Applied Developmental Perspectives on Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress

$3.00 | CEU Hours:1.00 | Beginning

CEU Course Description

There are seven key principles that summarize the understanding of self-regulation development.  This CEU course provides a comprehensive framework for understanding those key principles of self-regulation in context, using a theoretical model that reflects the influence of biology, caregiving, and the environment on the development of self-regulation.  Consideration of how stress and adversity may impact self-regulation, along with the developmental tasks of self-regulation from birth through young adulthood, with particular attention to contextual factors that may impact development are also discussed.

Article Author:  Murray, D., Rosanbalm, K., Christopoulos, C., and Hamoudi, A.  (2015, January).  Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress: Foundations for Understanding Self-Regulation from an Applied Developmental Perspective.  OPRE Report #2015-21, Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Retrieved from:  https://www.acf.hhs.gov/opre/resource/self-regulation-and-toxic-stress-foundations-for-understanding-self-regulation-from-an-applied-developmental-perspective

 

CEU Course Objectives

1.  Explain which processes are essential for self-regulation.

2.  Describe the concept related to self-regulation that has been defined as “positive or protective processes that reduce maladaptive outcomes under conditions of risk.”

3.  List three experiences that can cause a toxic stress response in children.

4.  Identify the most internal factor influencing a child’s capacity for self-regulation.

5.  Apply the goal of self-regulation interventions.

 

CEU Outline with Main Points

1.  Understanding Self-Regulation in Context

a.  Definition, Domains, and Processes of Self-Regulation from an Applied Perspective

b.  Distinguishing Self-Regulation from Related Constructs: Resilience, Coping, and Stress Management

c.  A Comprehensive Model of Self-Regulation in Context

d.  Self-Regulation and Stress

2.  Development of Self-Regulation from Birth to Young Adulthood

a.  Co-Regulation

b.  Developmental Nature of Self-Regulation

c.  Summary of key points about self-regulation and its development

 

 

Date Added: 2017-12-28

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