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Both under- and over-arousal (hypo and hyper) can lead to information processing problems. When we consider the importance of arousal in emotional and behavioural regulation, we need to understand that the ‘internal world’ of the person does impact on their day-to-day behaviour.

This unit looks at arousal and emotional regulation, together with gaining an understanding of the importance of reflective practice as part of the wider understanding.

Aims and outcomes

By the end of this unit, participants will:

  • have developed an understanding of the concept of low arousal
  • be able to think about regulation with reference to themselves and others
  • understand the link between reflective practice and arousal.

Unit contents

  • Considering the concept of arousal
  • Arousal and challenging behaviour
  • The link between reflective practice and low arousal
  • Regulation
  • Reflective practice
  • Action planning

Unit content

Unit 2: What is Low Arousal and what does it mean to me?