Podcast by Mathew Portell
Podcast by Mathew Portell
#10 Kat Stern - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Kat Stern is a Therapeutic Education Consultant, previously Director of Teaching & Learning for Behavior in a large inner-city school (ages 11-18 yrs). For 4 years, she ran an educational unit specifically for students at risk of exclusion from school. She is currently setting up a trial of trauma-informed education in a Young Offenders' Institute (youth prison). We discuss her work in the youth prison and so much more!
Episode #9: Amy Mason - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Principal Amy Mason from Gurley, Alabama discusses her school's transformation to become a trauma informed school over the past five years.
Episode #8: Dr. Lori Desautels - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Dr. Lori Desautels talks about so many amazing strategies grounded in the idea of relational mediated discipline! She will also be sharing many different resources with the listeners which you can access through our many social media outlets (Facebook: Trauma Informed Educators Network, Paradigm Shift Education, and Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast; Twitter: @principalest
#7 Dr. Bruce Perry - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Dr. Bruce Perry overviews his systematic Neurosequential Model while also discussing brain science, systematic changes, and the awesomeness and impact of educators!
Episode #6 Wendy Olaitan & Danielle Barahona - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Wendy Olaitan and Danielle Barahona discuss the impact of trauma-informed teaching on their classroom that consists of immigrant children who have had significant interruptions in their formal education!
# 5 Juliana Nichols-Hazlett-Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Hear from Juliana Nichols-Hazlett on her personal journey in self-awareness as she continued through her personal struggle to understand why fellow educators didn't have the "gift" of working with hard kids!
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Special thanks to you, Mathew, for being a leader in this journey. Especially loved Dr. Perry’s concentration on specific insight for educators.
I’ve learned so much hearing experts and people in the work be open and vulnerable. There are so many great stories in this podcast. Thanks!
Fantastic podcast for educators, counselors, social workers, and anyone interested in shifting their perspective on how to support students facing trauma in schools. Love the wide variety of perspectives and backgrounds that the interviewees bring to the table. The host is a pretty great dude, too!