RESET Partner Trainings
Cyber safety courses for parents and educators
Has screen time taken over your family's life? Learn how to keep your child safe online, even if you aren’t an expert in technology, in four simple lessons.
Teacher-Child Interaction Training
Educators, become trained in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) skills that promote positive student behavior management and emotional regulation.
Trauma Informed Care
One out of every four students has been exposed to a traumatic event that can affect their learning and behavior. Empower yourself and your school community with the tools to manage traumatic stress and engage students in a trauma-informed manner.
Anxiety, Depression, and the Impact of COVID-19
Learn how to identify signs of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents, particularly in the context of COVID-19, as well as how to support them at home or in the classroom.
Building Resiliency in Youth
Parents, gain practical steps to help your child take on challenges, bounce back from difficulties, feel confident and promote wellness.
The CHOC Psychiatric Consultation Line for Schools
Recognize a potential mental health crisis for a student and looking for direction on how to address it? The CHOC Psychiatric Consultation Line for Schools provides professional, on call support during school hours for personnel seeking student mental health and behavioral guidance.
Suicide Prevention Asking the Question Training and Crisis Line
Become trained in how to assess students for suicidality. Upon completion, participants will receive access to CHOC’s Crisis Line for real time guidance from licensed professionals to help determine next steps when working with students in crisis.
School Re-entry Program
A 2-hour a week, 8 week program to assist students needing additional support to maintain their re-entry to school and prevent a need for more intensive treatment. Students along with a School-Designated Adult will walk through video modules on coping skills and crisis planning while tracking progress through measured Youth Outcome Questionnaires every 4 weeks.
Building Blocks of Resiliency: Helping Students Thrive for Parents/Family
This training is for parents and guardians and is intended to increase their knowledge about the 40 Developmental Assets and how they can use them to cultivate resilience in their children.
Building Blocks for Resiliency: Helping Students Thrive for Students Grades 6-12
Participants will learn what resilience is, what the 40 Development Assets are, and how supportive relationships can help them build Assets. They will receive practical ideas and strategies to boost their social and emotional skills and cultivate a positive mindset.
Building Blocks of Resiliency: Helping Students Thrive for School Staff
Learn and implement practical strategies to cultivate developmental assets and resiliency in students. Increase your knowledge on what the 40 Developmental Assets are and how family-school partnerships can support asset building.
Building Blocks of Resiliency: Helping Students Thrive for Community
Participants will learn what resilience is, what the 40 Development Assets are, and how family-school-community partnerships can support asset building. With real-world examples of Asset Builders, and learn practical ideas and strategies you can use right away.
Stress and Health for Students Grade 6-12
Participcants will learn about trauma, ACEs and resiliency, mindfulness, gratitude and other techniques for managing mental and emotional well-being. Students learn about self-awareness and methods of practicing the skill, through tips and self-reflection opportunities.
Stress and Health for Parents, Family and Community
Learn about the impact of trauma on development, including adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and techniques for parenting to mitigate these impacts. Help your youth cope with stress and feel confident to practice positive coping strategies to prevent burnout.
Stress and Health for Teachers and School Administrators
Learn how to integrate trauma-informed practices into your virtual classroom and build positive coping strategies to manage stress.
Building Relationships with Students Online
Gain confidence with specific interactive and engaging strategies to build positive relationships with students in your virtual classroom.
Connectopedia: [YOUth] Networking Through the Network for Middle School Students (grades 6-12)
Students grades 6-8, learn how to safely navigate online spaces, connect virtually with peers, combat cyberbullying and enhance mental and emotional well-being. By the end of this training, you will be equipped with resources and tools for when you, or a friend, is in need of support.
ReSolutionaries’ Restorative Foundations - Educator’s Edition
This online course serves as a plug and play training that establishes an understanding of equity and restorative practice fundamentals.
ReSolutionaries’ Restorative Implementation - Cohort Model (coaching model training)
Engage in this 8 module training for a deeper understanding of equity and restorative practice fundamentals. Dive deep into best practices to implement science and relevant strategies within the context of your community while receiving small group support from our team of experts.
On-call hours for private 1-on-1 technology support
Comprehensive tech support that keeps you up-to-date and safe on your mobile devices or computers. Includes troubleshooting in 20-minute time slots via telephone.
Online Social Emotional Learning Program
Schools are facing new challenges as they pivot to a distance learning model. This highly interactive social and emotional learning program can easily be implemented into your virtual platform to provide students with a venue that allows them to connect with classmates and mentors in a safe and meaningful environment.
Train the Trainer for SEL Curriculum - "I Am Me" Program Training the Trainer
Teach Tilly's Life Center in your classroom! Through engaging curriculum, supportive instruction and personal attention, those teaching TLC aim to guide and mentor adolescents to improve emotional competence, self-regulation and social-emotional skills.
If you believe that you or a loved one is currently at high-risk, call 911 or immediately transport them to a hospital. Do not attempt to access emergency mental health care through this website.
Funded by the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), Behavioral Health Services, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.