Rose, J, Gilbert, L and McGuire-Snieckus, R (2015) 'Emotion coaching - a strategy for promoting behavioural self-regulation in children/young people in schools: a pilot study.' The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences, XIII. pp. 1766-1790. ISSN 2301-2218
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Emotion coaching is a parenting style clinically observed in the USA which supports children’s emotional self - regulation, social skills, physical health and academic success. A pilot study in a rural disadvantaged area in England sought to evaluate the effectiveness of training practitioners who work with children and young people in schools, early years settings and youth centres to apply emotion coaching strategies in professional contexts, particularly during emotionally intensive and behavioural incidents. The study rested on the premise that supportive adults can individually and collectively empower children and young people to build a repertoire of internal and external socio-emotional regulatory skills that promote prosocial behavior. A mixed method approach was adopted (n=127). The findings suggest the efficacy of adopting emotion coaching strategies to support behavioural management approaches and policies within settings across the age range. Data from school contexts are largely recorded here. The research is the first pilot in the UK that builds on and complements similar work being undertaken in the USA and Australia.
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