8 episodes

How do I become a trauma-informed teacher? How can I better handle student outbursts? Is there a way to get back some of my precious teaching time? These are some of the big questions that trauma expert and therapist, Julia Rose Polk, digs into on the Trauma Camp for Teachers Podcast. In addition to mini-workshop style overviews and step-by-step guides, each episode is designed to help you take in cutting-edge science and research and make actionable progress with your students and within your classroom. Julia Rose’s specialty is getting you up to speed on building and sustaining respectful relationships with each of your students and colleagues. Want to learn about Rupture & Repair? Thinking about adding Brain Breaks to your day or crafting a user-friendly Calming Corner? Need help de-escalating some of your students? Discover why thousands of educators turn to Julia Rose generate meaningful and lasting personal and professional changes that impact their students, their schools and their own lives.

Trauma Camp For Teachers Julia Rose Polk

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How do I become a trauma-informed teacher? How can I better handle student outbursts? Is there a way to get back some of my precious teaching time? These are some of the big questions that trauma expert and therapist, Julia Rose Polk, digs into on the Trauma Camp for Teachers Podcast. In addition to mini-workshop style overviews and step-by-step guides, each episode is designed to help you take in cutting-edge science and research and make actionable progress with your students and within your classroom. Julia Rose’s specialty is getting you up to speed on building and sustaining respectful relationships with each of your students and colleagues. Want to learn about Rupture & Repair? Thinking about adding Brain Breaks to your day or crafting a user-friendly Calming Corner? Need help de-escalating some of your students? Discover why thousands of educators turn to Julia Rose generate meaningful and lasting personal and professional changes that impact their students, their schools and their own lives.

    MINI SERIES: Stage 6 - Building Trauma-Informed School Practices, Procedures and Policies

    MINI SERIES: Stage 6 - Building Trauma-Informed School Practices, Procedures and Policies

    PODCASTS MINI-SERIES: In this final stage on The Path of Progress, you get to learn how to drive this work forward and expand these trauma-informed practices to the whole school. Helping your school community develop practices, policies and procedures that reflect your growing awareness about the impact of trauma on learning and behavior is the next critical step in becoming a trauma-informed teacher. 
     
    Major Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    The two Buckets you could find yourself in as a trauma-informed educator  
    A few directions you might take your trauma-informed training thus far!  
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma

    Episode Page: www.traumacamp.com/7



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    • 9 min
    MINI-SERIES: Stage 5 - Taking What You Learn About Trauma and Applying it to Your Classroom Structure

    MINI-SERIES: Stage 5 - Taking What You Learn About Trauma and Applying it to Your Classroom Structure

    PODCASTS MINI-SERIES: So, by now you know all about trauma and how it’s impacting your students (and perhaps you, too). How does your classroom need to change to best accommodate your students? How do you start to build a learning environment that preemptively supports the nervous systems of your students? This week’s episode is all about creating a Structure that can actively support you and your students’ physiological needs on a daily basis.
     
    Major Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    6 creative and powerful ideas that will help you preemptively support all of your students’ bodies and brains  
    Why you need to track the highest-stress moments of your days   
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma

    Episode Page: www.traumacamp.com/7



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    Trauma Camp Website: www.traumacamp.com

    • 7 min
    MINI SERIES: Stage 4: Why Getting Teachers Support is Non-Negotiable

    MINI SERIES: Stage 4: Why Getting Teachers Support is Non-Negotiable

    PODCASTS MINI-SERIES: What if I told you that YOU getting Professional AND Personal support was a non-negotiable part of trauma-informed teaching? Would you raise your hands and sing ‘Hallelujiah?’ Or would you give me the side-eye and internally cringe at the idea? Well, whatever your response… I’m saying it. And I stand behind it. Check out this week’s episode all about why getting these two support-systems underway is a MUST for you to be able to do this work.
     
    Major Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    Why getting support-structures in place is a NON-NEGOTIABLE part of trauma-informed teaching  
    3 ways I needed on-the-job supports (both professional and personal)  
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma



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    Trauma Camp Website: www.traumacamp.com

    • 9 min
    MINI SERIES: Stage 3 - The Skill Set You Need to Work With Challenging Students

    MINI SERIES: Stage 3 - The Skill Set You Need to Work With Challenging Students

    PODCASTS MINI-SERIES: Do you feel confident that you could regulate a dysregulated student? Do you know when it’s best to use a softer tone or when you can try reasoning with a child? Do you have several “tools” in your “toolbox” to help you get through anything that your students, parents or fellow staff throw your way? In this week's episode, we take a close look at Stage 3 on The Path of Progress: Skill Set. Julia Rose walks you through the reasons why you can’t afford not to build your trauma-informed toolbox. And what goes in that toolbox? Different skills that you can use in different situations, depending on what that situation calls for. (Fist-pump - Yes!) You'll also learn about the Early, Middle and End-stages you'll go through as you develop your skills and navigate this stage. Can't wait for you to check it out!
     
    Episode Notes:
     
    Major Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    How building a “toolbox” helps you feel Confident as a teacher.  
    Why knowing about trauma needs to be following by knowing how to respond to distressed students.  
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma



    Want to Join Our Community?
     
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    Trauma Camp Website: www.traumacamp.com

    • 8 min
    MINI SERIES: Stage 2 - How Lacking Self-Awareness Can Leave a Lasting Impact

    MINI SERIES: Stage 2 - How Lacking Self-Awareness Can Leave a Lasting Impact

    PODCASTS MINI-SERIES: Ever wonder what your blind spots are? Have you ever asked yourself if you're really seeing your students as they are, or if instead, you're putting your own unresolved "stuff" onto them? In this week's episode, we take a close look at Stage 2 on The Path of Progress: Self Awareness. Julia Rose shares an example from her own life about how an adult who lacks Self-Awareness can leave a negative imprint on the children in their life. You'll also learn about the Early, Middle and End-stages you'll go through as you develop this "muscle" of Self-Awareness. Can't wait for you to check it out!
     
    Episode Notes:
     
    Major Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    My definition of Self-Awareness for trauma-informed teachers.  
    How one adult’s developing Self-Awareness can leave a negative (or positive) impact.  
    How you can begin to “tune in” to your emotional blind spots.  
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma



    Want to Join Our Community?
     
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/traumacampforteachers
     
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    Trauma Camp Website: www.traumacamp.com

    • 10 min
    MINI-SERIES: Stage 1 - Getting the "Story" Straight About Trauma

    MINI-SERIES: Stage 1 - Getting the "Story" Straight About Trauma

    PODCAST MINI-SERIES: In this episode, we are taking a closer look at Stage 1 on The Path of Progress: STORY. We look at why it's important for YOU to get the story straight about Trauma and it's impact on your students' brains, bodies and behavior. I walk you through an example of what being "trauma-informed" looked like for me when I was a student (yes, we go back!), and how you can show up differently when you have a fuller understanding of the neurobiology of trauma and stress. You’ll also learn what the Early, Middle and End Stages of this stage look like, and how you can orient yourself on this path. 
     
    Episode Notes:
     
    Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
     
    My personal story of how my “trauma-informed” counselor, Linda, showed up for me as a teen and how it was just what this traumatized adolescent needed at the time.  
    What it could mean for you to shift your Story about your students.  
    What the early-, middle- and end-stages look like and how you can find where you are on The Path of Progress.  
    This episode is brought to you by: FREE MASTER CLASS: The Top 10 Truths Every Teacher Needs to Know About Trauma

    Want to Join Our Community?
     
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    Trauma Camp Website: www.traumacamp.com

    • 11 min

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