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Trauma Informed Practices 101


Executive Membership from NAA Required Academic success is directly related to mental and emotional well-being. Many communities experience trauma that shows up in a myriad of ways which can lead to many negative social and health related outcomes. This training helps professionals understand signs and symptoms of trauma and mental health issues in youth and […]

Trauma Informed Practices 102


Executive Membership from NAA Required This session will provide more in-depth strategies to utilize in creating and nurturing trauma-informed classrooms. We will also address how cultural awareness, equity, and racial/historical trauma impact school campuses. List 3 characteristics of a trauma informed practitioner Identify the foundation of trauma informed practices Determine trauma informed strategies to put […]

Put Your Own Oxygen Mask on First, Self-Care for Afterschool Professionals: A Conversation with Dr. Jamie Freeny


Save the date for “Put Your Own Oxygen Mask on First: Self-Care for Afterschool Professionals - a live conversation with Dr. Jamie Freeny, Director of the Center for School Behavioral Health at Mental Health America of Greater Houston. Today's world brings a host of exhausting challenges that necessitate extra attention to the health and well-being […]

Self-Care for Afterschool Professionals


Executive Membership from NAA Required This training is intended for first responders and social service providers who find that they have begun to neglect their own health and social needs. By addressing their social, mental, and emotional needs, they create more positive impact in their professional lives. Define Stress and Self-Care Identify how stress presents […]

Trauma-Informed Care Through an Equity Lens


In this webinar, Dr. Dorsey of the San Diego County Office of Education and Dr. Sparks of Oceanside Unified School District will look at understanding adverse childhood experiences from both the adult and student perspective as it relates to learning. During the conversation, they will cover: Strategies for students who have experienced trauma, acknowledging these […]

No-Cost Digital Resources to Support Social, Emotional and Physical Wellness


High quality digital resources addressing SEL, physical health, substance misuse and community engagement are essential to supporting student achievement. Global corporate and community partners have joined forces with Discovery Education to fund curriculum development in these key areas for students in grades K-12. Resources include interactive modules, videos, virtual field trips, student activities, parent resources […]