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Self-Regulation: Creating Habits of Ease

Four Part Series

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm (Pacific)

Empower yourself with easy and effective practices that you can do anywhere. Tune into the intelligence of your body. Discover game-changing insights you can use throughout the day to feel more energy, mental clarity, and emotional balance. Find out what works for YOU rooted in the latest research in neuroscience, polyvagal theory, energy medicine, and somatic intelligence. Somatic intelligence means experiencing the intelligence of your body and learning how to work with it.

Understanding how to work with your body is central to self-regulation.

This 4-part series is held from 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm on Tuesdays:

  • March 26
  • April 2
  • April 9
  • April 16
 
Join trainer Teresa Posakony and learn more about how to regulate your body and bring ease to your daily life.

Course 2: Trauma-Supportive Training of Trainers

May 1 – 3, 2024

9:00 am – 1:00 pm (Pacific)

Course 2: Trauma-Supportive Certification Training for Trainers is a 3 part course that prepares individuals to conduct CRI’s Trauma-Supportive: Course 2 in his/her/their organization or agency. Attendees will learn to deliver material consistent with relevant science regarding resilience-based practices with universal application. They will receive training on how to use promising approaches to develop strategies to:

  • Build a positive culture in the classroom, office, or the family
  • Foster resilience through affirming communication
  • Create effective regulation skills
  • Deliver compassionate and empowering discipline
  • Teach others about their own trauma and stress response
  • Develop trauma-informed conflict resolution skills

 

This acclaimed training for trainers also introduces individuals to Trauma-Informed Facilitation. Trauma-Informed Facilitation is a powerful tool for trainers that helps to allow everyone in a learning environment to feel safe enough to engage with the material, the facilitator, and other learners in the group.

***Attendees for Course 2 Trauma Supportive Training of Trainers must have taken CRI’s Course 1 and 2.

Self-Regulation: Creating Habits of Ease

Four Part Series

9:00 am – 10:30 am (Pacific)

Empower yourself with easy and effective practices that you can do anywhere. Tune into the intelligence of your body. Discover game-changing insights you can use throughout the day to feel more energy, mental clarity, and emotional balance. Find out what works for YOU rooted in the latest research in neuroscience, polyvagal theory, energy medicine, and somatic intelligence. Somatic intelligence means experiencing the intelligence of your body and learning how to work with it.

Understanding how to work with your body is central to self-regulation.

This 4-part series is held from 9:00 am – 10:30 am on Tuesdays:

  • May 14
  • May 21
  • May 28
  • June 4
 
Join trainer Teresa Posakony and learn more about how to regulate your body and bring ease to your daily life.

Self-Paced On-Demand Courses

Self-Regulation: Creating Habits of Ease

On-Demand E-Course

The restorative practices of Self-Regulation allow us to care for the nervous system and brain – restoring our natural wholeness and brilliance. We are growing the EASE where the learning is done. When the nervous system is balanced and the brain receives more circulation, the learning parts of our brain are activated. We come out of survival mode. When we feel safe and connected the body can enter the restorative state of self-regulation. 

Learn the science and practices of Self-Regulation. Develop personal self-care strategies you can use anywhere to feel better and support brain health. Discover the power of co-regulation and how your nervous system state can impact those around you. The 9-lesson series helps you anchor restorative practices as foundational to care.

The Science Behind the Series

On-Demand Recording

Understanding the brain and its profound influence on human behavior isn’t just for neuroscientists—it’s an essential skill set for effective leadership too.  “The Science Behind the Series” is the prerequisite session for the Certified Trauma Informed Leadership Series. The session aims to provide a foundational understanding of the neuroscience influencing human behavior and decision-making.  

This is the prerequisite course for all courses within the Certified Trauma Informed Leadership Series.

** Completing both this course and Neuro-Mechanisms fulfills the criteria for the first tier of the Certified Trauma-Informed Leadership Series.

Introduction to the Science of Trauma and Resilience

Choose your start date and take the course at your own pace.

This dynamic mini-course introduces you to the science of trauma and resilience: the NEAR sciences, a cluster of emerging scientific findings in the fields of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACE Studies, and Resilience.

Learn the basics of trauma and resilience with Rick Griffin, the Executive Director of the Community Resilience Initiative.

Course 1: Trauma-Informed

Choose your start date and take the course at your own pace.

This self-paced, six-part training course introduces you to Community Resilience Initiative’s framework for building resilience, KISS: Knowledge, Insight, Strategies, and Structures. KISS describes our learning from theory to practice and how to implement strategies into action. 

This course includes three groups of topics: the NEAR sciences, a cluster of emerging scientific findings in the fields of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACE Studies, and Resilience; Beneath Behavior, which uses the knowledge of brain networks to gain insight into the factors that drive behavior; and R.O.L.E.S., CRI’s signature strategy to responding to trauma. 

The key objective is to provide information about identifying and responding to trauma with evidence-based resilience strategies when working with an audience whose trauma history may not be known. 

Course 2: Trauma-Supportive

Choose your start date and take the course at your own pace.

A dynamic self-paced, on-demand course will help to transform your organization, classroom, or family through resilience-based strategies. Using trauma-informed principles, the course teaches individuals to systematically create the positive environment that is essential for lasting success. Learn more than 30 strategies and promising approaches utilized by some of the nation’s finest trauma-informed practitioners. This will include strategies to:

  • Build a positive culture in the classroom, office, or the family
  • Foster resilience through affirming communication
  • Create effective regulation skills
  • Deliver compassionate and empowering discipline
  • Teach others about their own trauma and stress response
  • Develop trauma-informed conflict resolution skills


*Attendees for Course 2 must have taken Course 1: Trauma-Informed.

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