Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • The definitions and concepts associated with trauma
  • How the body and brain are affected when a person experiences a traumatic event
  • Which strategies and techniques can be appropriately integrated into your classroom to address the needs and concerns of your students


  • How triggers cause a survivor to re-experience
  • How the neuropathways of the brain are changed as a result of experiencing trauma
  • Muscle memory as it related to experiencing trauma
  • How by building trust and compassion in relationships we can help people overcome and heal from trauma

and Be Able To

  • Use social and emotional teaching strategies to promote a safe and kind classroom environment
  • Apply “whole child” concepts to lessons in an effective and appropriate manner
  • Apply teaching strategies that empower students and promote good mental health practices
  • Help students build resiliency in the face of adversity

and much, much more!

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