Emotional regulation is what helps us control how we experience and navigate our emotions. Practicing emotional regulation can help us respond to difficult situations in a way that is healthy and helpful to us and others.

When we’re stressed — whether because of difficult conversations or triggering experiences — our body puts us back into a state of emotional dysregulation. This free video from The Institute of Trauma and Psychological Safety can help you break out of a triggered state and feel safe again. Watch...

In this video, Dr. Lee Cordell from the Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety discusses what collective trauma is, how we can move forward as individuals and as a community, and how we can create psychical and psychological safety for those affected by collective trauma.

Help keep others and yourself safer by learning what grooming is and how to recognize the warning signs.

When someone discloses SA or CSA to you, it can be difficult to know what to do. We all want to help but don’t always have the tools we need to do so. This resource from RAINN can give you the tools you need so that you’re able to support...

This free Trauma-Informed Organizational Assessment (TIOA) from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) can help workers and friends review current practices in the context of serving children and families who have experienced trauma. To access the assessment, you will need to create a free account with NCTSN.

This resource from RAINN can teach you ways to keep your children safer.