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Let's talk about ACEs

Adverse Childhood Experiences have been shown to negatively impact both physical and mental health into adulthood. 

Though abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction are common (70 % of kids and adolescents have at least one by age 16), research shows that resilience can be taught.

"What's predictable is preventable".

First, we mitigate the impacts of childhood trauma by providing the training organizations need to meet their target population with unconditional positive regard and empathy, reducing the risk of re-traumatization. 

Next, we pair that transformative mindset shift with practical research-based strategies that focus on sensory regulation. Children and adults who feel empowered through felt safety, healthy coping, and having their basic needs met are free to move from merely surviving to thriving.

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Resilience Starts Here

Trust-Based Relational Intervention

Education is an ever-changing landscape of programs and initiatives. But, one thing remains constant- if children's basic needs aren't met, they simply can't thrive despite the best curriculum. 

That's where we come in. Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) training empowers staff with the research-based strategies needed to meet all kids where they are and address their needs to feel safe, heard, and cared for. 

These tools are provided as a needs-based and preventive approach to resilient education within your organization. 

Services Offered

Adverse Childhood Experiences Training

The Trauma-Informed Lens

This comprehensive learning opportunity highlights the impact of ACEs on the child: brain chemistry, learning, and world view, and the importance of healthy attachment in stopping childhood adversity. 

Changing our focus from:


"What's wrong with you?" To "What happened to you?".

Best suited for:


  • Boards of Education

  • Administrators

  • School Counselors

  • Educators

  • Faith Based Organizations

  • Community Support Agencies

  • Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Hospitals

Compassionate Classrooms

A Comprehensive Approach to Sensory Support

Once you've identified the impact of ACEs, these empirically-based resources will provide your students and staff with tools for self-regulation: the key to maintaining healthy emotional balance under stress.

Sensory Supports:

  • Sensory Bins

  • Sensory Pathways

  • Universal Check-In

  • Sensory Regulation Room

Meeting Needs

Know Better, Do Better.

This complimentary service helps identify the opportunities within your organization to empower your staff and target population with tools for resilience, inclusion, and empowerment.

Additional Services Upon Request:

  • TBRI Principles 

  • Policy Setting

  • Train-the-Trainer

  • School Counseling Program Planning

  • Support Specialist Training

  • Parent Workshop Planning

  • Community Partnership Planning

  • Transformation Tables

Testimonials from Clients

What My Clients Have to Say

Elizabeth W., Educator

I can now look for connections between what I know about students' personal lives and really reflect on how their home lives could possibly be affecting their learning or behavior. This training has deepened my empathy and strengthened my relationships with my students and the students' caregivers. It means so much to them to know that their teacher truly "sees" their child.

Christine T., South Carolina Montessori Association

 We cannot thank you enough for your wonderful presentation at our annual conference. We have received such positive feedback. It was truly a pleasure working with you.

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