Trauma-Informed Care and the Pyramid Model ePyramid Module
Early Childhood
This online training module helps early childhood educators discover how applying a Trauma‐Informed Care lens to their existing Pyramid Model practices.
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Twenty‐six percent of children in the United States will witness or experience a traumatic event before they turn four.* Exposure to trauma may increase aggression, oppositional behavior, impulsivity, and anxiety in young children—but fortunately, there are steps teachers can take to understand and address the impact of trauma on children and their families. With this convenient online training module, early childhood educators will discover how applying a Trauma‐Informed Care lens to their existing Pyramid Model practices will help them promote their children's social‐emotional development, healing, and resilience.

The Trauma‐Informed Care and the Pyramid Model emodule will help your staff:
  • Understand the impact of trauma on young children and their families
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in young children
  • Learn the key principles of trauma‐informed care
  • Build a foundation to support children's resilience and recovery
  • Begin implementing Trauma‐Informed Care Pyramid Model practices in early childhood settings
Featuring 5 hours of high‐quality, evidence‐based instruction, this cost‐effective emodule is available online 24/7 and accessible for 6 months, so participants can learn at their own pace.

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After purchasing the module package, you will receive an email with your login information. If you do not receive this email within 2 business days, please contact [email protected]. Your access to the module will last for 180 days after purchase.

If you are purchasing access to the emodules for multiple staff members, Trifoia Support will reach out to you to set up each user's account.

Please note that this emodule is non‐refundable.

See more resources on supporting children's social-emotional competence with the Pyramid Model.

*National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention. Childhood Trauma and Its Impact on Healthy Development, July 2012


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