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AIM is the outcome of the implementation of 3 evidence-based practices of intervention for children. The 3 elements of AIM are Mindfulness Training, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). When fused together in a dynamic system, the results include a promising recipe of support for social and emotional problems in childhood. Social and Emotional Learning is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions

 

Using the three evidence-based practices by completing worksheets each day. These worksheets consist of Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment, as well as the use of ABA. This will address functions of behavior such as: attention, escape, tangible or sensory needs, as it relates to each individual student. In addition, this will promote and provide social emotional skills for interpersonal relationships, distress tolerance, and psychological flexibility. There are 6 domains that will be monitored with the daily points sheet. The goal is to have a minimum of 10 points each day.

Present Moment                                            Defusion
- being here now                                            - watching what your thinking
- engaging in what is happening now        - detaching from thoughts or memoires
- not going through the motions                 - not getting caught up in thoughts
- not drifting into own thoughts                 - ability to let go of negative thoughts

 

 

Acceptance                                                     Self as Context
- opening up                                                    - awareness of self
- making room for feelings                          - separating the thinking self and the
- letting thoughts be and not getting         observing self
overwhelmed                                                  - recognizing changes

 

Values                                                             Committed Action
- knowing what matters                                  - taking effective action
- standing up for something                          - doing the work
- choosing or recognizing a purposeful      - moving in a chosen direction
  direction or behaviour
- using one’s own “compass”

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