Going Deeper Learning Circles
Trauma-Responsive and Resilience Building Learning Circles: Beginner
*Pre-requisite: Attended Module 100
Trauma-Responsive and Resilience Building Learning Circles: Intermediate
*Pre-requisite: Attended Module 100 and Learning Circle: Beginner
Trauma-Responsive and Resilience Building Learning Circles: Advanced
*Pre-requisite: Attended Module 100 and Learning Circle: Intermediate
Leadership Teams designed by organizations create momentum by strategizing, coaching, supporting to ensure that trauma-responsive strategies are implemented district-wide, program-wide or across systems of care. Teams consist of members from all levels of a so that every voice is heard and included.
A selected group of individuals work together over a period of time. They are assigned trauma related content/books/readings/videos to enhance their knowledge of trauma-responsive and reslience building strategies. They meet regularly to discuss and reflect on content and practical application in the work environment.
To be truly effective in supporting children and their families impacted by trauma to heal and build resilience, the entire agency and infrastructure within organizations need to become trauma-sensitive, trauma-informed and healing engaged. COBI guides you in learning how you can start right away to create healthier environments in programs, organizations and systems that support children and adults, especially those whose lives have been impacted by trauma. COBI works with organizations to conduct a self-assessment and strategic plan to create achievable steps to become a trauma-responsive and healing-engaged system and organization.
Schedule a time to connect with one or more of our team members. Time may scheduled for individuals, supervisors, coaches, leaders and/or teams. This is a pre-arranged time with the topic of your choice. Office hours are commonly used to reflect on the implementation of trauma informed and responsive concepts learned in one of the training modules. The office hours can be a time to reflect on implementation of trauma responsive concepts with children, families, organizations, districts, communities and/or those we work with and supervise.
Training provides a wonderful avenue for learning new content and concepts. Coaching takes it to the next level to support individuals and teams to develop the skills to implement practices and strategies learned. The research shows training alone results in knowledge gains but not always implementation of practice in the field. Training combined with coaching is a comprehensive way to support building and practicing skills from the trauma-related concepts learned.