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A Group Intervention to Address Emotion Dysregulation

What is Regulating Together?

Regulating Together is a group intervention for emotion dysregulation in youth ages 8-18. Research has shown it is helpful at helping youth and their caregivers manage strong emotions and families share what a positive experience they had in the group.

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"I like that things like built off of each other, like learning, learning the the scale first and then moving on to you know a flexibility and then big problem little problem. I liked the flow of information."

— Regulating Together Participant
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Blog: News and Updates

May Research Newsletter

May 16, 2024

Check out our May Autism Research Newsletter that highlights current studies, community activities, and more!

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Regulating Together Pilot Trial Findings

March 31, 2024

Our pilot results were published in 2023 and this image demonstrates what we found as part of the trial. These results fueled our program development and current ongoing research studies. If you are interested in learning more about ongoing trials, click the Participate tab!

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Emotion Dysregulation in Fragile X Syndrome

February 16, 2024

By Mya Jones & Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD Authors:  Rebecca C Shaffer, Debra L Reisinger, Lauren M Schmitt, Martine Lamy, Kelli C Dominick, Elizabeth G Smith, Marika C Coffman, Anna J Esbensen Summary: A large portion of individuals with Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) experience the inability to change how strongly they feel an emotional experience or […]

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