Lakeside's trauma-informed programs prioritize perceiving organizations biocratically, necessitating preparation, training, and practice for comprehensive trauma-informed care. Transformative efforts are crucial for healthier systems.
Recent mass shootings, including at a Super Bowl parade and a school, spark fear in children. Parents should reassure, talk, and limit media exposure to ease anxiety.
Media inundates society with negative messages, impacting youth. Counteracting bullying requires awareness, dialogue, and modeling positive behavior to shape healthier values.
Lakeside's Neurologic® curriculum aids teenagers in understanding brain function, facilitating emotional regulation to manage unpredictable emotions effectively.
Lakeside offers a continuum of training in trauma through Lakeside Global Institute, NeuroLogic® by Lakeisde, and Creating PRESENCE.
Lakeside spearheads trauma-informed training globally with Dr. Sandra Bloom's Creating P.R.E.S.E.N.C.E. model, reshaping organizational cultures and practices for healing.
Gaza's children face trauma and desensitization amid conflict, risking a cycle of violence. Urgent mental health support is crucial for change.
Addressing post-COVID mental health challenges, Lakeside advocates for a cultural shift in organizations towards trauma-informed care, ensuring stability and safety.
Over 200 million children live in severe war zones, experiencing trauma, poverty, education deprivation, and potential recruitment by armed forces. These experiences could deeply impact their future mental health.
Training managers in trauma can decrease employee's sick leaves and improve their mental health, showing high cost-effectiveness.