Training for Schools and Communities

Introduction to
Child Trauma

ACT 48 certified, trauma-informed classes that help schools and communities understand the basics. Attendees will learn what emotional trauma is, what causes it, and the common effects on children and teens.

Complex Trauma
in The Classroom

ACT 48 certified, trauma-informed classes on how to recognize and address trauma in the classroom. Attendees will learn about behaviors of children affected by trauma, academic and social learning consequences, and appropriate skills for supporting students. Interactive workshops are also available for advanced skill-building and in-depth and contextual training. 

Mindfulness
and Trauma

ACT 48 certified, trauma-informed classes on how mindfulness training can be used by caregivers and students. Attendees will learn the about the simple and highly productive tool of mindfulness, and how it can help improve traumatized brains and behavior. 

 

Introduction to Child Trauma

Introduction to Emotional Trauma
 

What is it, how does it happen and why is it critically important? This training can help parents, prospective parents, caregivers and professionals understand the basics of attachment. 

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Dr. Lark Eshleman, Ph.D.

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

 

Complex Trauma in The Classroom

Complex Trauma Part 1 - Neurobiology of Trauma: How Emotional Trauma Negatively Affects the Developing Brain

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Dr. Lark Eshleman, Ph.D.

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

Complex Trauma Part 2 - Identifying Common Effects of Complex Trauma on Students' Behavior, Academic and Social Learning

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Dr. Lark Eshleman, Ph.D.

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

Trauma in The Classroom: What It Looks Like and Skills to Address It

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Dr. Lark Eshleman, Ph.D.

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

Trauma and Sensory Processing Disorder
 

Understanding trauma processing disorder and the high rate of co-occurence with complex trauma, its significant impact on student performance and behavior, and the many ways to address it in the classroom.

Duration

2.5 Hours

Presenter

Christine Achenbach
Kimmel M.Ed. OTR/L

ACT 48 Credits

2.5

 

Mindfulness and Trauma

Mindfulness (Part 1): Caregivers Need Care Too! 
 

A simple, highly productive way to care for those of us who care for so many others. 

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Wynne Kinder, M.Ed.

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

Mindfulness (Part 2): Guiding Mindfulness in The Classroom
 

The single most single and effective, productive tool for improving traumatized brains and behavior. 

Duration

1.5 Hours

Presenter

Wynne Kinder, M.Ed. 

ACT 48 Credits

1.5

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