Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Box Office
Largest Gathering of Trauma-Informed Educators
Building Resilience & Improving Children's Outcomes
February 15-18, 2021
Welcome to ATN’s Conference Box Office
Tickets will be available through February 12, 2021. Plan to purchase by that date.
Prior to purchase:
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Full Registration Ticket allows access to all 4 keynotes, 43 workshops, one FREE Special event, and access to recorded workshops for the 90 days following the Conference. See here for more information.
Parent Registration Ticket allows access to all 4 keynotes, 12 workshops focused on parenting/caregiving, one FREE special event, and access to recorded workshops in the Parent Track for the 90 days following the conference.
Each conference registration ticket purchased includes one FREE Special Event. Take a look at our informative video and list of Special Events prior to purchase. Your FREE Special Event selection must occur at the time of purchasing the ticket and cannot be changed. Some events have capacity limits. The list of special events will include only those that are still available. Starting at a later date, attendees can purchase additional Special Events, as capacities allow. It is advised that you look at the Special Events available HERE and have your selection made prior to purchasing the ticket.
Discount for 10 or more Full Registration Tickets purchased in the same sale. Choose BULK Ticket option. Parent Track tickets will not be discounted.
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