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Resiliency Technologies announces partnership with Trauma-Resilient Educational Communities (TREC)

At their recent launch in San Diego, hosted by UCSD Park & Market downtown, Craig Beswick, Vice-President, School Development Division, Lifelong Learning Administration Corporation (LLAC) welcomed over 200 attendees to the awards ceremony and TREC Inauguration where global hero, Dr. Vincent Felitti, received the very first TREC Trailblazer Award. Dr. Felitti has changed millions of lives around our world through the ground-breaking Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study released in May, 1998.



Principal Amanda Clark, Dr. Vincent Felitti and Morgan Appel, PhD, Assistant Dean, Education and Community Outreach, Division of Extended Studies, University of California, San Diego were all honored at the TREC Inauguration.

 

“We know that before we can reach students’ heads, we need to reach their hearts,” explained Craig Beswick. “With a societal cost of $458 billion to treat this epidemic, moving from ’informed’ to ‘resilient’ practices will benefit everyone.”




Craig Beswick, Vice-President, School Development Division, Lifelong Learning Administration Corporation (LLAC)


The partnership between Resiliency Technologies and TREC will result in increased collaborations between the organizations and with Principal Amanda Clark, Dr. Felitti and others. 

 

“Creating trauma-resilient communities requires deep partnership and collaboration.  Since we have met Dana Brown, Craig Beswick and the TREC team, we have been impressed by the level of integrity, excellence and commitment to evidence-based practices.” ~ Robyn Hussa Farrell, President & CEO of Resiliency Technologies.


Our partnership will enable TREC to serve as a reseller of the Sharpen system and for Resiliency Technologies will be an authorized reseller of the TREC Model.



Dana Brown, PACEs Statewide Facilitator, Learn4Life and Organizational Liaison, PACEs Connection, introduced and honored Dr. Vincent J. Felitti, Co-Principal Investigator, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study released in May 1998.

 

We look forward to the opportunity to work alongside Dana Brown, Craig Beswick, and the entire TREC team to power more healthy minds through evidence-based / trauma-resilient solutions.

 

Learn more about our partnerships here: https://www.sharpenminds.com/partners.


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