Welcome to Trauma Informed Care Services

  • Our Values

    We believe that students thrive by building and maintaining trusting relationships with adults who are nurturing and empowering.

    We believe that teaching social and emotional well-being is the responsibility of caregivers, educators, and all members of the community.

    We believe that children are not willfully disobedient, rather they are resourceful, resilient, and not yet equipped to manage emotional dysregulation.

    We believe children are precious even in the most trying of times.

    We believe educating adults on how to connect, empower, and correct behaviors with a trauma informed mindset will improve the academic, emotional, and behavioral potential for children.

    We believe through creating a Trauma Informed Culture we can set the foundation for Children to express emotions in healthy ways build positive connections, and inspire students to grow to their full potential.

     

    Our Mission

    To support the implementation of a trauma informed care approach by providing practical tools and interventions; improving academic success, healthy relationships, and emotional regulation.

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  • "More than two thirds of children reported at least 1 traumatic event by age 16"

    -Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 


Announcements

  • TRAUMA INFORMED CLASSROOM MANAGMENT  3.21.2020

    Earn 6 Hours of Flex Credit while you learn about Connecting, Empowering, & Correcting in the classroom along with Mindfulness and Self-care in a 1-day Trauma Informed Classroom Management Training.

    If flex credit has all been earned, extra duty pay may be available with two weeks prior approval. For more information, contact cynthia.bethany@fwisd.org 

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Contacts

  • Cindy Bethany
    Director 
    Prevention & Crisis Response
    817-814-2900

    Leslie Mixon
    Administrative Associate
    Prevention & Crisis Response
    817-814-2902