Other Publications

Being a Mindful Educator After a Tragic Event

"Feeling fear is a natural response when life becomes unpredictable and scary things happen. It’s human to want to shut down, protect and bubble wrap against the fear of the possibility of something else horrible happening.  And … we must remember to not let fear be the thing that drives our bus."

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Responding with Care to Students Facing Trauma

Many K–12 students are experiencing ongoing life stresses. Recognizing this can help educators respond effectively to their needs. Published in Educational Leadership.

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Address Trauma with Calm, Consistent Care

Strategies to help educators avoid burnout while keeping students learning-ready.

Fostering Emotional Literacy

"What we know about children and their capacity to learn centers around their ability to feel safe in their environment and their ability to regulate their bodies so they can access those learning capacities." Understanding and teaching emotional literacy is critical to lifelong success.

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Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms: Building a Safe, Welcoming Nest for All Students

This post is a part of the conversation for the ASCD Forum “Learning for All = Teaching for All.”

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Crisis Intervention for Children and Caregivers Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.

Published in Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal.