Trauma Free World partners with Efecto Esperanza

This amazing organization is not only learning trauma-informed care, but training others and working with Unicef to build stronger foster families in Mexico.   Who is Efecto Esperanza? Efecto Esperanza is changing the care of vulnerable children and adolescents by providing family-based solutions. Efecto Esperanza has partnerships in several Latin American countries, which are also […]

Trauma Free World partners with Joshua’s Place

Engaging the families we work with from a trauma informed care approach has promoted deeper healing and transformation.    Who is Joshua’s Place? Joshua’s Place is a non profit organization in Warren County Ohio. Joshua’s Place exists to help individuals and families overcome the barriers in their lives that cause instability. What do you do? […]

The Great Resignation is Sparking a Renaissance in Leadership

Employees are demanding better responses to mental health needs and work-life balance and, as a result, savvy leaders are overhauling their approach to employee wellness. Smart leaders are responding to mental health Are you wanting to create a high-retention, high-performance, work culture? Who isn’t?! Now, more than ever, it’s critical to have a leadership team […]

How Coaches Can Build More Resilient Teams

In athletics it’s often the off-season that really makes the difference for in-season success. Getting stronger. Building skill. Making adjustments. Updating strategy. Reinforcing culture. Team culture is the x-factor Most coaches will tell you that a resilient and positive team culture is often the X-factor that makes a difference between winning and losing. It inspires […]

School Mental Health Initiatives Don’t Deliver

Young student

Talking about Schools and Mental Health In early March of this year one of my favorite education websites – – published an opinion piece, Schools and Educators Are Uniquely Positioned to Support Students’ Mental Health. Here Are 7 Things They Can Do.  For those who find themselves immersed in the current discussion about schools […]

What Kind of Tired Are You? And 7 kinds of rest.

It’s January and, if you’re like me, you’re still polishing up your goals and figuring out how you can give a few areas in your life a reboot this year. At the same time, my newsfeed over the past few months keeps telling me how many of us are languishing, experiencing anxiety, or feeling constantly […]

What We Don’t Talk Out, We Act Out

I work with Trauma Free World and frequently get to see how trauma-informed care training  changes lives and helps people find hope and healing for themselves and others. I’m a trainer myself, but my primary role is to support our Affiliate Trainers who train people and organizations around the world. This is a story from […]

A new partnership: Adoption-Share

Adoption-Share Integrates Trauma Free World’s Overview Course Into Its Family-Match Program to Better Prepare Prospective Foster and Adoptive Parents Online The platform that brings reform, efficiency and innovation to the private and public domestic adoption arena integrates Trauma Free World’s 60-Minute Trauma Informed Care Overview course as a requirement for Family-Match’s pre-screening process. Once the […]

New Partner—The Care Center of Loveland

Care Center of Loveland

Trauma Free World Provides Its World-Class On-Demand Virtual Trauma Training to Staff and Volunteers at The Care Center of Loveland in Ohio The faith based, community services organization purchases Trauma Free World’s All Access Pass for staff and an initial 100 licenses for volunteers to help them better support its guests who may have been […]

Partnering with CESA to Train Educators

Trauma Free World Creates Custom Podcast Series to Train Faculty and Staff at The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA) Schools The four-part podcast series was created specifically to enable CESA’s 72-member Christian schools to provide better support to their students during the unprecedented trauma of the 2020 school year. The partnership aims to […]

A New Grant from the Starbucks Foundation

Actor John Krasinski’s Some Good News Network Selects Trauma Free World to Receive Donations from Some Good Merch and Starbucks Foundation The online news show, created by actor and filmmaker John Krasinski, is dedicated to delivering good news stories, while also making good things happen through its Some Good News (SGN) Store partnership with cause […]

A New Partnership—Taylor University

Taylor University

Trauma Free World Enhances Taylor University’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children Major with Its World-Class Childhood Trauma Training The oldest non-denominational school in Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, ranking second among Indiana schools, partnered with Trauma Free World to introduce its on-demand childhood trauma course in its Orphans & Vulnerable Children major. Cincinnati, OH – […]

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