Supporting Schools

Regulating classrooms with order, calming the chaos and disruption

REGULATING classrooms with order, calming the chaos and disruption

Classroom Management – Focus

  • To calm classroom chaos to increase learning
  • To create a restorative practice prevention classroom environment
  • To have success plans for children with trauma backgrounds

Classroom Management- Services

  •  Education Opportunities for Schools – In-service training
  • Classroom environment observations and assessments
  • Trauma-informed classroom
  • Restorative practices school education


  • Decrease classroom chaos and focus on behaviors rather than education
  • Increase teach effectiveness and Decrease teach burn out
  • Address the impact of trauma on behaviors, utilizing different success classroom strategies

RESTORING school with restorative practices, prevention strategies to become more productive and less punitive

Classroom restorative practices - Focus

  • Putting the theory of restorative justice into the classroom environment
  • Using prevention strategies to create an equitable, safe classroom environment

Classroom restorative practices - Services

  • Education Opportunities for Schools – In-service training
  • Classroom environment strategies
  • Social justices focused classrooms
  • Restorative practices school education


  • Providing opportunities for kids to solve their own problems
  • Create an environment of cohesive learning
  • Increase communication and ownership in classrooms
  • Decrease bullies and targets with cooperative, restorative practices

RESTRUCTURING adverse childhood traumaexperience (ACE) outcomes through education and success strategies.

Trauma and resilience focus

  • Trauma effects from the beginning - trauma starts in pregnancy
  • Understanding adverse childhood trauma experience (ACE)
  • Where do we go from here? - road to resiliency
  • Realizing the focus is not what is wrong with a child, it is what happened to them

Trauma and resilience – services

  • Educational training about ACEs and the ACE assessment
  •  Early childhood trauma effects that can last a lifetime
  • How trauma effects  brain development impacting behaviors
  • Nontraditional parenting and teacher strategies to support children of trauma
  • Classroom and teaching strategies to specifically support traumatized children


  • Educated parents with an understanding of compromised brain development due to trauma and the impact on behaviors – more successful parents
  • Teachers and Parents working together with educational plans based on trauma compromises
  • Nontraditional parenting and teaching approaches advocating relational and    behavioral success