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Cultivating Resilience and Compassion in an At-Home Schooling Environment: Follow-Up Webinar for Q + A, Skills Practice and Experiential Activities - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindy Settevendemie
30:30
Welcome, all!
Jennifer Knox
30:31
Welcome Everyone!
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
30:45
• This is a joint TRI/SEE Learning webinar. You will enter muted. Please introduce yourself upon arriving. You can put comments and questions in the chat on by using the Q+A function of Zoom. The purpose of this webinar is to address questions and discuss resilience skills, so please feel free to comment and contribute!
Alena Cansler
30:52
Hello Everyone, We are so pleased you could join us today.
Elaine Miller-Karas
31:15
Welcome everyone!
Lindy Settevendemie
31:55
Hi everyone! I’m with SEE Learning.
Mikkel Bjelke Kristiansen
32:10
Hi everyone! I’m with SEE Learning.
Lindy Settevendemie
33:18
Yes! One moment please...
Rachel Ryer
34:01
Hello everyone... I am a teacher in NM
Jyotti Pannu
34:12
Hi everyone! I work with Aspiranet in California and I am also a CRM trainer.
Hye Jung Kim
34:27
Aloha! Hye Jung Kim joining from Kailua, Hawaiʻi
Lindy Settevendemie
35:37
The first webinar recording: https://emory.zoom.us/rec/play/7MV-c7qqqj03E4aQtQSDV_QrW43uf6ys0HQWrPcOnhq1UHJQZgHwM7BGY7CNCSSSuLnj07yCdQVUTTKi?autoplay=true&startTime=1585256421000
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
35:46
Welcome everyone!
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
36:04
• This is a joint TRI/SEE Learning webinar. You will enter muted. Please introduce yourself upon arriving. You can put comments and questions in the chat on by using the Q+A function of Zoom. The purpose of this webinar is to address questions and discuss resilience skills, so please feel free to comment and contribute!
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
36:46
Jen and Elaine will open by responding to a question from the first webinar: “Could you share more at-home resources and activities?"
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
38:04
“What or who uplifts you? What or who gives you strength? What or who helps you get through hard times?"
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
38:15
Singing
Shannon Airhart
38:16
A bigger purpose - a bigger meaning to life (transcendence)
Annie O'Shaughnessy
38:16
Nature
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
38:17
Music
Lindy Settevendemie
38:23
Hi! did you check your junk mail?
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
38:24
Friends
Rachel Ryer
38:25
breath
Marny Maslon
38:26
My grandchildren
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
38:28
Not junk mail
Brad Kuntz
38:39
my partner
Annie O'Shaughnessy
38:45
Online circles
Gina Barnes
38:49
gardening and yoga
Lindy Settevendemie
39:00
OOPS!
Pushkar Shinde
39:00
Sunrises and sunsets
Jyotti Pannu
39:14
music
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
39:45
Yes, loud music!
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
40:44
Tracking is noticing “what happens on the inside?” What sensations arise — and can we attend to the pleasant and neutral ones?
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
40:56
Deeper breath
Elaine Miller-Karas
41:00
Deeper breath
Annie O'Shaughnessy
41:11
Inner stilllness
Sergio Hurtado
41:20
i smile
Rachel Ryer
41:53
sorry, I go the opposite way with this, tight chest working on it
Miranda Dillard
41:55
Deeper breathing
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
42:56
“Is there a place in your body that feels better?”
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
43:15
“You can also draw your attention to some place outside the body — colors… countdown from 20. Sometimes this can make the body feel better."
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
44:48
Question: “Can you review how High and Low Zones are manifest in the nervous system? Sympathetic arousal, brain structures?"
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
52:33
Thanks for all the great questions. Please continue to share your questions, thoughts, comments, etc.
Rachel Ryer
54:42
Can we see these slides later or again... the stations of the HELP NOW and tiles of many strategies
Lindy Settevendemie
55:31
Yes, we will share a pdf of the slides, etc
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
01:00:11
Question: ““I had a child who was very, very upset - we were outside and I had him touch the bark of a tree and describe it to me.. he did so but said, while crying, “it’s not working”. I then tried to have him notice different colors but he had tuned out. How do we work with situations like this?”
Rachel Ryer
01:01:37
What about first acknowledging what is said, "It's not working"... mirroring the distress in a small way and go with him to come out of that state?
Lindy Settevendemie
01:02:51
Rachel, yes, first acknowledging it is not working is good. Showing you’re listening, that you understand.
Lindy Settevendemie
01:05:58
Help now strategies posters and worksheet:
Lindy Settevendemie
01:05:59
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ViDmHXv3tMj5NvoDiw1knX7mBaGFUZRZ
Jolan Nagi
01:06:23
Thank you , be safe
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
01:06:59
Hi Michael, yes, Non-violent Communication is a great approach that we also incorporate in SEE Learning: Identifying feelings and needs, and the relationship between them.
Alena Cansler
01:09:38
Hi Pashkar, Thank you for your question. TRI has found that the Help Now! Skills can be helpful in both chronic stress and acute stress situations.
Pushkar Shinde
01:10:20
Fantastic, thank you!
Alena Cansler
01:10:29
My apology for my typo in your name
Alena Cansler
01:11:42
Sensation walk
Jennifer Knox
01:12:38
Sensation bag
Karen Ebner
01:17:32
It’s really hard!
Elaine Miller-Karas
01:19:52
It is very hard right now….understanding the zones, getting out iChill and showing zones can help ourselves and our partners
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
01:21:34
https://hbr.org/2020/03/that-discomfort-youre-feeling-is-grief
Karen Ebner
01:22:40
This is a great article…
Karen Ebner
01:24:22
Thank you
Lindy Settevendemie
01:25:08
Another good article on grief: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/23/well/family/coronavirus-grief-loss.html?referringSource=articleShare
Lindy Settevendemie
01:26:28
Thank you for sharing that, Michael. Very helpful!
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
01:26:43
Thanks, Michael that’s help as sometimes “social distancing” has a less positive connotation
Karen Ebner
01:27:54
I just had a good cry…
Brendan Ozawa-desilva
01:27:56
“Call up something that helps you get through difficult times.”
Tanaz B
01:28:24
Karen sending you a big hug
Tanaz B
01:28:39
and expanding the big hug out to everyone here.
Karen Ebner
01:28:51
Thank you it is much needed!
Tanaz B
01:28:52
:)
Rachel Ryer
01:29:03
Gratitude and being kind to each other
Monica Cavicchioli
01:29:39
warmly relationship
Karen Ebner
01:30:04
That went by so quickly...
Sergio Hurtado
01:30:07
knowing that i love and that im loved
Rachel Ryer
01:31:12
bye and thanks, lovely to be here with you
Tanaz B
01:31:18
Thaaaaaaaaaaaank you!!! Sending gratitude to all of you for your thoughtfulness, deep caring, generosity of time (and spirit)
Lindy Settevendemie
01:31:23
Thank you all! Take good care :)
aida iruegas
01:31:28
Thank you