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Chris & Courtney Daikos—Trauma-Informed Tier I Supports


Chris and Courtney Daikos join Principal Center Radio host, Justin Baeder, to discuss their work with Continua Consulting Group, where they help schools and their communities implement trauma-informed multi-tiered systems of support.

Links and Resources

Visit the Continua Consulting Website

About Chris and Courtney Daikos

Chris and Courtney Daikos are the co-founders of Continua Consulting Group, where they help schools and their communities implement trauma-informed multi-tiered systems of support.

Chris & Courtney Daikos—Trauma-Informed Multi-Tiered Systems of Support


Chris Daikos & Courtney Daikos joins Justin Baeder to discuss their work with trauma-informed multi-tiered systems of support.

Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Visit the Continua Consulting website
  • About Chris Daikos & Courtney Daikos

    Chris Daikos, M.iT., M.Ed, Ed.S, is currently Adjunct Faculty in the College of Education at Seattle University, and previously a special education teacher, school psychologist and administrator, whose passion and research focus on behavior disorders as well as the school to prison pipeline. Courtney, M.Ed. served students at the elementary and secondary level as a teacher and administrator, in Chicago and the South Seattle regions, where she focused on equitable access to relevant academics and restorative social-emotional practices for linguistically and culturally diverse communities. She now serves school districts as a Partnership Director for Equal Opportunity Schools and as a consultant on trauma informed MTSS for Continua Consulting Group.

    TILT: How to Establish a Trauma informed Leadership Team

    Webinar Details:

    TILT: How to Establish a Trauma informed Leadership Team

    Available On-Demand

    What We'll Cover

    In this webinar, you'll learn how to establish a trauma-informed multi-tiered system of support (T-MTSS) for your school.

    We'll Explore:

    • Core tenets of trauma-informed leadership—and why your school needs a TILT
    • Evidence-based practices for universal screening and T-MTSS
    • Horizontal accountability—how to foster staff ownership via your TILT
    • TILT logistics—whom to include, when to meet, and what data to review
    • How to use school-wide data to inform Tier 1 interventions

    Chris Daikos

    Education Consultant

    Courtney Daikos

    Education Consultant

    About The Presenters

    Chris Daikos, M.iT., M.Ed, Ed.S, is currently a consultant focused on trauma informed MTSS for school districts and communities. Previously, Chris served as Adjunct Faculty in the College of Education at Seattle University, as a special education teacher, school psychologist and administrator. Chris’ passion, consultation and research focus on systems to address behavior disorders as well as the school to prison pipeline.


    Courtney Daikos, M.Ed. served students at the elementary and secondary level as a teacher and administrator, in Chicago and the South Seattle regions, where she focused on equitable access to relevant academics and restorative social-emotional practices for linguistically and culturally diverse communities. She now serves school districts and communities as a consultant on trauma informed MTSS for Continua Consulting Group.


    Nadine Burke Harris—The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    Get the book, The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity

    Read the New Yorker profile on Dr. Burke Harris by Paul Tough

    Take the ACE quiz on the NPR website

    Visit the Center for Youth Wellness website 

    Listen to Chris and Courtney Daikos on Principal Center Radio

    About Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

    Nadine Burke Harris, M.D., is founder and CEO of the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point. She is the subject of a New Yorker profile and was the recent recipient of a prestigious Heinz Award in 2016, among many other honors. Her TED talk, “I Was Thinking Too Small,” has been viewed more than 3 million times, and she's the author of the new book,  The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity