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Featured Winter Mini Courses

The Predicting Brain

February 7, 2022 @ 9:00 am PST

The COVID 19 pandemic taught us the importance of getting the science right. Most trauma-informed training addresses trauma’s impact on the brain. However, emerging neuroscience suggests that it is the brain’s impact on trauma that is more foundational. This mini course explains how the brain’s predictive process contributes to the phenomena of trauma and resilience.



ART of the Apology

March 1, 2022 @ 9:00 am PST

Positive relationships build resilience that can mitigate trauma and toxic stress. But conflict in relationships can cause high levels of stress, which is trauma-inducing. An authentic apology can mend relationships, save jobs, and even overcome unconscious bias. This session identifies three essential elements of any effective apology. The session will also help you understand how apologizing works in various situations.


The Restoration mat

March 8, 2022 @ 9:00 am PST

The Restoration Mat is a powerful way to look at conflict management. This transformative resilience strategy allows members of a collective to address interpersonal conflict. The Restoration Mat strategy utilizes a multiple step process. The process engages individuals in a restorative practice that upholds the principles of emerging neuroscience.


Restoring Love, Trust,
and Safety

March 21, 2022 @ 9:00 am PST

Broken trust is a barrier that has kept all of us from healing from past wounds. For individuals and groups to build mutually respectful relationships across racial and ethnic lines that honor and value each person’s humanity, we must heal from broken trust. In this mini course, you will learn strategies to foster resilience within families, organizations, or communities when trust has been fractured. 


Emotional Regulation Drills

March 29, 2022 @ 9:00 am PST

Fire drills and active shooter drills are implemented in almost every K-12 school in the US. While both school shootings and fires are relatively rare, no one questions the value of proactive planning for school safety.  Unfortunately, the more common acts that compromise safety go unaddressed.  This mini course outlines a set of concrete strategies to recognize and respond to emotional dysregulation before it burgeons to more disruptive acts.


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