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Psychology Art

I believe art can help make complex concepts a little easier to understand. For visual thinkers, seeing a concept illustrated can help make connections. Even for those who don’t identify as visual thinkers, seeing an illustration can help us remember a concept in a more meaningful way than if we just reading about it or are told about it. In this category I’ve collected my psychology illustrations, comics, and visuals that don’t seem to fit in other, more specific, categories.

Rainbow of Emotional Regulation – A Social Emotional Learning Printable Infographic

All of us have some resiliency to cope with challenges. When we encounter difficult experiences that take us past the range of our ability to tolerate, the ways we tend to respond fall into one of two categories: those of us who get agitated, and those of us who shut down.

Emotional regulation refers to our ability to stay present, engaged, and able to listen and learn despite challenges. My rainbow of emotional regulation is a social-emotional learning resource that can help teach this concept in the classroom, in counseling sessions, or at home.

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