Trauma experienced by children has an on-going impact in the classroom, the playground and at home. Connections, emapthy, learning and relationships are impeded.
Cognitive Behavioural Education's professional learning modules offer teachers a trauma informed lens into the classroom. These module empower teachers to develop strategies and resources to support the emotional, cognitive and psychological development of students.
Facilitating teachers to assist students to understand and control their anger and impulses, and maintain their attention and connection to educational outcomes helps build student capacity to engage productively in their education.
Dr Bruce Perry
Trauma Informed Education – 'A Lens into the Classroom' professional learning modules build teachers' resources and strategies to assist students to reach their learning potential.
Cognitive Behavioural Education - helping break the cycle of trauma with a powerful narrative which allows children to thrive.
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Courses for teachers in Early Childhood Teacher [Pre K], Early Stage 1 & Stage 1, Stages 2 &3, Stages 4 &5 and Stage 6.
Psychologist Shanna White and Educator Fiona Foley
Cognitive Behavioural Education.
School-based consultancies for professional development forums for all educators to empower teachers to support students in the classroom.