Teachers, School Staff, Educators
Educators and school staff play a significant role in the lives of children and youth. However, when these children are struggling with the residual effects of trauma and multiple ACEs, it can be very challenging. Children with complex trauma are often disruptive, have significant development delays, struggle to form relationships, and often exhibit challenging behaviours. In an already full and diverse classroom, these needs can be overwhelming.
The good news: we have seen real and effective change when schools have embraced and woven-in the concepts of trauma-informed practice into their classrooms. Teachers are at the forefront of learning and can provide a safe place and a sounding board, being a trusted adult to provide guidance. When educators adopt such practices as mindfulness, social-emotional learning, or trauma-sensitive approaches; all of the students benefit. Many schools see improvement not just in emotions and behaviour, but also in academics. This is a win-win for everyone.
Please consider membership with us as an individual or as a school group. With the help of our experienced clinicians and trainers, a growing online community, and new resources released each month, you can get the support you need. We commit to provide timely and helpful resources, case examples, blog posts, videos, and other materials to support you in your important role.
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What Educators are Saying about CTR
“In Grade 9, Tom attended full days of school but missed 30 days of school due to stress and refusal to attend or family keeping him home because he was too worked up. This year, apart from sickness and a family holiday, Tom missed only one day of school. One other huge change – Tom wants to come to school now.”
“As a CCI coach and a school based mental health clinician I am so excited to be part of this incredible “whole minded” approach. It is wonderful to see care teams surround the child/youth and support them and each other through the process”
“CCI has aided me in my work as an educator in that I can better support other educators who are advocating for support for their students and navigating community supports.”
|Benefits of Membership|
|Content specifically selected to be useful for Caregivers/Parents, Educators, Professionals and Residential Care Agencies|
|Weekly blogs and posts catered around specific topics relevant to complex trauma by our expert clinical staff|
|One case example from CTR’s Complex Care and Intervention Program|
|A couple of newly released articles and resources available for you each month|
|Ability to participate in discussion and feedback on blogs and posts|
|Opportunity to participate in our learning community through questions, discussion and feedback|
|Video modules that are topic centralized and have specific courses of action for children/youth with complex trauma|
|Multiple case examples that follow a consultation from start to finish with definitive keys and insights for children/youth with complex trauma|
|Access to ALL of our specifically selected content including articles, worksheets, videos and modules|
|Access to ALL newly, MONTHLY released resources|
|Webinars as available from our expert clinical staff including Dr. Chuck Geddes, Dr. Kirk Austin, Dr. Chipo McNichols, and other field experts|
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Pricing depends on amount of people involved in your organization.