In this episode, Julie and Ginger talk with Dyane Carrere, educator, author, counselor, and staff developer. Dyane specializes in supporting students on the fringes. Her book, The Re-Set Process: Trauma Informed Behavior Strategies can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Re-Set-Process-Trauma-Informed-Behavior-Strategies/dp/1681254190.
Dyane describes the four steps of the Re-Set Process and explains how these steps can proactively help all students, not just those that are dysregulated. She discusses what behavior plans actually work and which ones are downright harmful. Visit her web site at https://dcarrereconsulting.wixsite.com/home.
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Ep 28: The Challenges of Using Praise
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39:39Today Julie and Ginger talk about praise and how to use it effectively in the home and in the classroom. They also discuss some of the challenges of praise, especially with children from a history of trauma. Why do our children often reject praise? How does encouragement differ from praise? What are some techniques you can use? First and foremost, praise MUST be sincere and sometimes you must approach praise from a counter intuitive lens. Our hosts share some ideas of how to do this, specifically by using drive by praising and indirect praising. Listen in for examples. Visit ATN’s on-line store and view our Connected Messages Post It Notes at https://www.attachmenttraumanetwork.org/product/post-it-notes/. These notes pack a powerful punch. And … Be sure to leave us feedback because we can always use a little praise (or constructive feedback) ourselves!
Ep 27: Disappointment and Expectations
21:12In this episode, Julie and Ginger talk about their latest book study, Atlas of the Heart, by Brene Brown. ATN’s Team R&R, an online community for educators, is doing a weekly dive into this great book. One part of this book really stood out to Julie and Ginger, the chapter on Disappointment, Unmet Expectations and Regret. They said that we all have movies running in our heads showing the outcomes we expect, however, since life doesn’t always play out as expected, that leads to disappointment. Unexpressed expectations can lead to these disappointments. Communication is one key to alleviate it. Ginger’s favorite quote in this chapter from Brene is, “There are too many people in the world today who decide to live disappointed, rather than risk the feeling of disappointment.” Wow. What a quote that is! To order your copy of Brene Brown’s Atlas of the Heart, visit ATN’s bookstore at https://bookshop.org/shop/AttachmentTraumaNetwork. Here you will find the largest collection of trauma focused books. To learn more about Team R&R, go to https://www.attachmenttraumanetwork.org/teamrr/. Click Join Team R&R to gain access to a library of Trauma Sensitive School resources.
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Ep 26: The Special Attachment Window of Young Adulthood: An Interview with Jack Hinman, Psy.D.
46:22In this episode, Julie and Ginger welcome Jack Hinman into the studio. Jack is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and he has been providing mental health services to individuals and families for over 20 years. Jack specializes in Attachment Theory and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). He focuses on helping young adults launch into adulthood through an attachment focused lens. Jack says that, “Connection is both the outcome and the intervention.” In mid-June, the Engage Transitions facility will be opening in Cedar City, Utah. This is a therapeutic community that gives young adults the confidence to safely explore their environment. The goal is to have the young adults create their own social networks using Engage as their secure base. To learn more about Engage, go to www.engagelifenow.com. You can also email Jack at [email protected] Jack proudly proclaims, “Attachment is my language.”
Ep 25: The Dangers of Social Media for our Teens- A Conversation with Jethro Jones
48:07In this episode, Julie and Ginger welcome Jethro Jones into the studio to discuss social media and its impact on traumatized children. Jethro is the 2017 NASSP Digital Principal of the Year. He is a former principal and host of Transformative Principal. He is the founder of the Center for Cyber Ethics, an independent nonpartisan educational institute. He is an author of 2 books: SchoolX: How Principals Can Design a Transformative School Experience for Students, Teachers, Parents – And Themselves and How to be a Transformative Principal. Additionally, he works as a consultant in school systems. Jethro says. “We can’t expect children to do things that they aren’t ready for” and social media is one of those things. Jethro lays out some strategies for parents and teachers on how to help children navigate the social media world. You can reach out directly to Jethro and order his books at www.JethroJones.com.
Ep 24: Using Stories to Heal: A Conversation with Jane Samuel
47:53In this episode, Julie and Ginger have long-time ATN friend, Jane Samuel in the studio. Jane is a marriage and family associate whose practice focuses on children and families with an attachment-focused lens. Many of her clients are foster and adoptive families. In this episode, she talks about the value of narratives and storytelling. What exactly is a narrative? How can this be used in healing? Storytelling is useful in all settings – by parents, by teachers, and by clinicians. Jane also suggests that caregivers use books to open up discussions of hard topics. Jane has compiled a list of books that she recommends, organized by topics and feelings. For a list of books that Jane recommends, go here: https://www.attachmenttraumanetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/Janes-book-list.pdf. According to Dr. Curt Thompson, “We are the only mammals that narrate our lives.” What a gift we have!
Ep 23 Restorative (and Trauma-Informed) Practices in Schools: An Interview with Joe Brummer
44:11In this episode, Ginger and Julie dive into Restorative Practices with Joe Brummer in the studio. Joe is an expert in developing trauma-informed and restorative approaches in schools and organizations. He is a consultant and author of the book, Building a Trauma-Informed Restorative School. This book can be ordered from ATN’s bookstore at Building a Trauma Informed Restorative School. Joe is also a member of ATN’s PD Collaborative, a group of trauma-informed educational experts available to provide PD training, consultation and support to school districts and organizations embarking on becoming trauma-informed. Joe explains what Restorative Practices are and how these practices are implemented in schools. How do these practices differ from punitive practices and why do they work? Joe says, “The paradigm shift is the knowledge that the wrong-doing caused a break in relationships, not a break in rules.” To get more information, or reach out to Joe, go to JoeBrummer.com. For more information about ATN’s PD Collaborative, go here: https://www.attachmenttraumanetwork.org/atn-announces-new-pd-collaborative/.
Ep 22 - The Balance of Structure and Nurture
48:54In this episode, Julie and Ginger talk about the delicate balance between structure and nurture. What are the differences in punishment, consequences, accountability, and discipline? These terms are defined and discussed to determine what works best when doing trauma informed, therapeutic parenting and why. We should always seek to understand what is underneath the child’s behaviors, and we need to ask why they are acting the way that they do. As Julie said, “None of this is easy. It’s all about establishing a connection. This cannot be done without a relationship.” Check out the new book by Dr. Mona Delahooke, Brain-Body Parenting: How to Stop Managing Behavior and Start Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids. Dr. Delahooke says, “Human beings don’t develop new strengths without some level of stretching, but it must be individualized.” This book can be ordered from ATN's bookstore at Brain-Body Parenting. This episode is dedicated to the trail-blazing trauma-informed and attachment-focused work done by Larry Smith, LCSW. (1951-2016)
Ep 21: Building Resilience during Covid...A Reflection on What We've Learned
38:17In this episode, Julie and Ginger reflect on what our lives have been like dealing with Covid and building resilience throughout the pandemic. Ginger says that “It’s important to recognize that we can be both overwhelmed AND hopeful at the same time.” What is meant by holding space for others in a time of chaos? In her book, The Art of Holding Space, Heather Platt says that holding space means “being willing to walk alongside another person on whatever journey they are on.” Julie and Ginger also point out that it is vital to accept that the only way to handle this is to take care of ourselves. If we don’t take care of ourselves, we can’t hold space for others. Everything is relational! And remember, even in a time of grief, don’t forget to play! Play is a gift! To purchase a copy of Heather Platt’s book, go to: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Holding-Space-Liberation-Leadership/dp/1989603475.
Ep 20: Reframing the Narrative with Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH
33:29In this episode, Julie and Ginger talk with Jessica Sinarski. She is a renowned mental health professional and author, having authored Riley the Brave, Riley the Brave Returns to School, and What’s Inside Your Backpack. Jessica’s superpower is making brain science accessible and entertaining for both children and adults. Jessica says that she loves to take “her brain nerdy self and marry it with what everyone needs to know about the brain and attachment and development”. In this podcast, Jessica explains exactly what she means by “Reframing the Narrative”. Find her books in ATN’s bookstore here: https://bookshop.org/shop/AttachmentTraumaNetwork. ATN is thrilled to have Jessica presenting a pre-conference workshop at our upcoming 5th Annual Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference, February 20-25, 2022. There's still time to register! Learn more at www.attachmenttraumanetwork.org/conference
Ep 19: The Re-Set Process: An Interview with Dyane Carrere
54:09In this episode, Julie and Ginger talk with Dyane Carrere, educator, author, counselor, and staff developer. Dyane specializes in supporting students on the fringes. Her book, The Re-Set Process: Trauma Informed Behavior Strategies can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Re-Set-Process-Trauma-Informed-Behavior-Strategies/dp/1681254190. Dyane describes the four steps of the Re-Set Process and explains how these steps can proactively help all students, not just those that are dysregulated. She discusses what behavior plans actually work and which ones are downright harmful. Visit her web site at https://dcarrereconsulting.wixsite.com/home.