Resilience and Trauma Educator
Shauna is a national speaker on trauma and children’s mental health. Her lived experience and work with Oregon families and professionals across Oregon provide a well of experience from which to draw. Messages of hope, wellness, and resilience resonate with healthcare professionals, educators, self-advocates and parents alike. She is the proud mother to two young people who identify as queer.
She can train your staff in Trauma Informed Care to meet Oregon Health Authority’s requirement for Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs). She also offers online Youth Mental Health First Aid Courses.
Organizational trauma informed care consultation
Training for parents to understand challenging behaviors
Trauma and workforce wellness training for organizations
Trauma Education: Science Hope and Healing Part 1 & 2
Building Resilience in Times of Stress
Resetting Your Resilience to Avoid Burnout and Secondary Trauma
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Supported Decision Making
Serving on Groups
Natural Supports Today
Racial Equity Statement
I am currently working on an equity and inclusion statement that recognizes race and ethnicity, disability status (both visible and invisible), age, gender and sexuality.
Learning to be anti-racist is important to me. While I have learned about being culturally responsive for over a decade, I see how being a white woman has benefitted me systemically. My education is ongoing, preferably by those with lived experience and being compensated for their work.
Love this tweet by Tori Williams Glass of www.whitehomework.com
unpopular opinion: people who are publicly committed to growth don’t worry about being cancelled.