LSCI is trauma-informed care in action! Alex Cameron, Director of Clinical Services, Pressley Ridge

Here’s What People Are Saying About LSCI’s Online Training

We love hearing from our training participants!  Here’s what our Online Training participants are saying:

“I will use [LSCI] as a daily practice in my interactions with students so they understand they can trust me whether in crisis mode or not in crisis mode. I will use it as a daily practice with my students so they learn to feel comfortable expressing their perceptions, thoughts, and feelings.”

“I was especially interested in the Red Flag Reclaiming Intervention, but also enjoyed seeing how all of the stages in LSCI are important. It is helpful to me to understand “The Conflict Cycle” and how educators play a significant role in it . Understanding the dynamics of adult involvement was an eye opener for me.”

I will be able to use all of the skills to help the students come to the stage of introducing new skills for themselves. Attending, responding, and decoding skills I learned are very critical and listening to the students will help me lead them to linking their emotions with words. I also will utilize the drain off, timeline, and central issue diagnostic stages to help me lead the student into a deescalation period to arrive at a moment of epiphany.”


“I would change nothing about this course.”

“The most significant skills I learned include:”

Remain Patient and Calm while the student is in crisis.

“Act like a thermostat, not a thermometer.”

How to effectively guide the student during the ‘Drain Off’ stage.

Remembering to walk the student through the 7 essential questions of the ‘Timeline.’

The Conflict Cycle Paradigm

The goal is to teach students how to accept and control overwhelming emotions.

Implementing the LSCI model will help students to use their language skills to identify their emotions.