MTSN specializes in training with a focus on at risk populations during and immediately after traumatic events. Please email MTSN or feel free to call our office for further detailed information about any of the following trainings or program development consultations
Psychological First Aid
Emotional stabilization in the acute phase of disaster or sudden fatality
De-escalation Protocols and Restraint Reduction
Non aggressive client centered protection based on the deep understanding of neuromuscular activation and non verbal communication
In-Home stabilization protocols for youth and their parents
Informed by behavioral conditioning under stress and multigenerational development of maladaptive behaviors
Post Traumatic Stress Management
Protecting vulnerable populations from biological and environmental maladaptive behavioral conditioning post-event
Classroom-Community-Culture Based Intervention Service Continuum
Re-establishing social networks and affect management through resiliency based programming
Suicide Prevention Initiatives
Interruption of potential suicidal behavior and re-orientation towards resilience
Early Childhood Resiliency Initiatives
Structured ritualized interaction through music, rhythm, and repetition designed to enrich social connections and stabilize affect management
Introduction to and advocacy of an organizationally based philosophy of understanding stress as developed by Sandra Bloom.
The majority of children using intensive social services have experienced multiple traumatic stressors, these stressors have evoked survival responses that compel the children to "act out" in ways that are often seen as frightening, anti-social or odd to authority and caregiver. Many times staff gets sucked up into the behavioral patterns of children in crisis, or behavioral patterns that seem "deliberate". Milieu management training will offer education, solutions, practice and mastery for those who work in at risk settings.
Introduction to and certification in PFA/PTSM (Psychological First Aid and Post Traumatic Stress Management), SPR (Skills for Psychological Recovery). Intro to trauma informed clinical practices such as TF-CBT, PFA for schools, CBITS. Guidance in emerging best practice models and up to date resources.
The MTSN supports the ARC model as a promising practice for working with at risk populations for more information, click here.
Protection of first responders and victims of disaster on scene
Anti-Bullying: Aggression Reduction and Victimization Profiling
Reducing targeted aggression and increasing respect and self-regulation at your school or agency