Science & Stories
Join the world renowned psychology and philosophy professor; Dr. Stuart Shanker as he takes us on a journey through the historical, political, scientific and philosophical background of some of the biggest issues of our time.
In our 6-episode first Season, join Dr. Shanker each week as he unpacks a new topic such as Freedom and Constraint, Polarization, COVID-19, Anti-Vaxxers, Shamelessness and Threats to Democracy. Each episode has important lessons for us all, linking back to the Shanker Self-Reg perspective and will shed new light on these important topics.
Dear Global Self-Reggers, I firmly believe that we are at a Tipping Point. The kind that Tears for Fears sing about in their brand-new album. That makes a song like “’Cos freedom is no small thing” so desperately poignant. Like all Tipping Points, there were a...
By Kim Smith For a school leader, every month is busy but May and June can be especially challenging. These are the tips our Self-Regger, Kim Smith, wants to share with school leaders to help you head towards the summer in a happy and healthy way.What’s on the school...
Dear Global Self-Reggers, The Christmas Truce is one of the most haunting of all stories from the First World War and without question one of the most profound. On the evening of Dec 24th, 1914, something extraordinary happened. German soldiers on the front had been...
November 25th, 2020
Use the embedded player to listen to the recent ‘Tell Me Your Story’ podcast with Richard Dugan, featuring Dr. Stuart Shanker. In this podcast Dr. Shanker discusses his study of stress, his inspiration behind the development of Shanker Self-Reg®, what lead him on his quest for a Just Society, and ultimately to writing his newest book REFRAMED: Self-Reg for A Just Society.
In The News
November 20th, 2020
CEO Susan Hopkins on Global News: ‘Stress In Teenagers’
In this Global News segment, Self-Reg Global’s CEO; Susan Hopkins; shares how the 5 steps of Shanker Self-Reg® can be helpful for understanding and responding to teenager stress.