Physical & Emotional Safety for Kids, Teens, & Adults
Organization, School, and Family Guidance
Teaching skills to prevent child abuse, bullying, and harassment doesn’t have to be scary or complicated. Using research-based tools and strategies, teachers and parents can develop “safety fluency” in children and teens by providing them with consistent exposure to skill learning and practice opportunities.
Possible Topics for Training or Consultation
Interactive trainings about child abuse prevention and the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences
Implementation assistance and accommodation of commercially available curriculums
Integrating safety and abuse prevention skills into specially designed instruction for students with disabilities
Inclusion of safety in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)
Group classes for parents hosted by your organization
Customized services to meet your organization's needs
Nancy Grosz Sager,
California Hands & Voices
On behalf of the Board of California Hands & Voices, I want to express my thanks for your webinar “Promoting Emotional Safety During Uncertain Times”. The webinar was well-planned and well-presented. We were pleased that you provided parents with tips for how to deal with their children’s emotions during this unusual time (the pandemic).
Cynthia A. Frosch, PhD, IMH-E
Dr. Johnson brings openness, awareness, and expertise to every presentation she delivers...And every time Dr. Johnson visits one of my classes, I learn something new as well. Students comment consistently on how their understanding of children, families, and professionals has grown from interacting with Dr. Johnson.
Dr. Chelsi Anderson
Dr. Johnson is amazing at what she does! She is a child advocate to the core and has studied and prepared herself to share this knowledge and expertise with others. I would highly recommend Dr. Johnson.