PAX Tools for human services
What is PAX Tools for Human Services?
PAX Tools for Human Services is a collection of trauma-informed, evidence-based behavioral strategies for human service professionals who work with youth. These strategies promote the development of self-regulation, reduce conflict, and improve relationships. Professionals who attend this training will receive the strategies and materials they need to effectively use PAX Tools in their work with young people, and resources to share with parents and caregivers of the children they serve.
About PAX Tools for Human Services Training
PAX Tools for Human Services Training consists of 8 content hours where participants learn how to implement eleven evidence-based strategies in their professional practice during normal interactions with young people. Participants in training leave with all the skills and materials they need to start implementing PAX Tools strategies right away! Additionally, participants who complete this training gain access to reproducible resources online and ongoing support from PAXIS.
PAX Tools for Youth workers
What is PAX Tools for Youth Workers
PAX Tools Self-Paced Training for Youth Workers provides trauma-informed, evidence-based strategies for those working with youth in the community during out-of-school time. PAX Tools for Youth Workers is a collection of search based strategies to improve cooperation and self-regulation in children. PAX Tools provides a unified approach to behavior for organizations and professionals throughout your community and allows young people to experience nurturing environments supported by caring adults in community settings and at home.
About PAX Tools for Youth Workers
This training is provided in a self-paced, online format that can be taken over the course of one month. The course is divided into four modules, each of which can be completed in approximately 45 minutes. Each module provides foundational rationale as well as two evidence-based strategies. Upon completion of the course participants will be equipped with eight trauma-informed strategies they can implement as soon as the very next day!
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.