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A tiered approach, that’s rooted in a culture of collaboration and safety, is the best way to make sure that all staff, students, and families are included in a trauma-informed approach.

 

"Even if an adverse event doesn’t result in the clinical symptoms of trauma, it can still have a profoundly negative impact on all spheres of a child’s development: physically, cognitively, behaviorally, socially, and emotionally. A trauma-informed environment accounts for the potential of harm and embeds supportive elements for prevention and early intervention.”

 

Professional Development

Engaged

Mindful

Neurobiological

Connection

 
  • Understand and apply the mind/body connection

  • Support active lifestyles

  • Empower healthy choices and habits

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    Services    

 

Comprehensive Best Practice Courses - All Staff in Schools

 
For ALL in School/Support Settings (1.5 - 3 hours each)


Introduction to Complex Trauma: What is complex trauma? How does it happen? How does it affect children and youth? What can we do to help? *


Mindfulness, Part 1: The concepts and practices of mindfulness have proven to support those in education and beyond. Learn for yourself.

 

Complex Trauma, Part 1: Understand how our relationships with children affect their neurobiology. Learn ways to build connections that work with their nervous systems to promote well-being. *


For ALL Teachers and Para-Professionals (3 hours each)


Trauma in the Classroom: We all know that trauma is in the room. How can we use a trauma-informed lens to see it and then skillfully address it? *


For ALL Para-Professionals and Staff (2 - 3 hours each)


Trauma and Sensory Processing: Learn how the impact of trauma affects a young person's ability to take in and process sensations. Explore proven ways to support healthy sensory processing. *


For ANY by Choice (1.5 – 3 hours each)


Complex Trauma, Part 2: Learn why it is so hard for children with trauma histories to learn and manage their emotions & behaviors. Develop a toolbox of strategies to support these developmental skills. *


Mindfulness, Part 2: Explore how mindfulness can look and feel in classrooms and other supportive settings. Test-drive practices and tools that can fit diverse needs and teaching/learning styles.


For Sustainable Support (1 – 1.5 hours each, *recommended to follow Trauma Courses above)


Interactive Workshop Circles: These customized trainings and collaborative circles provide advanced skill-building and support for providers who serve children and youth.

 

About Us

    Contact    

DoctorLark@gmail.com

Tel: 717-928-4681

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