Signature in-person training on the impact of trauma on students and staff to help schools become more trauma-informed.
This includes information about traumatic exposure and how it impacts development and learning. School staff learns to identify trauma symptoms, recognize students’ mental health needs, and implement strategies and practices to support students impacted by trauma in their classrooms and in school. Trauma trainings are typically conducted in three-hour sessions and can be tailored to 90 minutes or full-day sessions varying for the audience and focus of content and activities.
What does it mean to be a "trauma-informed school?" Read more at the NCSTN: Creating, Supporting, and Sustaining Trauma-Informed School: a System Framework.