Tessa Brock MA, LPC, IMH-E(III)

How Should I Say This? (Trauma-Informed Communication Strategies)

A Breakout Session for the Reclaiming Hope Conference

Now, more than ever, we need to have concrete strategies to hold sensitive yet honest conversations. In this lighthearted and insightful presentation, participants will be able to self-reflect on their personal intentions for holding conversations and enhance their skills of engaging in trauma-informed, successful dialogue.

Tessa is a passionate, engaging and inspiring presenter who tackles the tough topics of Trauma Informed Approaches, Communication, Positive Guidance, Reflective Practice, Self-Care, and Diversity with a balance of expertise, honesty, and humor. Tessa has a Master’s degree, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), is Infant/Toddler Mental Health Endorsed Level III (IMH-E III) and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (CTTS). She has been the Mental Health Coordinator for a federally funded early childhood agency for over 20 years where a significant part of her role is supporting classroom teachers, home visitors, coaches, and parents with social emotional development for children, to include creating practices of prevention and intervention for children and families. Tessa actively trains, consults and partners with organizations and Prekindergarten through 12th grade schools to enhance relationship-based and trauma informed skills and strategies used with professionals, students and parents. The Neurosequential Network acknowledges that Tessa has completed NMT Training Certification through the Phase I level. Tessa is a certified trainer for Arizona ACES. She is an international speaker and statewide consultant.
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