per week. A new session will be posted each week, and you will be able to participate with 20-25 Caregivers.


Remember that you are managing a difficult situation and supporting a person who needs you. Nobody is perfect and everyone gets frustrated at times or makes mistakes. You are helping the person enormously by just being there and caring for them. Dementia is a complex, unpredictable and progressive condition, so caring for a person with dementia is often unlike caring for someone with any other condition. 041b061a72


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