ACEs Aware Network of Care Grant TRAINING links are below! Please click on either Wednesdays or Fridays to register for a specific day of training. All training sessions will be from 9am to 11am. The hour after training will be set aside for CBO consultation sessions (11-12pm).
Click on one of the links below to register for supplemental training; The Community Resilience Model, Clear Thinking, Developmentally Responsive Trauma Awareness, and it's All About Relationships.
The Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) is a groundbreaking wellness initiative created by the Trauma Resource Institute. The primary focus of this skills-based model is to reset the nervous system’s natural balance. CRM skills help people understand their nervous system and learn to track sensations connected to their own well-being. Using the wisdom of their own bodies, people experience rapid relief from stress-related symptoms, as well as an increased sense of control over future wellness. Click on the Community Resilience Modwel button above to register for a training session.
Clear Thinking Method
The discovery of one’s best state of mind allows a person to consistently bring their best thinking and ethics into the crucial moments of life, and access needed strength. In development for over thirty years, the method uses the mind’s most efficient and effective thinking processes discovered to date, teaching personal mastery over negative emotions and behaviors. Click on the Clear Thinking Method Monday or Friday button above to register for a training session.
Developmentally Responsive Trauma Awareness: Understanding How Trauma Symptoms Manifest Themselves Across the Lifespan. Introduction to the ways negative experiences in early childhood may impact individuals differently at various stages of development. Intended for a general audience of community-based organization staff and individuals who want to be better at recognizing how symptoms of trauma can hide in plain sight.
On the date listed above, click on the link to join the training on Zoom. No registration required.
It’s All About Relationships: Recognizing and Creating Strategies for Safety, and Security in the Places We Live and Work. Traumatic early life experiences impact our minds and bodies. This training is intended for a general audience of community-based organization staff members and individuals who want to think about re-establishing a sense of safety for both themselves and the families and communities they serve. On the date listed above, click on the link to join the training on Zoom. No registration required.