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Julia Chambers integrates all of the skills she acquired over the course of 3 master's degrees in art history, museum studies and public art studies, museum directorships, consulting projects, not-for-profit board leadership, world travel, and being a mother to 3 delightful young men into running Mimbleball -- which turned out to be precisely the s…
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Mathew Portell, Dr. Tyisha Noise, Ingrid Cockhren, Julie Kurtz, and Dr. Julie Nicholson, our author team, experts in psychology, education, leadership/administration, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB), have come together to support and strategize mitigating school stress by co-authoring a book for Harvard Education Press, which wil…
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Katie and Halley, sisters and co-workers, partner with the Neurosequential Network in coordinating the NME Trainer Program and are co-directors of a non-profit organization called Educational Access Group. Halley is a former teacher. Katie hails from the public health sector, and their work supports schools, educators, and youth-serving organizatio…
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Dr. Tyisha J Noise has approximately 24 years supporting, nurturing and creating success with underserved populations from coast to coast in both nonprofit and educational settings. Dr. Noise has served as a special and general education teacher, high school administrator and middle school principal. She has extensive experience building systems to…
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Bethany has been an educator for 27 years. She taught kindergarten, first, second, and third grades and also served as an academic/instructional coach. Bethany spend 12 years serving as a building administrator-7 years as an assistant principal and 5 years as principal. For the last three years, she has been mentoring program specialist at Arch For…
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Ginger Healy, MSW, LCSW, is a clinical social worker. She has worked as a child abuse investigator, hospital social worker, social service supervisor at an international adoption agency, and school therapist. She is currently the director of programs for the Attachment & Trauma Network. She co-anchors the podcast "Regulated and Relational" and spea…
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Kris Jenkins has taught our youngest and most vulnerable learners for almost all of her forty years in education! A heart-wrenching trauma early in her young life led to a lifetime of ripples in giving back to other children and their families. Kris wholeheartedly believes that children must feel loved, nurtured, safe, and supported before true lea…
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Dr. Julie Nicholson- For as long as she can remember, she had an insatiable thirst for learning. She always sought knowledge with a passion, whether it’s new ideas, skills, or technologies. This drive to learn and make a positive impact on a large scale has fueled over two decades of leadership and social impact work. Julie holds a Ph.D. in Educati…
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Hey, hey, hey! Mathew Portell, founder of TIENetwork and podcasting pro, is BACK! After taking a little breather, he's ready to dish out the hottest updates and have a chatty catch-up with his #TIENetworkCast listeners! And guess what? It's his first solo gig on the podcast! So, let's show some love to this work and join in on the livestream.…
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Sean Pritchard is the CEO and founder of INHABIT, a wellness and peak performance company based in New Jersey that serves education systems, businesses, and sports programs. Through Sean's own struggles with his mental health in college, he came across meditation, and it changed his life. From working in tech sales, coaching youth sports, and being…
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Esohe Roland grew up in Nashville, TN and received both her Bachelors and Masters in the Middle Tennessee area. She has a heart and mind for educating. She got her start in the education field in the Metro Nashville Public School system and was also a student in MNPS throughout middle and high school. Her passion for education has led her to write …
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This unique episode was recorded live at the fourth annual Trauma Informed Educators Network Conference! Listen to Robin Cogan, Carey Sipp and over 70 others share their thoughts!Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN, FNASN, FAAN is a Nationally Certified School Nurse (NCSN), currently in her 22nd year as a New Jersey school nurse in the Camden City School Di…
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School Crisis Recovery & RenewalLeora Wolf-Prusan serves as the Project Director for the School Crisis Recovery & Renewal project and as the School Mental Health field director for the Pacific Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC); previous roles include the national field director of a SAMHSA initiative (ReCAST-Resilience in C…
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A Response to Book BanningBorn in Canada, Zetta Elliott moved to the US in 1994 to pursue her PhD in American Studies at NYU. She is the author of over thirty books for young readers, including the award-winning picture books Bird and Melena’s Jubilee. Dragons in a Bag, a middle-grade fantasy novel, was named an American Library Association Notable…
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Ginger Healy MSW, LCSW, is a clinical social worker with almost 30 years of experience in the field. Ginger has worked as a child abuse investigator, hospital social worker, and school therapist. She spent 15 years as the social service supervisor at an international adoption agency and was able to travel to provide support for orphanages all over …
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Today’s educators need the training to support trauma-informed practices in the classroom. The Emory & Henry College's Creating Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools course provides targeted and convenient professional development to offer tools to create resilient school communities. A new online trauma-informed care in the classroom course is offered…
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Having it easy" is never a phrase you would use to describe Logan Taylor's childhood. Raised by his grandmother in low-income housing and with an absent father and barely-there mother, Taylor struggled as a child and young adult. Add to these issues sexual abuse, drug addiction, a horrible car wreck, multiple suicide attempts, and crippling anxiety…
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Dahron Johnson works with a hospice serving mid-TN. Throughout her career, in faith spaces as much as in clinical & research ones, she has advocated persistently for keeping the voices of patients and their communities of care central to their own journeys. She is the chair for a regional community advisory board for LGBTQ health; a member of a sta…
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Dr. Erika is a university professor, family therapist, and mom of 3. She holds a master’s degree in Couples and Family Therapy, a doctorate in Child Development, and two postdoctoral fellowships in Child Psychiatry and Infant Mental Health. She is the Associate Editor of the Infant Mental Health Journal and serves on the editorial boards of Adversi…
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Improving student outcomes is AJ Crabill’s focus. He serves as Conservator at DeSoto, Texas ISD. During his guidance, DeSoto improved from F ratings in academics, finance, and governance to B ratings. He’s also Faculty at the Leadership Institute of Nevada and Director of Governance at the Council of the Great City Schools. He served as Deputy Comm…
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Emily Read Daniels is an author and creator of The Regulated Classroom©, a former school counselor, and a proud soccer mum.Daniels is an internationally recognized trauma specialist and trainer in the trauma-informed schools' movement and has served thousands through in-person and virtual professional development training, workshops, conferences, w…
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Dr. Lori Desautels, has been an Assistant Professor at Butler University since 2016 where she teaches both undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Education. She was also an Assistant Professor at Marian University in Indianapolis for 8 years where she founded the Educational Neuroscience Symposium. Currently, the Symposium is in its …
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Dr. Mona Delahooke is a best-selling author and child psychologist who aims to reduce suffering and increase resilience for children and families. Her paradigm-shifting model offers a new way of understanding emotional and behavioral challenges, incorporating the latest neuroscience and resilience research to support relationships. Dr. Delahooke is…
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An inner-city community organizer for 25 years, Dana has founded numerous youth leadership programs in elementary, middle, and high schools and in an inner-city Police Division, partnering with the Juvenile Services Team. Mentoring many inner-city children, youth, and families over the decades, Dana has fostered trust with immigrant, reentry, and r…
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Peyton Barsel founded a non-profit, ACE Aware, after writing and presenting a bill in the 2019 Nevada legislature requiring teachers be trained to identify and support students who have experienced trauma. Peyton subsequently researched and co-wrote a 30-minute trauma-informed training video with the Department of Education, which all Nevada public…
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As CTIPP’s Director of Government Affairs, Jen is responsible for mobilizing advocates passionate about addressing trauma and working with Congress members, federal agencies, and the White House to advance trauma-informed policies that support healing. Jen has nearly ten years of experience advancing trauma-informed policy and practices through gra…
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Cendie Stanford is a “Triple Eagle” scholar, becoming a first-generation college graduate to earn two Master's Degrees, one BA Degree, and a business certificate from the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. A Texas native & former public school educator, she is extremely passionate about Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) educatio…
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Mr. Beswick has over 20 years’ experience in education as an educational program director for a social service agency, a charter schoolteacher, Principal, and Assistant Superintendent. Mr. Beswick is the Vice President of School Development for Lifelong Learning, serving as the executive lead for the Trauma Resilient Educational Community model (TR…
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Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz, PhD, is a bilingual/bicultural school psychologist, educational consultant, and professional development facilitator. She has extensive experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. With expertise in assessing and supporting students’ socio-emotional and academic development, she has been instrume…
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This episode is one every educator needs to listen to. Schake a single father, business owner EMBO (Empower Motivate Better Opportunities) Mrs. Grissoms Panini Grill, entrepreneur, coach, Motivational speaker, and convicted felon, gets real about his experience as a parent and how the system continues to be a barrier to getting his family what they…
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Meg is a Bal-A-Vis-X practitioner/trainer, and an educator with about 22 years of experience in general and special education. She currently facilitates the Reset and Return room at an urban elementary school in Wichita KS. She also supports teachers with trauma-informed and restorative practices/ As the Equity Champion in her building. She leads h…
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Beth Tyson, MA, is a childhood trauma consultant, 3x best-selling author, and an advocate for children in the child welfare system. She founded Beth Tyson Trauma Consulting in 2019 based on her experience as a childhood trauma therapist. Beth provides trauma-responsive training and guidance to organizations that work with children and youth. She is…
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Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC, is a California Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor. Brad trained as a Somatic Psychotherapist and has worked in the field of trauma for over 20 years, specializing in working with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD). Brad began his ca…
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Jessie is a Certified Master Coach who has been studying and practicing Speech Language Pathology with a Master’s Degree in Communication Science and Disorders, since 1991. She believes that effective communication and healthy relationships are the keys to happiness and a fulfilled and purposeful life. By undertaking and understanding her own self-…
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Caren Baruch-Feldman Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist. She has authored numerous articles and led workshops on topics such as cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, helping children and adults cope with stress and worry, helping people change, and developing grit, resilience, and self-control. Providing in-serv…
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Franklin Willis, music educator and instructional coach with Metro Nashville Public Schools equips teachers with instructional support and necessary resources to strengthen their professional acumen and enhance their classrooms. Through his work, he has developed a passion for the cultivation of musicianship for young minds as every child has music…
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Zaretta Hammond is a former classroom English teacher who has been doing instructional design, school coaching, and professional development around the issues of equity, literacy, and culturally responsive teaching for the past 18 years. She teaches as a lecturer at St. Mary’s College’s Kalmanovitz School of in Moraga, California.In addition to con…
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Parkhill is CEO for STOPit Solutions, a provider of school safety & mental health solutions for K-12 schools.Kerrie Ackerson is the Neurosequential Trauma Project Director at CESA 10 in Wisconsin, the Director of Government Affairs for STOPit Solutions, and the creator of the HELPme app. She has a background in juvenile corrections, adult and juven…
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ABOUT PROJECT SELO (it means village in Ukrainian). We started our Project in October 2021 with a dream to give English language teachers in the most remote Ukrainian villages and schools a chance to practice English with native speakers, and to learn more about other countries cultures, as well as teaching techniques from the English speaking worl…
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Jill Speering is a 35-year career educator who taught kindergarten and first-grade students to read through writing and publishing their stories into classroom books. During her teaching career, Speering received many accolades including Distinguished Educator of the Year for Middle Tennessee and Master Teacher under the Career Ladder program. Alth…
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Brad is a licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and the author of the Amazon best-selling book "Sibling Sexual Abuse: A Guide to Confronting America's Silent Epidemic." Brad specializes in working with individuals and families where sibling sexual abuse has occurred. Brad conducts training with communities and groups across the US.…
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Calvin Price is a native of Nashville, TN, and graduated from Middle Tennessee State University. He currently works in Supply Chain Management for the Nissan vehicle plant in Smyrna, TN. He is the father of one son whom he loves very much (Kairee Price, pronounced "Ky-ree"). He also serves as a part-time youth advocate for Youth Advocate Programs D…
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Julie Beem has been the Executive Director of the Attachment & Trauma Network since 2009 and an active member and volunteer since 2005. Julie lives in the Atlanta area and is the mom to four and grandmother to three. Her youngest daughter, adopted internationally more than 20 years ago was the reason she sought and found support and education from …
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A few years ago Nate walked away from a highly successful career in real estate to give himself a reset and find more understanding in his life. He sold his home and everything with it and traveled throughout the world for several months. During his travels, he began publicly sharing his journey of healing from childhood trauma and the battles with…
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Jesse Kohler is Executive Director of the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy & Practice (CTIPP). Jesse is a passionate advocate and leader in the trauma-informed space who works on systems change to provide comprehensive support for individuals, families, and communities so that, someday, all people have the opportunity and support necessary to re…
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Diane wanted to become a social worker at age 10 when she read a book about Jane Addams. She received a master's degree in social work at Jane Addams School of Social Work in the 1980s. She has worked in many schools and in social service agencies supporting special education students and families for many years. She has always had an interest in h…
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Karen Gross is an author and educator who specializes in student success and the impact of trauma on learning and psychosocial development. She is the author of prize-winning adult books and a children's book series titled Lady Lucy's Quest. She is a former college president and former senior policy advisor to the US Department of Education. She wr…
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Dr. Michael Gaskell is Principal at Hammarskjold Middle School in East Brunswick, NJ. following experience as a special educator and assistant principal in Paramus, NJ. He continues to model the pursuit of lifelong learning as he serves to mentors new principals through the New Jersey Leaders to Leaders program. An NJPSA Stars recipient, he has bee…
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