Resilience Impact is pleased to offer a variety of training opportunities for educators, social workers and school staff looking to create trauma-sensitive learning environments.
Upcoming Virtual Trainings:
Join Denise live on April 26, 2021 for the Supporting Educator Resilience Masterclass!
When: April 26, 2021, 10:00 AM CST - 11:00 AM CST
This one hour live webinar will explore three common mistakes when it comes to supporting staff and what to do instead. Plus resources that can help you implement these practices in your building.
The Trauma-Informed Schools Institute is a two day conference designed to build the capacity of educators to build and sustain system-wide, trauma-informed support for all students.
Save the Date: November 4-5, 2021
The 2021 Conference will be held online on November 4-5, 2021 with access to presentations for registrants available through June 1, 2022.
About Our Events
Resilience Impact offers online trainings and live conferences that are designed to give you actionable and practical strategies of how your school can become more trauma-informed.
Sometimes attending large conferences can feel a little like playing the lottery with the sessions you choose. You pour over the brochures and research the presenters hoping to chose a session that will be engaging and practical. Despite my best efforts, I often end up in sessions with doctoral students presenting their research or in sessions where the actual content didn't match the description at all. While there is clearly some awesome content to be found at these type of conferences, it all too often requires a lot of effort, and a bit of luck, to find.
Our events are designed to be different!
We have designed each session to be full of engaging content and provide practical applications of the material. All of our sessions are presented by experienced educators and administrators that understand the challenges and rewards of doing this work.
Who Should Attend?
Teachers, coaches, mental health providers, special education staff, department heads, building leaders, district administrators--anyone setting a vision and implementing a system level approach to building trauma-informed schools.
Since this work is best done in teams, we encourage you to bring a team from your school or district to spearhead this work.
Topics of Interest Include:
- Trauma-informed schools
- Anxiety, stress and resilience
- Developmental trauma
- Reflective Practice
- Toxic stress
- Multi-tiered systems of support
- Social Emotional Learning skills
- Educator self-care