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

Learn More About LSCI Training in Georgia

Summer is the perfect time to complete LSCI training, to learn strategies to reach and effectively teach young people who exhibit self-defeating and/or disruptive patterns of behavior. Here’s what recent participants in Georgia are saying about their summer training:

Your additional comments about the Trainers:

I always feel that Andye presents the information in an easy to understand manner.
Excellent training!
The training was very insightful and helpful!

Describe the significant learnings you are taking away from this course:
The importance of fully decoding what the student is conveying.
Understanding how to approach troubled students
My attitude everyday directly affects the climate of my classroom. By being aware of my own stress level I can help make my classroom a positive learning environment.

How do you see yourself using the information and skills you’ve attained?

Consistently implementing the LSCI strategies daily to assist the students with their challenges.
Daily at my location
This information and these skills will aid me in building more productive relationships with my students.
I see myself using the information to build better relationships with my students.

What would you change about this course?
I would like to take the longer version of this course.
Adding Behavioral Specialist, School resource officers, School nurses to attend
Absolutely nothing!

What, if anything, would you like to learn as a follow up to this course?
More interactive activities. They are fun.