After many of our trainings, teachers ask us,

“Why wasn’t this information taught in my teacher training program?”

 

Through our partnership with Metropolitan State University of Denver School of Education, we are taking steps forward in shifting teachers’ mindsets from “What is wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?” 

READ ABOUT OUR Preparing Future Teachers in Trauma-Informed Practices INITIATIVE »

 

Read about the partnership between Resilient Futures, MSU Denver, and National Mental Health Innovation Center to bring trauma-informed pedagogy to pre-service teachers.

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Part 2: READ THE ARTICLE »



“Extending Mental Health Help to Vulnerable Kids”

– U.S. News & Report, October 3, 2018
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“HEARTS program in Aurora provides healthy student response to trauma”

– Aurora Sentinel, January 12, 2017
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“San Francisco’s El Dorado Elementary uses trauma-informed & restorative practices; suspensions drop 89%”

– Aces Too High News, January 28, 2014
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Trauma Sensitive Schools

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Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools (HEARTS): A whole-school, multi-level prevention and intervention program for creating trauma-informed, safe and supportive schools.

Dorado, J., Martinez, M., McArthur, L., & Leibovitz, T. (2016).
School Mental Health: Special Issue – Trauma-informed schools, 10(1), 163-176.

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