CLC curriculum is based in a three-step structure – Science, Exercise for the Brain, and Extension of Self (SEE) – where students learn life tools to manage impulse control, increased communication skills, healthier habits, improved sleep, self-acceptance and coping mechanisms for stress and anxiety.
CLC Adolescent Behavioral Health Lessons for Educators
Helping adolescents understand and manage thoughts, emotions and behaviors
CLC curriculum meets Colorado State Tier 1 Tertiary Behavioral Health Requirements for Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). Click on the video below to review a sample course.
Educators can access engaging and inspiring lessons in the following subjects to teach students the Neuroscience of Behavioral Health specifically designed for adolescents. Each lesson includes testing materials.
Introduction to Brain Science
The Effects of Stress on the Brain and Body
How the Autonomic Nervous System Works
Understanding Triggers & Amygdala Hijack
How Trauma Effects the Brain & Body
Trauma-Informed Responses (TIR)s
The Neuroscience of Addictive Behavior
The Effects of Continuous Partial Attention
The Function of the Vagus Nerve
How Mirror Neurons Work
The Brain and Heart Connection
Cognitive Behavioral Lessons:
Introduction to Mindfulness
Managing Emotions in Difficult Situations
Awareness of Thoughts and Emotions
Reducing Stress with Organization
Technology &Continuous Partial Attention
The Effects of Optimism
Mindful Eating and Addictive Behaviors
The Effects of Gratitude on Brain and Body
The Science of Kindness
CLC Behavioral Health for Adolescents Curriculum Details
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(Starting August 2020)