Creating a community of educators, parents, and professionals who are trauma-informed to care for the ever-changing needs of our young children
Trauma Informed Series 12hrs
The conversations around implementing Trauma Informed Care and best practices in educational settings are one that is long overdue. Let's discuss, break down, and reflect on how Adverse Childhood and Community Experiences impact us as educators as well as the children and families we serve.
Anti-Bias & Equity
Equity in our educational system is key in creating spaces for children where they feel seen, safe and soothed. In order to create these spaces we need to have open dialogue about best practices in the current climate of education for how to do so.
Self Care & Advocacy
Advocating for the mental and emotional needs of educators is just as important as advocating for the needs of your classroom. In order to do either we must start with Identifying our stressors, traumas, and triggers so that we can be positive, healthy secure attachments for children.
Inclusion & Diversity
Inclusion is imperative when we are seeking to create diverse spaces and provide opportunities of learning that give children positive connections of representation in the spaces they occupy.