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Trauma Informed Care

Welcome to our Trauma-Informed Care and Social Emotional Learning Programs and Workshops for Schools, Universities and Organizations!

At Sacred House, we understand the importance of creating a safe and supportive environment for all students, including those who have experienced trauma. Our programs and workshops are designed to promote healing and resilience through movement and mindfulness practices.

Many people have experienced childhood and/or adult trauma that has a lasting impact on their mental and physical health-informed health care has five core components: a foundation grounded in trauma-informed principles and a team approach; an environment that is calm, safe, and empowering; education about the impacts of current and past trauma on health; and inquiry about and response to recent and past trauma that includes onsite or community-based resources and treatments. Adopting trauma-informed practices can potentially improve engagement, treatment adherence, and health outcomes, as well as provider and staff wellness. We are dedicated tp being a resource at all levels to foster the transition to a more trauma-informed community.


Our program incorporates yoga and dance to help participants reconnect with their bodies and release tension and stress. Led by experienced instructors, our workshops are accessible to all levels of ability and focus on promoting self-awareness, relaxation, and self-expression. In addition, our meditation and art therapy helps student develop a deeper sense of calm, focus, and emotional regulation through a range of techniques and activities that promote mindfulness, creativity, and self-reflection.

Let us help you implement a trauma informed care plan for your school, company or organization.

Our Process

Helping an organization’s workforce understand the impact of trauma on both students, clients, and staff is a key first step in becoming trauma-informed. We offer trainings for all staff, on trauma and its impact on health and behavior. Help orgs adopt a “train-the-trainer” model to extend access opportunities to more individuals.

Step One:

Cultivating a Trauma Care Plan

Fostering a culture of staff wellness is key to a trauma-informed approach. When working with communities and youth who have trauma histories, it is important that staff take the time to care for themselves, so they are able to provide the best care possible. We provide those opportunities while also educating staff on secondary traumatic stress, vicarious trauma, burnout, the importance of self-care and most importantly, stress management strategies and resources. 

Step Twp:

Promoting a Culture of Wellness

Engage leadership to incorporate wellness and/or mindfulness into daily work/life to provide avenues for stress relief. Also provide alternative therapies and outlets to destress and essentially improve concentration, focus, attention, and interoceptive awareness, reduces anxiety, and anger, reduce the impact of exaggerated stress responses (fight, flight or freeze) provides emotional regulation techniques. reduce and eradicate bullying plus assists with relaxation, sleep, and mood; ultimately actively avoid re-traumatization.

Step Three:

Foster Community Outcome

Bullying, Self Harm, Household Abuse, Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Drug Addiction, Opioid Addiction

It's our mission to provide a safe space for youth centered programs, provide community resources and opportunities for families and, in collaboration with other initiatives and organizations be a focal point for wellness, nutrition/health and healing in the community; offering care and prevention services for youth and adults with these emphasis: 

Our Partners

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