Trauma-Informed Practices Course

I don't know about you, but I had to learn how to deal with trauma in my school the hard way.

You're probably the type of person who wants to do what is best for kids, who wants to help them be successful, no matter what hurdles they may be facing. You probably go to great lengths to help kids.

I created this course to help you know how to deal with trauma in your school, not from a social worker's perspective, but from the perspective of an acting principal, who has dealt with this every day for the last 15 years. I'm here to help you get practical training on dealing with trauma, in short, less-than-15-minute increments. Enjoy the free lesson on self-care below.

Click here to get the full course with 10 lessons.

Self-Assessment and 66-Day Challenge

Self-Care Assessment- Answer these 6 questions to see how well you’re taking care of yourself.

66 day challenge tracking sheet - Courtesy of The1Thing.com

Additional Resources

  1. 72 Ideas for Self-Care- Want to implement self-care but don’t know where to start?  Here is a list of some ideas to get you started.

  2. 10 Self-Care Apps to Help get you Centered in 2019- If you’re looking for some more guidance and accountability to make a commitment to self-care, these 10 apps will help keep you on track.

  3. Choose Yourself- In this TedTalk, James Altucher, renowned author of Amazon Best-Sellers Choose Yourself and The Power Of No, reveals how at one point failure led him to consider suicide, and how he turned his life around by following five key practices of self-care.

  4. Self-Care for Educators-This Pinterest Board is dedicated to all things self-care and is specifically for educators.

  5. Shawn Achor: The Happy Secret to Better Work - We believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards? In this fast-moving and very funny talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that, actually, happiness inspires us to be more productive.