Creating a Trauma Informed World:
One Organization, One Family, One Person at a time
Mindfully Based and Trauma Proficient Leadership, Staff and Organizational Development
Trauma Informed Care Training and Implementation
Secondary and Vicarious Trauma Relief for First Responders
Executive and Life Coaching
70% of organizational change efforts fail primarily due to the people side.
Emotionally Intelligent and Trauma Informed Organizations create environments conducive to high employee satisfaction and low attrition contributing to solid outcomes; in every industry.
Intentionally, Purposefully and Consciously creating non violent, emotionally safe, and energized organizations, institutions, schools, communities and families.
I want to thank you so much for being an AMAZING panelist for our Colloquium on Friday. You were absolutely incredible!!! I so appreciate the passion, expertise and dedication to the trauma field. Your work and commitment to children and adults dealing with trauma is lifesaving.
Again, thank you for sharing your story and overall incredibleness with all of us.
Clara A. Reynolds, LCSW, MBA
President and CEO, One Crisis Center Plaza
“I highly recommend Juli Alvarado and her group for training, consulting, and organizational crisis intervention”
Yvonne Sletta, Supervisor, Adoption Unit, El Paso County, CO
“It is not often you find a master orator, teacher, mentor and friend who is also a master therapist, consultant and expert in the healing of children and families. This is Jules”
Donna Bolinger, State Director,
Is investing in a staff well-being program worth the cost? If you want to decrease turnover, burnout and low morale; and if you want to increase productivity, staff satisfaction and the bottom line, YES. The path to professional success isn’t what it used to be. Fifty...read more
Emotional trauma is toxic in every way; it causes physical, emotional, cognitive, psychological and spiritual symptoms.
Emotional trauma is the root of attrition in our organizations, separation in our couples and families and failed placements in educational settings and child welfare.
Until we get our emotional lives back into regulation we will continue to see a decline in performance in the office, and relationship behind closed doors.read more
Not everything has to be ok. And in our system, not everything IS ok. But in our system, the energy is moving. Moving forward with generosity. Moving forward with a willingness to live with the tension of not knowing, yet. Moving forward so we do not stagnate. Moving forward and open to learning as we go. I humbly offer 4 additional steps we can take as we work toward OK when we are not OK.read more