Did You Know?
According to the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative...
More than 2/3 of children reported at least 1 traumatic event by age 16.
The national average of child abuse and neglect victims in 2013 was 679,000 or 9.1 victims per 1000 children in the US.
Each year, the number of youth requiring hospital treatment for physical assaults would fill EVERY SEAT IN 9 STADIUMS.
1 in 5 high school students is bullied at school and 1 in 6 experienced cyberbulling.
More than half of US families have been affected by some type of disaster. That is 54% of the population.
Signs and Symptoms?
Not all of the signs and symptoms of traumatic stress are visible. Parents and teachers have become trauma-sensitive to recognize them at home and school. The signs may often look like other problems in children.
What Is Trauma?
Journey on the Road to Resilience
Discover New Paradigms of Trauma-Informed Care.
Explore the Science of Resilience!
Overcome Toxic Stress and Regulate the Nervous System.
Trauma Tools for the Home
Discover Healing Strategies for Hurting Children.
Build Power-FULL Families.
Manage Emotional Dysregulation and Create Resilient Youth.
Trauma Tools for the School
Design Safe Places for Students!
Create Emotionally Regulated Classrooms.
Help Traumatized Children Learn and Focus.
Trauma Tools for the Community
Build resilient communities based on modern scientific principles.
Colloborate with stakeholders to guard against toxic stress and trauma.
Discover innovative programs and services across the nation that give survivors a voice in their own treatment needs.
Welcome To The Trauma Toolbox
Chapter 1: Understanding Trauma and the Brain
Chapter 2: The Road To Resilience
Chapter 3: Neuro/Emotional Regulation Skills
Chapter 4: Trauma-Informed Tools for The Home
Chapter 5: Trauma-Informed Tools for School
Chapter 6: Trauma-Informed Community Practices
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Introduction to Chapter 1: Trauma and Toxic Stress Did You Know? What Is Trauma? Your Beautiful Brain The "R's" of Trauma-Informed Care Executive Functioning: The Air Traffic Control Center of the Brain Complex PTSD, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, The Happiness Formula...
Introduction to Chapter 2: Resilience The Road to Resilience: How Did We Get Here? Learn Your ACE Score: The ACEs Quiz The Science of Resilience Discover Your Resiliency Score: The Resiliency Quiz The Road to Resilience: Where Are We Going? 10 Ways to Build Resilience NEW: Resiliency and Toxic Stress Interview
NeuroResilience: Regulating the Nervous System Regulating Routines The Window of Tolerance and Zones of Regulation Dealing With Dissociation Grounding Exercises Self-Care Strategies Chopping Anxiety and Toxic Stress Out of Your Life Get In-depth Skills for Dealing with Anxiety, Worry, and Panic
Introduction to Chapter 4: TIC in the Home Three Strategies for Healing Trauma in the Home Toxic Stress and Child Development Healing for Hurt Families The Dance of Attachment: Arousal/Relaxation Cycle The Dance of Attachment: Adult Attachment Interview "Never Enough": Reactive Disorders in Children Healing the Special Needs Child The Power-FULL Family Eliminating Negativity and Creating a Positive Home The FoolProof Family Meeting A Powerful S.E.L.F.: Social Emotional Learning Skills for Parents
Introduction to Chapter 5: TIC in the Schools Schools Are Safe Places: The Removed Film Trauma Sensitive Schools The Emotionally Regulated Classroom Two-By-Ten Strategy Morning Meetings SELF (Social Emotional Learning Framework) Programs
Introduction to Chapter 6: TIC in the Community Building Adult Capabilities for Child Outcomes The Brain Architecture Game How To Play The Brain Architecture Game F.O.C.U.S. (Focusing On Children Under Stress) Opening Doors: Trauma-Informed Practices in the Workplace Faith-Based TIC: Prevalence of Abuse in Community Faith-Based TIC: A Visible Difference - Transparency in Faith Leaders Chapter 6 Community Gratitudes Challenge
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Parenting After Trauma Report.
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Foolproof Family Meeting Guidelines.
I Get Tired, and I Forget Poem.
Adoption and Stages of Development.
Trauma and Families Face Sheet.
Helping Military Children with Complicated Grief Report.
Foster Youth Education Toolkit.
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Helping Traumatized Children Learn Policies and Practices.
Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative.
Trauma-Sensitive Visions Questions.
Social-Emotional Learning Infographic.
Addressing Race and Trauma in the Classroom Report.
Building Community Core Capabilities for Life.
Trauma-Informed Care Organizational Toolkit.
Opening Doors Executive Summary.
Toxic Stress in the Community Report.
SAMHSA Six Key Principles for Emergency Responders.
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Wow! Such excellent resources and top level information. Thank you for making this worthwhile and valuable.
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There are some very interesting techniques to Help myself to be helpful to others. It’s easy to e told simple life things instead of worrying about cost and ...Read More
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Great information for educators!!
Great information for educators!!Read Less
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I thought is was another online lectured courses but i was wrong the information I received was not just something new i learned but a tool to help me on t...Read More
I thought is was another online lectured courses but i was wrong the information I received was not just something new i learned but a tool to help me on the daily basics with my family and love ones. The information learned helps me understand people and their ways of think as u see the way they react.Read Less
It was a wonderful training, I kept asking myself...is this really free because it was put together so well.
It was a wonderful training, I kept asking myself...is this really free because it was put together so well.Read Less
The "R" In Trauma informed care
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Gave me a clearer understanding of how the Brain and body works in tandom with eachother
Gave me a clearer understanding of how the Brain and body works in tandom with eachotherRead Less
Ellen Rene Lawrence
Chapter 1: Understanding Trauma and the Brain
So far this course is very interesting and informative.
So far this course is very interesting and informative.Read Less
Lemuel Bonete, RSW
This is completely amazing course.
This is completely amazing course.Read Less
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Clear and concise. Great examples
Clear and concise. Great examplesRead Less
I really enjoyed this and thought it was very interesting and gave me a lot of ideas for use in my own practice. I also got to expand my knowledge in this area.Read More
I really enjoyed this and thought it was very interesting and gave me a lot of ideas for use in my own practice. I also got to expand my knowledge in this area.Read Less
easy, direct, and somewhat informative
easy, direct, and somewhat informativeRead Less
Alot of useful resourses to use for the students/ families in our classroom.
Alot of useful resourses to use for the students/ families in our classroom.Read Less
This coursed provided me with tools for counseling students K-12 who experienced trauma. One of the best courses out there!!!
This coursed provided me with tools for counseling students K-12 who experienced trauma. One of the best courses out there!!!Read Less
Understanding Trauma and the Brain
Very thoroughly and clear information on trauma and the brain. The material provided only enhanced what was spoken about trauma informed care.
Very thoroughly and clear information on trauma and the brain. The material provided only enhanced what was spoken about trauma informed care.Read Less