School & Agency Workshops
Healing Responses to Hard Behaviors
Angry Kids: How to Calm, Comfort, Connect, and Redirect!
A 4-hour workshop on understanding childhood anger as necessary, and approaching it with connection and healing.
Anti-Bias Practice Toward Children (and adults) Who Have Experienced Trauma
A 3 to 8-hour workshop on ways to decrease your implicit bias using the NeuroRelational Framework.
Understand how implicit bias affects children who have experienced trauma.
Explore the shift from dictatorship to leadership between adults and children.
Practice self-compassion on your anti-bias journey.
Learn how to create safe spaces, both for yourself and the children who challenge you.
How Neuroscience is Catching Up with Indigenous Wisdom
A 1-3 hour training on how we can use our inborn indigenous ways to heal from colonialism.
We are all born from indigenous cloth, and neuroscience is showing us how moving away from our old ways has hurt us. Get in touch with the attitudinal conditions under which we all evolved and rejuvenate them through your relationship with children, who already espouse and model them for us.
Understand how distress and disease are products of our colonial-centric lifestyle
Learn how to recognize nervous system imbalances
Gain nervous system-balancing practices gleaned from worldwide indigenous wisdom and new neuroscience
Get indigenous tools for staying connected (and stress-free) in conflict with adults and children.
Transforming Child Consults & Parent Conferences Using the NeuralRelational Framework
A 3 to 8-hour workshop on a trauma-focused, neurodevelopmental, and equitable protocol that replaces typical consult agendas that use a compliance lens of behavior.
Create real change for children by turning those ineffective behavior-based meetings on children into ones that are anti-biased, trauma-sensitive, and neurodevelopmental. If you’re someone who consults on children/youth, bring one in mind to this practical workshop. Learn how to
Recognize and tactfully respond to bias in the meeting room using reflective practice as your tool.
Create a new kind of needs assessment that replaces child/youth “weaknesses” with vulnerabilities.
Replace Whac-a-mole and dead-end behavior systems by repairing lower brain networks (like sensory) to