The TBRI® Podcast | Season 2, Episode 1 Welcome back to the TBRI Podcast! We are so excited to bring you a brand new season of episodes with our staff and TBRI Practitioners. Today’s episode is just in time for back to school season. Amy Abell of Hope Alight, LLC joins us to talk about… Read more »
Posts Tagged: trauma-informed classrooms
Connected Educators Episode 8
Andi West We continue our series on Connected Educators with Sarah Mercado, and Andi West, who serves as Mental Health Coordinator with the Coeur d’Alene School District in North Idaho. In this role, Andi plans and facilitates district wide implementation of social and emotional learning and trauma sensitive practices. Andi is a TBRI Practitioner, TBRI… Read more »
Connected Educators: Episode 5
Becky Evans Episode 5 of our Connected Educators series features a conversation with Becky Evans who is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a District Intervention Counselor with Aledo Independent School District in Aledo, TX. This conversation with is full of practical tips
Connected Educators: Episode 4
Erin Stout & Heather Storey Today we are so excited to share the experience of two teachers who use TBRI in their classrooms at Center Grove Middle School in Greenwood, Indiana. You’ll hear from Heather Storey, who is in her 6th year as a 7th grade Language Arts teacher. You’ll also hear from Erin… Read more »
Connected Educators, Episode 3
Faith Pope Episode 4 of our Connected Educators series features a conversation with Faith Pope, a TBRI Practitioner who serves as the director of elementary education at Lockhart ISD in Lockhart, TX.
Connected Educators, Episode 2
Teri Wood Episode 3 of our Connected Educators series features a conversation with Teri Wood, a TBRI Practitioner with a 30+ year career in education.
Connected Educators, Episode 1
Trauma-Informed Classrooms with Dr. Casey Call This episode kicks off our first series: Connected Educators. We’ll talk with teachers, school counselors, administrators, and parents about the importance of creating a connected, trauma-informed classroom, especially in light of the back to school season during a pandemic. From virtual learning to socially distanced in-person instruction, fostering rich… Read more »
3 Questions for Teaching Self-Regulation
by: Katie Thornton Self-Regulation is a key component of the TBRI Empowering Principles. What do we mean by self-regulation?
by Emmelie Pickett Because millions of American school-aged children have experienced abuse, neglect or trauma, we have developed many resources to help educators create healing learning environments to meet the unique needs of these vulnerable children. While some of these resources are not geared specifically to a classroom setting, our hope is that anyone who…