What We Offer
What We Offer
Harmony provides nationally recognized training on trauma responsive techniques and therapeutic practices to caregivers, professionals, and community organizations. Our trainers use the latest research, combined with their lived experience as parents and professionals, to present practical approaches to real-life challenges.
- Therapeutic Parenting
- Education Advocacy
- Creating Trauma Responsive Learning Environments
- Introduction to Trauma Responsive Education
- Creating a Trauma Responsive Classroom
- The 6 R’s: Creating a Neurodevelopmentally Informed Classroom
- Supporting Sensory Needs in the Classroom
- I Feel Angry in My Tummy: Teaching Self-Regulation Skills to Children
- Teaching with the Brain in Mind
- Rhythm is Regulating:Somatosensory Activities for Traumatized Children
- Beyond ACEs – Strategies and Techniques for Trauma Responsive Care
- Building a Trauma Responsive and Resilient Community
- Becoming a Trauma Responsive Faith Community
- Trauma Responsive Sports: Principals and Practices for Coaches
- Introduction to The Neurosequential Model (non-certification):
- The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT)
- The Neurosequential Model of Education (NME)
- The Neurosequential Model of Sports (NMS)
- Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) – De-escalation Strategies for Parents and Professionals
- Implementing Trauma Informed Practices in the Workplace
- Customized Training to meet the unique needs of your organization, school, or faith community
- Conference Workshops and Keynote Addresses
- Consultation and Technical Support
Consultation and Technical Support
Harmony staff also provide consultation and technical support on implementing trauma responsive care in community organizations, civic groups, faith communities, schools and child welfare agencies.
- The Adoption Awareness Training is a two-part web-based training with the goal of increasing the overall understanding of the adoption process in the State of Tennessee. The targeted audience consists of DCS Permanency Specialists, Family Service Workers, Provider Agency Adoption Specialists, and any other DCS and Provider staff. Topics include introduction to the Adoption Best Practices Manual, the full disclosure process, pre-placement summaries, intent to adopt, termination of parental rights, preparing children for adoption, and the recruitment of adoptive families for children in full guardianship.
For more information about our training and consulting services, please contact Keith A. Bailey, Ph.D. – Professional and Community Development Director. firstname.lastname@example.org.