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Trauma-Informed Practices - Part 2

 Trauma-Informed Practices Part 1 is recommended before proceeding to Part 2.

Trauma Informed Practices - Part 2    On-Demand Workshop

In the Trauma Level 1 training, we dove deep into brain research and understood how trauma affects the brain, which then affects behaviors. Then, we equipped you with some essential tools to help you get started.

Now, we want to give you NEW specific brain-based intervention strategies to give you the tools to lessen the negative impact of trauma in the brain and restore your classroom and school

This workshop gives educators and schools an action plan to prioritize the personal well-being of students in order to promote their academic success and achievement. When your students enter your classroom, they bring with them their hopes, dreams, worries, and traumas.

Childhood trauma greatly impacts your students’ ability to learn and engage in the classroom. By implementing trauma-informed practices through a classroom and school-wide approach, you can provide your students the tools they need to thrive, achieve and succeed

3 Tiers of Support & Trauma • Trauma & Brain-Based Learning • Classroom Strategies

Change the Brain — Change the Behavior

Through exploration of research, collaboration with peers, and hands-on practice with classroom strategies, educators and administrators will gain an in-depth understanding of trauma-informed care at school.

Our training guides schools through such topics as Social and Emotional Learning as a curriculum, positive behavior interventions, daily mindfulness practice in the classroom, and strategies to model emotional and self-regulation skills

How to begin...


Work through the
course at your own pace.


Gain classroom and school strategies that get results.


Receive everything you need to execute and implement effectively.

What's in the On-Demand Course?

  • 4.5 hours of course material & video content.
  • 4.5 hrs professional development Certificate of Completion.
  • Access for 9 months.  
  • Digital Resource Bundle with all resources.
  •   Implementation strategies, blueprints, & activities.
  • Fillable workbook to guide you as you learn.

In This On-Demand Course You Will Learn...

What makes a meaningful grade, methods for evolving your current classroom practice and curriculum to include regular assessments, and how standards-based grading and assessment lead to a more accurate measurement of student achievement.

  • Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences.
  • The Five Components of Social and Emotional Learning Implementation.
  • NEW Brain-Based Intervention Strategies to Reduce Negative Impacts of Trauma.
  • Hands-on classroom strategies to model emotional and self-regulation.
  • Incorporating a Social and Emotional Curriculum with SEL's Lessons.
  • Embedding Trauma-Informed Practices into Culture and Climate.
  • Design positive behavior supports.
  • Create A Year-Long Foundational Trauma-Informed Plan.

Don't Just Take It From Us...

“Dr. Gibbs was Great! Relatable, intelligent, informed, captivating. She really helped us understand how to implement Trauma-Informed Practices school-wide.”

 – Penny Hobbs, Teacher, Breckinridge County Schools

“Strobel Education understands what teachers need to hear and learn. This course full of strategies to help me manage my classroom and students more successfully."

 – Allison Darling, Teacher, Lawrenceburg Schools

“Emma is awesome at presenting the Trauma information. She provided specific strategies and steps that allowed us to create a blueprint to make this a part of the school culture

 – Jeanette Galloway, Teacher,
St. Romuald Schools

Who Should Attend?

  • K-12 English-Language Arts Teachers
  • K-12 Content-Area Teachers
  • Literacy coaches and coordinators
  • Title I teachers and directors
  • ELL teachers
  • Special education teachers
  • K-12 gifted and talented teachers
  • K-12 administrators (Principals, Assistant Principals, Curriculum Directors)

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At least one in four youth experiences trauma severe enough to negatively affect their school success.  

We must build a foundation for Trauma-Informed Practices within our school culture.

Trauma Lesson Plans
  • Module 1 - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Module 2 - The Parts of the Brain and How Trauma Affects It
  • Module 3 - The Five Components of Social and Emotional Learning Implementation
  • Module 4 - Incorporating a Social and Emotional Curriculum with SEL's Lessons 
  • Module 5 - Embedding Trauma-Informed Practices into Culture and Climate 
  • Module 6 - Brain-Based Intervention Strategies to Reduce Negative Impacts of Trauma
  • Module 7 - Create A Year-Long Foundational Trauma-Informed Plan

Digital Resource Bundle

The Digital Resource Bundle includes everything you need to launch this topic with your students and in your schools. You don’t have to go around finding all the “stuff”. The curriculum is created for you—relevant mini-lessons, activities, videos, collaboration articles, and all necessary resources.

Trauma Curriculum

Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Emma Gibbs is a professional development trainer as well as a classroom teacher who uses Trauma-Informed Practices to meet the needs of her students.

Dr. Gibbs has helped teachers and schools throughout the country learn about how to integrate and create Trauma-Informed cultures that place students' physical, mental, and emotional well-being at the forefront. 

She works hard to support teachers so they can create optimal learning environments for their students. 

Customized Live Coaching Sessions

Add coaching sessions to this online course.  

Schools love these because we can virtually coach teacher teams as they go through the on-demand course so we can support their teachers in their new learning, answer questions, and work towards full implementation.