What is PAX
PAX is the single most proven classroom-based universal preventive intervention.
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PAX GBG Initial Training
Provides teachers and staff with skills and strategies necessary to implement evidence-based Kernels which decrease problematic behaviors, improve academic performance, and increase student engagement.
Virtual via Zoom
PAX Partner Training
Provides coaching and professional development to internal and/or external staff that will guide and support PAX GBG implementation, collect data, troubleshoot and expand implementation, plus integrate PAX GBG with other school-wide initiatives.
PAX Next Steps Training
Targets teachers already trained in PAX Good Behavior Game. This training helps participants recalibrate implementation and expand upon strategies for improved outcomes. This includes troubleshooting implementation as well as further integrating PAX into existing initiatives such as PBIS, SEL, Trauma-informed Classrooms, and more.
PAX Tools Community Educator Training
Provides training to become a Certified PAX Tools Community Educator, authorized to present PAX Tools Community Workshops in their own community. PAX Tools is a collection of trauma-informed, research-based behavior strategies for families and communities to promote the development of self-regulation in children.
PAX Tools For Human Services
Provides a unified approach for organizations and professionals across systems of care. This allows youth-serving professionals to improve youth outcomes by incorporating research-based, trauma-informed strategies into their professional role.
PAX Tools is a collection of evidence-based, trauma-informed strategies to improve cooperation and self-regulation with youth.
PAX Community Impact
Learn more about the impacts of PAX implementation in Ohio.
Funding made possible (in part) by grant award number 1H79TI083288 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and with the support of The Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The views expressed in training materials, publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services or Texas Health and Human Services Commission; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. or Texas Government.