Tipi English World Inc. aims to create communities where individuals, children, and families are thriving emotionally; free from the otherwise long-lasting effects of fear and trauma.
A child who is thriving emotionally is a better student, sibling, friend.
An adult who is thriving emotionally is a better employee, neighbor, parent.
Tipi English World Inc. is using an innovative strategy: The Tipi technique for Emotional Regulation, to help people better their lives.
We are using a somatic approach that resolves the current ways in which a trauma or a recurrent emotional difficulty is impeding daily life.
Tipi English World Inc. was established as a nonprofit (501c3) in 2012 to provide free and discounted Tipi trainings to low-income adults as well as schools and other nonprofit institutions. . Now more than 10,000 sessions a month are helping people overcome their emotional difficulties throughout Europe and the USA.
In the Bay Area alone, we taught in 2017 over 300 adults how to regulate their emotional difficulties through our free trainings “Tipi Empowerment”. 40 teachers were trained to use “Tipi with Children” thanks to our collaboration with “DSE” (Dedication Special Education) and the Marin County Office of Education.
We are also proud to have been collaborating we some major associations such as the SPCA, BACR or Glide Church.
Tipi English World Inc. is the only organization doing both training and therapeutic sessions in the USA.
Tipi World English Inc. has three programs:
Tipi Personal Empowerment
A two part free training (for adults) to learn how to self regulate negative emotions.
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Tipi Strong Families
Trainings teaching low incomes parents how to resolve fears and blockages with their kids.
Tipi School Success
Trainings for educators working with children.
Testimonials from teachers:
“During a science investigation one of my students became extremely frustrated because he couldn’t identify his snail in a terrarium. He approached me for help and as his words tumbled out I saw his eyes filling with tears. I asked to place his hand on where he was feeling something in his body. We did the steps of TIPI. Within a moment he appeared clear headed and calm. We created a plan to solve his situation and he was able to resolve the issue and participated in the lesson fully!”
“While helping out in a 1st grade class, children were getting ready to start dancing as part of a classroom assignment.
Testimonial from a teacher who did a regulation on a child who was throwing tantrums and refused to type poems: