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Trainings Available by Request

Contact Halee Anthony to schedule a training on your campus. or 409-951-1709

  • Intervention model to assist students, families, school personnel, and school partners in the immediate aftermath of an emergency.  It is designed to reduce the initial distress caused by emergencies, and to foster short- and long-term adaptive functioning and coping. (6 hours)

  • Provides participants with an overview of the basic epidemiology of suicide and suicidal behavior, including risk and protective factors. Participants are trained to recognize warning signs—behaviors and characteristics that might indicate elevated risk for suicidal behavior—and the initial intervention steps   support a person they think might be at risk for suicide. (1 hour)

  • Offers school and district administrators and staff a roadmap and tools for adopting a school- or districtwide approach to addressing trauma and promoting resilience for everyone in the learning environment. (3 hours)

  • Teaches fundamental theory and practices for engaging with students, staff and parents in a school setting. Topics include how to set high expectations while being supportive, how to provide direct feedback and ask questions that foster accountability, and the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts. (4 hours)

  • Helps educators understand the impact of trauma on brain development and mental health, how students with trauma backgrounds respond behaviorally, trauma-informed classroom strategies, and simple mindfulness exercises to cope with stress and reduce trauma reactions. (3 hours)

  • Teaches about the four functions of behavior and how to systematically analyze and modify students’ behavior.  At the end of the training, teachers will have created a behavior plan for TIER 2 interventions for their most challenging student that can be implemented immediately to create a better classroom environment. (1 hour)

  • Teaches about the differences between NSSI and suicidal behaviors, how to address each appropriately, and how to support individuals in treatment reduce their use of such behavior. (1 hour)

  • Teaches how to effectively manage a classroom using relationships as the primary building blocks for setting up a classroom.  Teaches 5 relationship centered techniques to connect with students, how to write a treatment agreement with students, and how to effectively use Circle Time in the classroom. (3 hours)

  • Mental health and wellbeing activities for teachers should be ongoing and holistic. This training focuses on strategies that teachers can use to improve and maintain their personal wellbeing. The primary goal is to help teachers develop an individualized action plan to prioritize their own mental health so they aren’t “pouring from an empty cup” because teachers cannot adequately support student mental health if their own mental health is not in a good place. (2 hours)

  • Covers basic mental health information for teachers.  Includes basic terminology related to mental health, strategies for dealing with student mental health issues in the classroom, and ways to support the overall mental health of the school and the school counselor. (2 hours)