Becky Haas leads Creating Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools: A Toolkit for School Professionals

Creating Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools

A Toolkit for School Professionals 

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Today’s educators need the training to support trauma-informed practices in the classroom. The course provides targeted and convenient professional development to offer tools to create resilient school communities.

A new online trauma-informed care in the classroom course is offered by Emory & Henry’s Department of Education. The course was filmed with a live audience and is offered in eight modules.

PACES Connection Read the interview article in PACES Connection about the Trauma-Informed Toolkit featuring Becky Haas and Dr. Sandy Frederick.

Program Details


  • Cost: $200

    Delivery Mode: Online, Asynchronous

    Duration: Self-Paced: Complete within 90 Days

    Instructor: Becky Haas

    Credits: Certificate, 15 CEUs

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Interested in a group rate?

Group rates are available for local school systems. Contact Dr. Sandy Frederick at sfrederick@ehc.edu for more information.

About the Instructor:

Becky Haas Becky Haas is an international advocate and trainer on using a trauma-informed approach, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study and Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) study. She is a pioneer in creating trauma-informed communities. Guest speakers include educators effectively using trauma-informed practices in their school systems. Learn more.

 

  • Module 1: Basics of Trauma, ACEs, and Keys to Using a Trauma-Informed Approach

  • Module 2: Trauma-Informed Care: Prioritizing Self-Care and Workplace Wellness

  • Module 3: Addressing Trauma and Race in the Classroom

  • Module 4: Strategies for Creating Trauma-Informed Classrooms

  • Module 5: Building Resilience and Promoting Protective Factors

  • Module 6: A Roadmap for Creating Trauma-Informed Resilient-Focused Schools

  • Module 7: Building a Trauma-Informed Resource Library

  • Module 8: Lessons Learned from Smyth County in Their Journey