The Regulated Classroom© begins with regulating the educator
The stress of the pandemic has created a crisis in education, leaving many educators overwhelmed, exhausted, and burned out.
Heal burnout by equipping educators to bring regulation to their own nervous system - supporting engagement, connection, and learning in the classroom.
What We Are Hearing About The Regulated Classroom©
Many appreciate The Regulated Classroom© approach, guidebook, and the self-care toolkits during this challenging time
Bethann Clauss, LICSW
Executive Director of MAPS Counseling
Emily Daniels gets it... we can’t offer a space for kids to learn and grow if we aren’t regulated as adults. I love the work that she does with The Regulated Classroom© because she empowers teachers to attend to what they need so that they can be grounded enough to connect with and teach the children in their classroom.
Instructional Paraprofessional at Symonds School, NH
The educator self-care toolkit has been wonderful. I have been using the weighted scarf every night to help decompress after a long school day. The weight on my shoulders helps me unwind and relax when I am at home recharging for the next school day! I have also been a person who benefits from the use of a "fidget" throughout my daily activities. I found a small one in particular in the toolkit that is small enough to fit in my pocket and is inconspicuous when using it! I am very thankful for the toolkit and believe all educators would benefit from having one!
Elementary Teacher, Winchester, NH
My family and I are loving the support from The Regulated Classroom©!!!
I was able to work on my piriformis issues with the ball and help regulate one on my sons and myself with the weighted scarf after long days. I’ve also been able to support a couple of fidgety students. I can’t wait to try some of the new activities in the book!
Irving Richardson, Ed.D.
Coordinator for Public Education and School Support - NH NEA
The current pandemic has upended the lives of children and educators. Educators need knowledge and strategies to address children's social and emotional needs. The Regulated Classroom© provides the materials to help educators address children's needs.
I highly recommend Emily Daniels and her work.
Ginger Healy, LCSE
Parenting Program Director at Attachment and Trauma Network
I love The Regulated Classroom© guidebook for so many reasons.
It’s succinct, no long drawn out chapters you will never get to - just practical strategies and tools. Educators need trauma-informed materials to truly impact the students in their classroom.
It’s not another thing “to do;” it’s about using these strategies in order to make what you are doing work and be more impactful.
Special Education Paraeducator
We got the Educator Self-Care Toolkits at our school and they are incredible!
Thank you so much! I personally love the weighted scarf! It has been amazing not only at school but also at home. I brought it home and I use it all the time. It helps me feel more relexed and reduces tension in my shoulders and neck. I love using it while working on my college courses and when I am feeling anxious. Thank you so much!
You have questions— our team is here to support you.
Emily Read Daniels
Founder and Author
Emily is the author of the The Regulated Classroom© approach and a trauma-informed schools consultant. Emily hates being called an “expert” because she is continually seeking more knowledge. So we’re still looking for another word to describe someone with decades of professional experience,
continued education and training, and intense passion.
Meet Margot, our Support Guru. Margot manages our day-to-day operations and client support. She’s the kind, pragmatic voice ensuring needs are met. To quote Margot, “I’m a problem solver, that’s what I do.” Added bonus– Her extensive education and experience in the field of human services make her an invaluable thought-partner.
Kristen M. Bernier
Kristen is a communications and branding consultant working in deep partnership with The Regulated Classroom©. Kristen specializes in Polyvagal-informed organizational communication strategies. Her super-power is translating the neuroscience Emily gives her into language we non-experts can understand.