For teachers, the Intro course with Companion Guide for Educators is a great place to start. It dives into four of the seven principles of trauma-informed care—the impacts of trauma, maximizing felt safety, reducing overwhelming emotions, and managing overwhelming behaviors. The Companion Guide includes self-reflection and group discussion questions to help you process and put the learnings into practice.
For coaches, we recommend the Trauma-informed Leadership course with the Companion Guide for Coaches. This course focuses on applying the principles in a team environment.
Both courses are broken down into short video modules so you can learn at your own pace or use the four-week plan to discuss once per week as a group. Email our Group Sales team to get your school set up.
Download our host guide with easy ways to help your team get excited about building a more positive workplace.
Book a free 20-minute chat with Brian, from our Sales team, and he will help you get your team set up to start learning.
Understanding trauma helps you get to the root of serious issues like absenteeism, bullying, and violence, and get students on a positive path.
Teachers who understand trauma are better prepared to address disruptive behaviors and know how to create a safe space that helps the whole class thrive.