User Guide

Available courses

An Introduction to Mindfulness and School-Based Yoga Practices for School Communities

An Introduction to Mindfulness and School-Based Yoga Practices for School Communities

In recognition of the need for evidence-based, universal, trauma-responsive practices that support the complete physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being of children, youth, staff, and caregivers, the TASN School Mental Health Initiative has partnered with Little Flower Yoga to develop an online video series introducing practices that can be: a) instructionally embedded, and b) accessible to all.

Trauma, Toxic Stress, and Caregiver Well-Being

Trauma, Toxic Stress, and Caregiver Well-Being

Trauma, Toxic Stress, and Caregiver Well-Being: Practices for Fostering Resilience in Children/Youth and Caregivers was developed to provide school and community professionals with a resource to provide training around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and practices for building resilience. 

School Mental Health Implementation Guide

School Mental Health Implementation Guide

The School Mental Health Implementation Facilitation Guide is intended for use by school communities seeking to establish a District-Community Leadership Team to improve mental health outcomes for children/youth and caregivers.

Trauma-Responsive School Community eLearning Modules

Trauma-Responsive School Community eLearning Modules

The Trauma-Responsive School Community eLearning Modules, developed for district and community staff (i.e., administrators, instructional staff, and non instructional staff), may be used by school communities seeking to understand and implement trauma-responsive practices.

Trauma-Responsive Support Planning

Trauma-Responsive Support Planning

The Trauma-Responsive Support Planning eLearning Modules are designed to enhance the capacity of District/Community (and Building/Agency Coaches) to facilitate training and the implementation of Trauma-Responsive Support Plans (TRSPs). The TRSP process may be helpful for any child/youth in need of individualized support. It has been designed, however, with a focus to improve outcomes for those with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and who receive mental health services from both a school and community organization (such as a Community Mental Health Center).