Learn the techniques needed to build connections

Educators, Probation Officers, Case Managers, and Human Services Specialists can learn the techniques needed to build connections and a safe, serene environment for the children in your classrooms and on your caseloads.

You can …

  • eliminate obstinate, defiant behaviors.
  • redirect chaotic and negative attention-seeking behaviors to allow for a safe school/classroom setting.
  • reduce the incidents of crisis that will require your attention to be diverted.
  • produce better outcomes and more effective benefit from services provided.
  • gain a deeper understanding of the challenges of working with children of trauma.

Learn techniques to create a serene environment

Create a serene envoronment

Biological, Adoptive, Foster, or Step Parents can learn the techniques needed, with children of all ages, to create and maintain a safe, serene environment for you and the children in your care.

 

You can …

  • learn how your child’s trauma has affected them and what you can do to help.
  • eliminate challenging or defiant behaviors.
  • redirect conflict quickly and effectively to maintain a serene home atmosphere.
  • guide your child to attach with you, even if they struggle with attachment issues.
  • build connections with step children to allow for healthy environment.
  • learn to present and manage changes in environment that usually cause chaos and turmoil.
  • repair damage and create new behavior patterns in foster care or adoptive placements.