FAB Turtle Strategy

I developed the FAB Turtle Strategy as a simple method for teaching children and adolescents with complex behavioral challenges to avoid aggression. The FAB Turtle Strategy enables kids to anticipate and avoid aggression. It is a modification of the PATHS (Promoting Positive Thinking Strategies) Tucker Turtle Technique used with permission from developer Dr. Greenberg.

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It is helpful to use the FAB Turtle Strategy revisions to develop an age appropriate revision of the Tucker Turtle Story  The FAB Turtle Strategy works well with the evidence-based PATHS curriculum (Domitrovich et al., 2013) and mindfulness strategies (Greenburg & Harris, 2012). The FAB Turtle Strategy is included in my new FAB Strategies book FAB Book on Amazon

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with the picture available for therapist’s to copy

References

Domitrovich CE, Morgan NR, Moore, JE et al. One versus two years: Does length of exposure to an enhanced preschool program impact the academic functioning of disadvantaged children in kindergarten? Early Child Res Q. 2013;2(4):704-713.

Greenberg MT, Harris AR. Nurturing mindfulness in children and youth: Current state of research. Child Development Perspectives. 2012 Jun;6(2):161-6.

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  1. Thanks for sharing. I’ve found the turtle analogy helpful for some students. Anything to slow down that automatic and over-learned physical response.

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