On October 8, 2014, Barb Trader the executive director of TASH was featured during the Attachment & Trauma Network’s (ATN) 10-day online summit, Educating Traumatized Children. Barb’s interview, “Reducing Restraints & Seclusions with Trauma Sensitive Practices,” is one of over 20 interviews to air during the online summit, which takes place September 30 through October 10, 2014.
During Barb’s 40-minute interview, she voices the dangers of using restraint and seclusion in schools and what schools should be working toward as interventions and alternatives to these practices. Barb discusses how trauma-informed practices for educators and Positive Behavior Supports can be used as a framework to reduce traumatizing practices. Find out more about Barb’s interview by viewing the official press release.
The Attachment & Trauma Network will make transcripts of the interviews available for purchase after the summit concludes. More details are available here.