HAPPY STAFF AND STUDENTS
LESS STRESS AND BEHAVIORAL ISSUES
IMPROVED SCORES AND ATTENDANCE
Schools need peace.
As a result of having suffered one or more traumatic experiences (ACEs - Adverse Childhood Experience), two-thirds of Americans (according to the ACE Study) are prone to responding to perceived threats by fighting, flighting (aka fleeing), or freezing in an attempt to achieve safety – even when there’s no actual threat. This Fight-Flight-Freeze response, in both students and staff, frequently results in behavior ranging from disruptive to dangerous. This is what we are seeing in America’s schools. This is the problem.
Connection – the feeling of ease and flow that occurs within yourself and between people when we experience being seen, heard, and valued without judgment – is the antidote for trauma and the secret magic of the Bigbie Method. Connection is a teachable, replicable process that the Bigbie Method teaches to school communities - students and staff. We do this through our proven Trauma-Informed, Social Emotional Learning Curriculum - to interrupt the cycle of trauma and create peace in the classroom.
Inviting Dr. Bigbie and her method onto your campus would be a huge investment in your school community as it was in mine.
Principal, Leon County Schools
Why the Bigbie Method Works
We bring about systemwide connection through an NVC approach that is mindful, immersive, and deeply practical.
We don’t “target” students. We create a culture of connection where everyone in the system is seen, heard, and valued without judgment.
No quick-fixes to drive short-term. Our approach engages the entire system over the course of the entire school year –
We begin each deployment by defining detailed goals and milestones. Our easy-to-understand reporting makes
How do we get these results?
Learn how our award-winning process works.
How To Bring
The Bigbie Method Into Your School
1. Schedule A Call To Meet
2. Create a plan based on our Proven Process
3. Execute the plan together
4. Transform Your School
There’s never been a better time to drive transformative change in your school system.
The heightened tensions in our cities create an opportunity for you to not just create a safer, more peaceful and productive school environment, but to also demonstrate leadership – to create a model for change that can inspire and guide other school systems.