Become a Certified Instructor of the Building Healthy Life Skills Curriculum.
This evidence-based curriculum remediates the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) which are prevalent among incarcerated populations.
You will learn the science of trauma, and proven steps to retrain the brain and reset the nervous system. Discover how trauma affects clients and staff.
Learn the keys to self-awareness and self-regulation.
Upon completion, you will be equipped to instruct the Building Healthy Life Skills Course. This course will improve the mental, emotional, and physical health of participants, and prepare them for emotional success.
- Identify the effects of adverse childhood experiences
- Define the essentials of remediating trauma.
- Describe the elements of effective communication
- Outline the Building Healthy Life Skills Curriculum
ACE Overcomers curriculums are being used in several county jails throughout California, treatment programs and rescue missions nationwide. The National Institute of Corrections has identified eight criminogenic factors for reducing risk and recidivism. The following practices have been integrated into the curriculum.
Targeting Interventions: This curriculum targets criminogenic factors such as anger management, problem-solving skills, conflict resolution skills, developing empathy and other pro-social personal and relational skills. Thinking skills are taught and thinking errors identified and replaced.
The ACE Overcomers curriculum remediates the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) which are prevalent among incarcerated and previously incarcerated populations. Participants learn the science of trauma, steps to retrain the brain and reset the nervous system, and keys to self-awareness and self-regulation. This course improves the mental, emotional and physical health of the participants, and prepares them for success.