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ADULTS SUPPORTING YOUTH WITH CHALLENGING PASTS™:
1-8 HOURS

This curriculum from the creators of Love and Logic® will cover how trauma affects the
brain; understanding intense and upsetting behaviors; the science behind healthy
attachment relationships; avoiding power struggles, overcoming defiance, and guiding these
youth toward success. Participants will walk away with specific strategies to use in their
home, class, or setting.

9 ESSENTIALS OF THE LOVE AND LOGIC®CLASSROOM™: 1-8
HOURS

This curriculum from the creators of Love and Logic® covers such topics as avoiding power
struggles, empathy, neutralizing student arguing, the recovery process, guiding students to
own their problems, and creating low-stress classrooms. Participants will walk away with
specific strategies for classroom use.

PARENTING THE LOVE AND LOGIC® WAY™: 1-8 HOURS

This curriculum from the creators of Love and Logic® covers such topics as sibling rivalry,
arguing, avoiding power struggles, what to do when kids drain your energy, enforceable
statements and more! Participants will walk away with specific strategies for use within
their home.

INSIGHTS FROM MOTHER & DAUGHTER: 1 HOUR

Designed for groups who deal with children/teens from hard places, this session is all
about building relationships. Our daughter, Angel, joined our family after being in the AZ
foster care system for 3.5 years. She had 25 disruptions and moves prior to joining our
family. One year later, we adopted her and she gained her forever family. Angel has
taught us so much about resilience and the strength it takes to trust and rebuild a life.
She is 16 and together we share some best practices for navigating tumultuous waters,
steps to build love and trust, and cast vision for a hope-filled future.

WHERE IN THE ZOO ARE YOU? 1 HOUR

Trauma affects all of us in different ways. We might all experience the same event, but our
past, our circumstances, and our perception make our experiences unique. In Robin’s new
children’s book, Where in the Zoo Are You?, there has been a flood in the zoo and when the
zookeepers are finally able to enter, they discover that the animals’ responses and
experiences are different. Participants will get a chance to experience the trauma through
the eyes of the animals, learn the roles of empathy and compassion, and relate this to the
current trauma of COVID (or any other large-scale trauma). Great for families/groups too!


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“Where in the Zoo Are You?


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Jackie Trujillo – Superintendent; Heritage/Liberty/La Paloma Academy

“Our schools have had the pleasure of working with Robin for several years. Every time she comes to our campuses, she draws in our teachers, staff, and parents with her practical and real-world experience. …She is one of our highest requested presenters and we continue to bring her back to our schools as often as possible.”