Our guest today is Brandee El-Attar. Brandee is a family success coach as well as a behavioral consultant, parent-educator, volunteer extraordinaire, blogger, and budding author. She loves making connections, reflecting upon life, and sharing it with others. Helping people navigate the complexities of parenting, managing a kiddo with special needs, or stepping into their own greatness, is where she SHINES. And she always seeks the lessons from each and every experience and is one who strongly believes in owning your OWN IMPACT. To this end, she aspires to help others find the joy, meaning, and deep connectedness in their innermost circles with whom they share their most intimate life experiences~their family.
Her life’s purpose is to LOVE her people fiercely, as her children are her LEGACY to this world. She wears that responsibility like a prideful ribbon. Her secondary purpose is to be a sharer of the wisdom she gleans along the way. Providing insight and inspiration to help others UP their personal and parenting GROWTH GAME. Her greatest hope is to be a guiding light for those that are seeking clarity, connection, and community as they find their own personal formula for fulfillment. To help them release the daily chaos and find their FLOW.
I am really excited about this episode because we will be shedding some light on parenting and how it relates to SEL. We will certainly not be perfect each moment of every day. But by opening an honest dialogue about our emotions and incorporating SEL into our days with intentionality, we are helping ourselves and our children now and for the future. Listen in for some great strategies of exactly how to accomplish this.
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The Alert Program® for Self-Regulation
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MORE ABOUT DR. BARNES —
Dr. Tia N. Barnes is an education researcher with a passion for improving social/emotional outcomes for culturally diverse students and those with emotional and behavioral disorders. Her research focuses on the social-emotional well-being of minoritized populations. To study this she focuses on the areas of social-emotional learning, culturally responsive pedagogy, and special education. Her research has been published in Prevention Science, International Journal of Educational Research, Aggression and Violent Behavior, Infant and Child Development, Journal of School Violence, and Developmental Review.