About T3

Trauma Tips and Tools, or T3, is a one-day (6-hour) course that teaches basic knowledge of trauma, concepts of psychological first aid, and practical tools for regulating the nervous system when stressed.

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T3 Course

T3 teaches the basics of how the brain, memory, and emotions work.

  • How our body responds under stress and how it regulates our nervous system for optimal health.
  • Concepts like co-regulation, self-regulation, and interoception are taught.
  • You will learn about mindfulness, breathwork, grounding skills, and bilateral stimulation.
  • Lastly, practical skills for dealing with stress in everyday life are provided.
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Who Can Benefit from T3

Everyone can benefit from T3.

Whether you are a foster parent, behavioral health technician, nurse or doctor, teacher, clergy, first responder, or just a curious human, T3™ can help you with practical strategies for dealing with stress and regulating your nervous system.

T3 Organizational Benefits

Trauma is more common than you may think. When organizations invest in creating safe, trauma-informed environments and educating their team on how to be trauma sensitive, productivity increases, workplace conflict decreases, and your organization becomes a healthier place to work. The tools learned in T3 can also assist your team in working with clients and customers.

Taking T3 Training

Offered in three different formats. This six-hour, live online course provides the trainee with a basic framework for understanding the natural human response to stress and trauma.

On-Demand Online Learning

You can take the on-demand version which is self-paced from home.

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Online Live Webinar Training

You can register for a live, online class led by one of our clinical facilitators.

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Schedule In-Person Training

View our in person T3 courses and register today.

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Trainee Testimonials

DJBehavioral Health Technician

It’s one thing to know when a client is in crisis, but that knowledge does not help you to keep the client safe. T3 Training not only gives you practical tools to recognize trauma or crisis, but also allows you to effectively respond and help clients to be safe.

Kashi HeynisLMHC, RYT

The T3 Training is the class we all needed in middle or high school. This course helps with understanding mental health, gives practical tips and tools to overcome issues, and promotes the ability to feel okay- not always being okay.

Andrea SchmitzLMFT

I am really excited about this...training - it is so necessary to help people to understand trauma and what it looks like and how to help.

Tierra Ortiz-RodriguezLPC

The T3 course is a great primer on the nervous system and offers an engaging framework for normalizing the stress response and teaching practical mental health tools, such as bilateral stimulation, to a wide range of non-clinical audiences.

GenLife Coach

T3 is a high-level brief explanation in simple language.

What You Can Do To Help

Be Part Of The Solution.

  • Educate yourself on trauma & mental health wellness.
  • Work for policy changes that make the workplace safe for everyone.
  • Create a culture of psychological safety in your organization
  • Open lines of communication for people in your organization to speak up when they are not ok.

Facts & Stats

Based on the U.S. Population

An estimated 8% of Americans – that’s 24.4 million people – have PTSD at any given time.

(Source: SAMHSA & National Institute of Health)

70% of adults in the US have experienced a traumatic event at least once in their life (approx. 223.4 million people). Up to 20% will develop PTSD, that is 31.3 million people who did or are struggling with post-traumatic stress.
(Source: National Center for PTSD)
7 Million Americans will experience symptoms of PTSD. 30-40% of those with PTSD will also suffer from addiction. PTSD and substance abuse result in problems with trust, closeness, communication, & problem solving, which may affect the way those who suffer act with loved ones.
(Source: PTSD Alliance)
An estimated 8 out of 10 women develop PTSD; women are about twice as likely as men.
(Source: National Center for PTSD)
The annual cost of mental health disorders on our society is estimated to be nearly $50 billion, often due to misdiagnosis and under treatment.
(Source: National Institute of Health).
Company cultures with a high sense of belonging have seen a 56% increase in productivity and a 50% reduction in the risk of employee turnover.
(Source: Jimenez, Dr. Jacinta. “Why Psychological Safety at Work Matters and How to Create It.” BetterUp,17 Oct. 2022, https://www.betterup.com/blog/why-psychological-safety-at-work-matters.)

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