I'm Denise Moody.
I'm here to help you with the resources and tools you need to build resilience with the students, staff and families at your school through a trauma-informed schools model.
As an educator, therapist and administrator, I’ve discovered that the work that gives me purpose is to support passionate and motivated educators and administrators in transforming schools to support the needs of all students and families, without burning themselves out in the process. As a result, I created Resilience Impact, LLC to provide educators with professional development opportunities that offer transforming solutions for creating school systems that support student and staff needs through conferences, workshops and consultations.
WELCOME TO RESILIENCE IMPACT!
An events and consulting company dedicated to providing educators the resources and tools needed to build resilience with students, staff and families at school through a trauma-informed schools model.
Start exploring what we have to offer to support your journey to becoming more trauma-informed. These FREE resources will provide you with tools to assess areas of strength and assist you in creating a plan for moving forward!
Whether it's presenting at a conference or conducting virtual team coaching, I have discovered that my passion lies in supporting fellow educators in supporting the needs of all students and families, without burning themselves out in the process.
Resilience Impact is pleased to offer a variety of professional development & learning opportunities for educators, social workers and school staff looking to create trauma-sensitive learning environments.
CHECK OUT OUR UPCOMING TRAINING OPPORTUNITES
We offer engaging virtual and in-person conferences, workshops and professional development opportunities to educators, school administrators, clinicians and partners looking to transform school culture.
We are so excited to be announcing a return to in-person events with our Healing Center Schools Conference in San Diego, California. this conference will explore how to create healing environments in schools, with a focus on mental health and racial justice. Schools have an opportunity and responsibility to serve students and families in a way that encourages growth and development. When students are given the space to heal, to learn, and to exist in community with one another, they are able to grow their strengths and build a foundation for success. Schools should be sites of healing, not trauma or re-traumatization. This conference will explore how schools can build a culture of healing that can reverse the effects of trauma, boost academic engagement, and promote social emotional well-being.
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"The more healthy relationships a child has, the more likely he will be to recover from trauma and thrive. Relationships are the agents of change and the most powerful therapy is human love."
- Dr. Bruce Perry