Bringing Trauma Responsive Practices to School Leaders: CEI Partners with Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network

By Christine Condo, CEI Intern & Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support One in five American adults experiences mental illness in his/her lifetime; 1 in 25 live each day with a serious mental illness (NAMI, n.d.). No one would walk through life with a constant ache in his/her foot, yet millions of[…]

Trauma-Centered Care at the New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center

By Kristen Hayes, CEI Intern, and Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support The New England area has some of the most innovative medical schools, mental health programs, and research universities in the country. In addition to the urban centers where research, education, and health care are thriving, there are large rural areas[…]

Mindfulness in Schools: Does it Improve Academic Achievement?

By Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support, and Kaela Farrise, CEI Intern Mindfulness’ popularity has extended beyond wealthy neighborhoods in urban centers to small towns and rural areas where yoga studios and meditation centers are appearing more frequently. Now, many schools and districts around the country are implementing mindfulness programs or integrating[…]

Join Us for the Childhood-Trauma Learning Collaborative Webinar Series

By Haley Sirota, CEI Intern, & Dana Asby, CEI Director of Innovation & Research Support Starting this Thursday, May 16th, the Childhood Trauma Learning Collaborative (C-TLC) will be hosting live webinars on mental health support in educational settings. The C-TLC Webinar Series is a unique opportunity for educators to engage with experts in the field[…]