Trauma-Sensitive School Professional Development


ATN's
Professional Development Collaborative

Empowering Trauma-Focused Educators
ATN's PD Collaborative

Looking for Professional Development?

ATN has created a Collaborative of Professionals to work with YOU to Provide the Training Your Organization Needs

Meet your collaborative trainers

THESE ORGANIZATIONS/INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY PD COLLABORATIVE MEMBERS:

What attendees of our workshops are saying:

Need Training?

How it works:  If your school, organization, group is in need of professional development training, the PD Collaborative is here to help.  Indicate your needs on the form below.  Our Collaborative has expertise in many facets of creating a trauma-informed environment to serve the Whole Child, such as:

  • Trauma-Informed practices, policies and leadership
  • Brained-based strategies and interventions
  • Restorative practices
  • Equity and cultural competency
  • Teacher/Staff Care/Mental Wellness

Fill out the form below, being as specific about your needs as possible.  Members of our Collaborative (listed above) will respond directly to your request.  

 

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