Regulation Bundle

Regulation Bundle

Regulation Bundle

This Attachment & Trauma Network bundle includes the following topics: 

  • Introduction
  • Self-Regulation and the Traumatized Child Webinar 
  • From Chaos to Calm Webinar
  • Regulation Webinar
  • Self-Care isn’t Selfish

(4 continuing education hours)


Open to view video.
Open to view video. Regulation Introduction
Self-Regulation and the Traumatized Child
Open to view video.
Open to view video. Lorraine Schneider, President of the Board of Directors of ATN, interviews Allison Cooke-Douglas about "Self-Regulation and the Traumatized Child."
From Chaos to Calm
Open to view video.
Open to view video. Julie Beem, Executive Director of the Attachment & Trauma Network, interviews Jules Alvarado for the Trauma-Sensitive Parenting Summit.
Open to view video.
Open to view video. Ginger Healy from the Attachment and Trauma Network delivers helpful advice to survive our "stay cation adventure".
Self-Care isn’t Selfish- Audio Summit
Open to listen to or download MP3 audio.
Open to listen to or download MP3 audio. Julie Beem from Attachment & Trauma Network's Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Program interview Janis Bozowski.
Regulation Quiz
16 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/16 points to pass
16 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/16 points to pass
Certificate of Completion
4.00 CE credits  |  Certificate available
4.00 CE credits  |  Certificate available This certificate is awarded for successful completion of all course components.

Allison Cooke-Douglas

Harmony Family Centers, Adoption Support and Preservation (ASAP) Program

Allison Cooke-Douglas is the education and training coordinator with Harmony Family Centers, Adoption Support and Preservation (ASAP) Program. She has been a teacher for over a decade, starting her career as a Montessori-trained, early-childhood educator. Allison eventually became the Lead Training Specialist in Knox County, Tennessee, facilitating Parents as Tender Healers (PATH) classes for prospective foster parents.

She's been President of the Knox County Foster Care Association, Regional Representative to the Tennessee Foster and Adoptive Care Association, Team Member on a breakthrough series collaborative project focusing on trauma assessment and treatment for children under four, and is a trainer for Tennessee's Building Strong Brains, ACEs Initiative. Allison is certified in the neurosequential model of therapeutics and is currently working toward Phase Two (Train the Trainer) in the Neurosequential Model of Education Certification. She and her husband Jonathan are grateful to share their lives with their four children, adopted via foster care.

Jules Alvarado

Alvarado Consulting and Treatment Group

Jules is an international recognized healing expert in the area of trauma, attachment, relationship, and organizational success. She is the author of the recently published book The Quest for Peace in a Broken World that grew out of her 25 years of working with companies and individual clients. Jules provides highly inspirational keynotes for places of worship, corporations, child-serving, and leadership groups. As the President and Senior Clinical Consultant of Alvarado Consulting and Treatment Group, she offers neuroscience-based, mindful, and trauma-informed consultation for state departments, judicial branches, agencies, and families, internationally.

Ginger Healy, MSW, LCSW

Clinical Social Worker/Parenting Program Director

Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc.

Ginger Healy received her master’s degree in social work from UNLV and is a licensed clinical social worker. She has worked in the field of child and family services and hospital trauma for several years until she adopted her son from Romania. At that point she started working for Children’s House International Adoption Agency for the next 15 years serving as the social service supervisor. This job taught her so much about attachment and trauma. In 2016 she was awarded The Angels in Adoption Award and met Julie Beem a fellow awardee. She was so impressed that when an opportunity to work for The Attachment and Trauma Network came up, she jumped in head first. She is married with four children and her greatest teachers about developmental trauma and special needs have been her children. She hopes to give back to parents in her professional life and through community support. She has been able to lead the Iron County Utah Autism Support Group and serve on the board of Gateway Preparatory Academy.

Janis Bozowski

National School Reform Faculty

Janis describes herself as a perpetual
student and a committed educator. She proudly worked in public education for more
than 30 years, assuming roles that ranged from elementary and instructional support
teacher to district-staff developer and principal. Whatever position that Janis held, she
lived the mantra, "It's all about the kids."
Janis is a skilled trainer, a facilitator, and she worked as a Collaborative Learning
Community Facilitator with the National School Reform Faculty. Although she retired
from active duty - and she put active duty in quotation marks so I think educators know
what that means. She retired in 2010. She continues to seek ways to advocate for
children in our public schools and has become a voice for trauma-informed schools.