Thank you for your interest in my work! I’m glad you’re here and I would love to work with you. Please see the list below for a list of topics I specialize in. If any of these topics spark your interest, please do not hesitate to reach out for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!
- “De-escalating Crises in the Classroom: Strategies 101”
- “Empowering Educators: Unlocking the Keys to De-escalation and Self-Regulation in the Classroom”
- “The Play List for Creating a Trauma-Informed School”
De-escalating Crises in the Classroom: Strategies 101
Learn how to better manage and diffuse a crisis with De-escalation Strategies 101. In this session, you’ll gain an understanding of why students lose control of their emotions and the best strategies for addressing difficult situations. You’ll also learn proactive skills to help children of all ages develop regulation and coping skills to prevent future crises. With these tools, you’ll be better equipped to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone in the classroom.
The Play List for Creating a Trauma-Informed School
Do you wonder if your school is supportive of students who have experienced trauma? We understand that not all of our students have had the same experiences and many may be struggling in the Survival Brain, unable to access the Learning Brain. That’s why it’s so important to create an environment that promotes the learning brain, regardless of past trauma. See how you can help build a trauma-informed school atmosphere that is safer, calmer, and more conducive to learning for all students.
Empowering Educators: Unlocking the Keys to De-escalation and Self-Regulation in the Classroom
When students’ emotions are dysregulated, they can struggle to learn and distract those around them from learning. In this workshop, participants will uncover why students lose control and learn twelve scientifically-backed coping strategies that can be instantly implemented. Upon returning to your school, you’ll be equipped with tangible skills to foster awareness, self-reflection, and connection with students.