Blogs by Ms Jen.

Questions for Trauma-Sensitive Decision-Making in Education

Questions for Trauma-Sensitive Decision-Making

A shorter version of “Questions for Trauma-Sensitive Decision-Making” was included on the Attachment & Trauma Network’s blog in the fall of 2020. Read it to explore four questions that will help you make trauma-sensitive decisions during the pandemic and beyond.

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Lending a Hand to Traumatized Youth

Lend a Hand to Traumatized Youth

Relationships between trauma-sensitive educators and traumatized children must include both nurture and challenge. When should educators lean more into nurturing? And, when is it better to challenge? Read the post below to better understand answers to these questions. You’ll also

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Mindful Minutes for the Trauma-Sensitive Classroom

Mindful Minutes in Your Classroom

Daily trauma-sensitive mindfulness practice at school can help youth and adults get regulated. When I introduce the concept of mindfulness to students of any age, I describe it as practicing a calm body, caring heart, and focused mind. When I

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