Department of Psychology
Beth Trammell is an experienced clinician who has worked with kids and families for over 15 years in a variety of settings. She engages parents and teachers in the community through online and community-based offerings, including having hard conversations with kids, making words matter about race and online book studies about the power of allowing kids to fail.
Her expertise is behavioral and communication strategies for parents and teachers to help them connect, communicate and get kids to do what we need them to do, as well as developmentally appropriate responses to trauma, crisis and everyday stressors, and ways to help parents recognize and react more effectively.
Trammell’s commitment to helping develop professionals who work with children is evident in her approach to speaking – by using enthusiasm and clinical experiences to really drive home the skills so they can be applied in practice tomorrow.
Areas of Expertise
Parenting, teacher training, communication, behavior management, mindfulness, stress management, diversity, how to have hard conversations with kids, how to communicate about grief and loss with kids.
Make Words Matter blog