Deep and Meaningful Connections
The CLRS training helps teachers, administrators, and support staff to become more confident, resourceful, and insightful during interactions with youth.
It is our fundamental belief that people want better connections with each other. The stress and anxiety in our lives, coupled with our reliance on social media, have made it more essential and yet more difficult to form meaningful connections with each other and with our students.
Our approach fosters authenticity, genuine listening, and compassionate support.
- Get practical tools you can use in the classroom.
- Learn how to build interpersonal connections quickly.
- Be authentic and show empathy without giving away your power.
- Create more trust with co-workers, students, family and friends.
- Learn how to help others manage their emotions.
- Get certified in the CLRS approach.
Becoming More Connected
CLRS training addresses three key dimensions that lead to deeper connections.
Confidence and Ease
Confidence is the result of feeling in your power and in your element. Knowing that you are capable of connecting with youth and colleagues from a space of comfort.
Learning CLRS will give you this confidence in knowing that no matter what will come up, you have a tool that will assist you in understanding and connecting in a meaningful way. You don’t have to have all the answers to be confident.
The ability to sense emotions and respond to youth in real-time comes from an educator having the right resources.
When we encounter the unexpected that might have stumped us in the past, we can adapt and respond in the moment while remaining authentic and free from judgment.
Curiosity and Authenticity
The pressure to come up with a solution, resolution, or answers often blinds us from being curious.
When you are apply yourself to being curious, listening, and supporting, with deep respect of the person in front of you, you are more open and authentic. You can be authentic and show empathy without giving away your power.