Our team-based, experiential activities provide opportunities for administrators and staff to build more collaborative relationships with the goal of reducing work-related stress, enhancing peer support, and promoting workforce wellbeing.
SEEDS has been implemented in collaboration with a number of partners, including Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles Unified School District, and the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Care.
Pre-/post-program evaluation data indicate that SEEDS participants gain knowledge about early childhood trauma-informed care practices. Post-training surveys also yield high impact, quality of instruction, and satisfaction ratings.
We are currently offering SEEDS Trauma-Informed Care for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers and SEEDS Facilitator Training.