Dr. Jaime Romo

Dr. Romo excels at helping individuals and groups learn

Co-create, work productively, and become their better selves in the process. He draws on his background in teaching and learning, adult development, educational leadership, and leading edge trauma-informed care research. He became an outstanding teacher and facilitator through a career of teaching a continuum of learners, from at risk to privileged students in the K-12 and university systems.
Dr Romo
He provides technical assistance for Substance Abuse Mental Health Services around trauma- informed care and is a Certified Traumatic Incident Reduction Facilitator, a Trauma-Specific Treatment registered with National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). In that capacity, he has worked with and seen scores of individuals eliminate or drastically reduce their PTSD, anxiety and depression symptoms in an average of 25 hours. He promotes mind-body-spirit integration and growth for individuals and organizations as an independent consultant and private practitioner. Dr. Romo is an active member of the National Center for Trauma-Informed Care working group, Males for Trauma Recovery and a Child Friendly Faith Project Board member.

He is also the author of:

Healing the Sexually Abused Heart: A Workbook for Survivors, Thrivers, and Supporters
Parents Preventing Abuse
Teachers Preventing Abuse
SAMHSA NCTIC Literature Review and Gap Analysis on Males and Trauma.

Dr. Romo also provides workshops to religious-based organizations, for more information please visit: www.jaimeromo.com

Protecting your kids in the 21st Century

(Parents and/ or Educators) 2 hour

  • Understand child sexual abuse context, data and impacts
  • Write an advocacy statement about your home, school, and community
  • Identify process for reporting maltreatment in home, church, and community
  • Create an advocacy support team/plan

 

What’s wrong with you?

(Parents and/ or Educators) 2 hour

  • Explain the effects of psychological, sexual, emotional abuse and abandonment/neglect
  • Explain the Adverse Child Experience Study (ACES)
  • Explain trauma including three levels-psychological, developmental, and neurobiological
  • Plan proactive steps to respond to re-traumatization

 

The school to prison pipeline for K-12 males of color

From knowledge to action — (Parents and/ or Educators) 2 hour

  • Understand social factors that impact males
  • Understand trauma as particular to males
  • Identify group behavior patterns
  • Identify effective treatment of male trauma to reduce cycles of violence, abuse, neglect, and addiction

 

AB 135, School Employee Child Abuse reporting.

Are you ready? (2 hour) — (Administrators and/or Staff) 2 hour

  • Understand child sexual abuse context, data and impacts
  • Write an advocacy statement about your home, school, and community
  • Identify process for reporting maltreatment in home, church, and community
  • Create an advocacy support team/plan

 

AB 420 (Disruption and Defiance: Reducing Grounds for Harsh Discipline)

What now? (2 hour)

  • Explain the effects of psychological, sexual, emotional abuse and abandonment/neglect
  • Explain the Adverse Child Experience Study (ACES)
  • Explain trauma including three levels-psychological, developmental, and neurobiological
  • Explain the impact of seclusion and restraint

 

Educators Preventing Abuse

(Administrators and/or Staff) 6 hours

  • Explain the effects of psychological, sexual, emotional abuse and abandonment/neglect
  • Explain the Adverse Child Experience Study (ACES)
  • Explain trauma including three levels-psychological, developmental, and neurobiological
  • Explain the impact of seclusion and restraint
  • Describe attachment disorders
  • Recognize types of abuse including sexual, physical, emotional, and abandonment/neglect
  • Plan proactive steps to prevent abuse and re-traumatization