Building a Trauma-Informed Movement

 When:Monday, April 29th, from 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET

 Where:  You can view the webinar here.

Are you looking to be part of the trauma-informed movement but not sure how to get started? You do not need to be in a traditional leadership role to drive progress and improve the lives of children, educators, and your entire community!

On this webinar, we heard from two school nurses about their journey in building support for a trauma-informed approach in their school district:

  • Lynne Traina, RN, NJ-CSN
  • Susanne Adamsky, RN, NJ-CSN

This webinar was moderated by Kim Sanders, President of Ukeru Systems.

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We encourage participants to add your voice to the conversation by using the hashtag #startswithU on Twitter.

Past Ukeru webinars include:

Building a Trauma-Informed Movement

Creating a Relationship-First vs. Rules-First Environment

Reducing Restraint & Seclusion in the Millcreek Township School District

Creating a Trauma Informed School

Achieving Success And Safety By Implementing A Trauma-Informed Approach In Juvenile Services

Using a Trauma-Informed Approach in Residential Programs: Featuring Dr. Karen Treisman

Trauma Informed Approach for Survivors of Human Trafficking

Comfort vs. Control from the Parent’s Perspective

On the Frontlines: Comfort vs. Control in Practice

The Prevalence of Restraint: Featuring Dr. Peter Sturmey

Bringing Trauma Informed Care to the Classroom

Trauma Informed Care for the Professional

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