Why Get Trained?
To be trauma-equipped is to have the tools to recognize and respond to behaviors created by trauma- in yourself, in children, in caregivers, in peers.
We utilize trauma-informed care, trauma-responsiveness, de-escalation, behavioral science, neuroscience, and experience to create a training that leaves you supported, motivated, and inspired—trauma-equipped.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Trauma-Equipped Credentialing Program
- 7-hour training
- 4 courses
- 20-minute modules
- Implement PFCE Framework and meet Head Start Performance Standards to promote children and families’ mental health and social-emotional well-being.
- Get you questions answered
- We’re here to help
- “Reach Out” buton
Trauma-Responsive Practices in Early Childhood
Equip yourself to be a positive and consistent support for our most vulnerable children and families.
Caring for the Caregiver
Equip yourself to continue your invaluable work without burning out.
Supporting Families & Other Caregivers
Equip yourself to create communities of care that ripple outward from children and families.
De-Escalation & Conflict Resolution
Equip yourself to handle the intense situations that inevitably come up.
Add-on Course for Supervisors
Purchase our add-on that focuses on building a purpose-driven culture that supports your Head Start staff and community. Find practical and inspiring tools to create a team dynamic that decreases turnover and increases safety and support.
- Hear from trauma and childhood experts and clinicians.
- Learn self-regulation practices to create a stress buffer.
- Gain insights on empowering and connecting more to families.
- Develop a simple tactic for cooling down stressful situations.
“You have awakened a motivation and inspired a curiosity I will carry back with me.” – Social Worker
“I left feeling informed and equipped with strategies.” – Head Start Staff
“You were able to make it fun while sharing your knowledge and expertise with us.” –Teacher
“Thank you for teaching me self-care and how to connect with my roots.” – Head Start Staff