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SOCIETY’S CHILD | Trauma-Informed Education, Trauma-Sensitive Schools, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Trish Zenczak, Trauma-Responsive Education Specialist; Speaker, Christian Educator Coach & Author

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👉Are you feeling stretched to the limit on time so the demand for connecting, understanding and responding to your troubled students gets pushed to the back burner? 👉Do you feel you have little understanding and resources of how to apply the trauma-informed strategies you’ve learned and you keep asking yourself, “now what?” 👉Do you find yourself alone in a sea of “traditional approaches to student behavior” and yearn for simple ways of applying the new trauma-responsive strategies in your cl ...
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This episode of Monday Mindset Matters we explore the transformative power of faith in the educational setting, particularly for Christian educators. Trish share her personal journey from a childhood rooted in Christ to a period of confusion in exploring different religions with her family, to eventually rediscovering her relationship with Jesus in…
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In this personal narrative, Trish shares her personal experience as a child going through multiple upheavals, including abuse, foster care, and group homes. Amidst this trauma, a pivotal moment occurred when an educator provided a sense of "felt safety," a term coined in trauma-informed care. This concept, rooted in the understanding of psychologic…
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In this podcast, we dive deep into the transformative power of Christian educators guided by the Holy Spirit. Drawing from Galatians 5:22-23, we explore the spiritual fruits of love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These virtues not only shape our interactions with students but also foster a …
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The third part of the interview with Jim Sporleder touches on the hope and self-care necessary in implementing a trauma-responsive approach on campuses. It highlights the importance of never writing off students, as their brains can develop positively up to age 25. Jim shares a touching story of former students who, despite difficult backgrounds, f…
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Dive into the intriguing world of self-reflection as we uncover hidden truths about educator behavior. Discover how self-reflection can transform teaching dynamics, revealing surprising insights into classroom impact. Join us as we unravel the power of introspection, offering educators untold discoveries for personal and professional growth. #traum…
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Dive into unconventional discipline tactics with Jim Sporleder in part 2 of our guest interview series! 🎙️ Discover how Jim revolutionizes campus dynamics and redefines success through connection and relationships. Jim's wisdom is transforming trauma into triumph and setting an example of how to truly be trauma-informed and create a trauma-responsi…
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Welcome to another inspiring episode of Monday Mindset Matters! We're celebrating over a month of this podcast, and I'm thrilled by the nearly thousand downloads. Thank you for being part of this community—it warms my heart knowing you find our discussions helpful. This week, we delve into Colossians 3:12-14, focusing on compassion and three perspe…
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In Part 1 of this heartwarming interview with Jim Sporleder, former principal of Lincoln High School in Walla Walla, Washington, we delve into a powerful journey of transformation with a dedicated principal who broke free from traditional disciplinary molds. Jim Sporleder, shares his inspiring shift from punitive to compassionate discipline at an a…
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In this touching podcast episode, we consider the often overlooked issue of loneliness among educators, recognizing the challenging mission they have to positively impact children's lives. Describing it as a minefield where success is actively opposed, the episode explores various reasons for educators feeling lonely, offering empathy and understan…
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🚀 In this episode, we're diving into the art of creating stress-free classrooms and optimizing learning environments by considering the "window of stress tolerance". Join us for practical strategies on lowering student anxiety, 🔥 fostering a positive atmosphere, and enhancing overall educational success. It's all about making your classroom a space…
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In this podcast episode, we chat about why being curious about your students' behavior is a game-changer for educators. She encourages you to dig into what's really going on behind their actions can make you a better teacher and help you connect with your students. Trish refers to experts like Dr. Ross Green and Dr. Bruce Perry, suggesting ways to …
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Step into a transformative journey with our latest episode as we explore the why and how of embracing the trauma-informed movement in education. Join us for an insightful discussion on personal growth, empathetic teaching, and creating resilient classrooms. Discover practical tips and insights that not only enhance your professional skills but also…
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Join us in this week's Monday Mindset Matters as we delve into the transformative power of curiosity in education. From crafting resilient classrooms to bringing true change and transformation, we explore the key role curiosity plays in fostering connections, empathy, and growth. Discover how Christian educators can lead the way by provoking curios…
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Hey friends! 🌟 In this episode, we embark on a journey to understand and address compassion resistance among educators in the trauma-informed movement. We explore the challenges faced by educators resistant to embracing compassion. With a focus on fostering understanding, we discuss three practical strategies for navigating these challenging conver…
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Welcome back, amazing educators! 🌟 In this special Monday Mindset Matters episode, we're diving into 3 Tips for Building Resilient Educators with a Trauma-Informed Touch. Join us for a quick, uplifting chat where we explore practical insights to create compassionate learning environments. Tune in for bite-sized wisdom, heartfelt appreciation, and a…
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Hey, friends! 🌟 In this episode, we're chatting about the heart of education—compassion -- and the possible resistance to it. Today, we're tackling a common challenge: resistance. Some say, "I've got no time for compassion," or "It's not my thing." But trust me, it's the secret sauce to creating connections and helping those kiddos flourish. So, wh…
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Hey Educator Champions! 🌟 Episode 3 is a must-hear—we're unleashing the power to become true change-makers in trauma-responsive education. I'm here to guide you on bridging the gap between trauma awareness and being a responsive educator. Expect nuggets of wisdom to empower you to take action and make waves in your educational space. I challenge yo…
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Hey Friends! 🎙 Trish here, your fellow educator and compassionate soul! Today on the Society's Child Podcast, we're diving deep into something close to my heart—applying faith to trauma-informed education. 🌟 📖 We'll chat about biblical principles that elevate us as educators, providing comfort to our students in times of emotional distress, and cre…
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Hey Educator Fam! I'm thrilled to kick off Society's Child podcast! 🚀 Episode 1 is a heart-to-heart about my journey—a child of God, a teacher, foster mom, and a survivor of complex trauma. My mission? Answering a divine call to use my story to help others. Having lived through abandonment, abuse, and neglect, I bring a unique perspective to trauma…
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👉Are you feeling stretched to the limit on time so the demand for connecting, understanding and responding to your troubled students gets pushed to the back burner? 👉Do you feel you have little understanding and resources of how to apply the trauma-informed strategies you’ve learned and you keep asking yourself, “now what?” 👉Do you find yourself al…
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In this solo episode, David speaks about the reasons he’s stepping back from TSM and three of the most important lessons he learned over the years: the importance of practicality, the inability to meet everyone’s needs, and the pros and cons of focusing on safety in trauma-sensitive work. David also shares his gratitude for the community and his vi…
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In this episode David speaks with Meena Srinivasan, an expert in the field of mindful education and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). They discuss the relationship between SEL and mindful education, the mental-health crisis of Covid and the particular forms of stress that educators are facing in school systems, the difference between mindfulness as …
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In this episode, David speaks with Joe Flanders and Andrew Rose, two leaders in the field of psychedelic-assisted treatment. They discuss the current movement around psychedelic treatment, conditions that support healing and transformation in psychedelic therapy (including mindfulness), working with “stuckness” in psychedelic treatments, and the re…
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In this episode David speaks with Katherine Metzelaar about the relationship between mindfulness, trauma, and disordered eating. They discuss the prevalence of eating disorders, the ways undernourishment can impact our capacity to be mindful, how the spectrum of eating disorders connects to trauma, cultural assumptions around thinness and fatness, …
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In this episode, David speaks with Simon Whitesman about mindfulness and trauma in the context of South Africa. They discuss how mindfulness practice can increase the capacity to face historical trauma, the importance of elderhood in contemplative and trauma-healing spaces, the power of non-judgemental awareness in clinical work, and the reason tra…
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In this episode David speaks with Willoughby Britton and Jared Lindahl, co-authors of the Varieties of Contemplative Experience (VCE) study—a landmark investigation into the nature of meditation-related difficulties, including trauma. They are two of the world’s experts in studying the difficulties people can encounter in meditation, as well as the…
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In this episode, David speaks with Anjuli Sherin, author of the book Joyous Resilience: A Path to Individual Healing and Collective Thriving in an Inequitable World. They discuss the relationship between trauma and resilience in clinical and contemplative practice, the way resilience can be a counter-balance to over-focusing on traumatic stimuli in…
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In this episode David speaks with mindfulness author, speaker, and educator Diana Winston. Diana is Director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA's Mindful Awareness Research Center, founding board member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association, and teaches meditation worldwide. They discuss the relationship between mindfulness research a…
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In this episode, David speaks with writer and educator Dan Siegel. Dan is Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA Medical School, founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA, and author of a number of books including The Developing Mind and The Mindful Brain. They discuss mindfulness practices for COVID-19, the relationship be…
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In this episode, David speaks with Kai Cheng Thom, an award winning writer, social worker, and meditation teacher who teaches about trauma and conflict resolution. They discuss the impact of trauma on groups, the role of mindfulness in conflict resolution, and a meditation practice for working with contradictions.…
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In this episode David speaks with Thomas Hübl—teacher, facilitator, and author of the book "Healing Collective Trauma." They discuss the ways that mindful attention and attunement can support groups in a trauma healing process, the connection between personal and social change, and what Thomas refers to as the human rights of being, becoming, and b…
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In this episode, David speaks with Oren Jay Sofer, a meditation instructor and trauma professional who also teachers Nonviolent Communication—a process of interpersonal communication designed to help navigate conflict. In their conversation, Oren and David discuss the philosophical roots of nonviolent communication and how they apply to mindfulness…
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In this episode, David speaks with renowned meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg. They discuss Sharon's conceptualization of trauma and how this informs her meditation teaching, the role lovingkindness can play in trauma recovery, how to help people find agency in the face of distress, and the trauma-informed work Sharon has been doing with survivors…
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A conversation with Mushim Patricia Ikeda.In this episode, David interviews Mushim Patricia Ikeda—a poet, Buddhist teacher, and social change activist. Mushim teaches at the East Bay Meditation Center (EBMC) in Oakland, California, where she leads an award-winning yearlong mindfulness program called Practice in Transformative Action. In their conve…
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