Trauma Sensitive Schools


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  • Understand the neurobiology of trauma
  • Identify educator’s role in the healing process
  • Learn constructive research-based strategies in dealing with trauma
  • Model practical application of strategies with other educators



  • Defining trauma and understanding of types of childhood traumatic experiences
  • Understanding and recognizing the signs and impact of historical trauma during early childhood through 12th grade
  • ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences Study) research Review neurobiology of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome)


Healing to Build Resiliency: Classroom Practices of Attunement

  • The transition from compliance-based to connections-based teaching and learning
  • Predictability tools to leveraging learning
  • Creating a community to build empathy and serve with compassion

Thank you for being an advocate for all children!

Call 612.822.3422 or email School Services, with questions or to schedule for your school.  

Note: The Origins Program reserves the right to cancel workshops and is not liable for any travel-related or other expenses incurred by a registrant or payee due to a canceled workshop.


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What to Expect

All of The Origins Program workshops are highly interactive, providing many opportunities for you to talk with other educators and ask your most compelling questions to workshop facilitators. 

Workshop Schedule

2 Day professional development/14 hours.

Most workshops begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.

The start and end time for on-site workshops may be altered to better the school schedule. Lunch arrangements for on-site workshops will be subject to the school agreement.

Certificate of Attendance

You will receive a 14-hour certificate of attendance for participation in the entire workshop via email after the workshop.