Kathryn Berkett has dedicated 22 years of her education and career to helping children and youth who are the victims of extreme trauma. Holding a Masters in Educational Psychology and certification as a Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics Practitioner, Kathryn now uses her experience to train others and to develop interventions that assist reparation of the physical and psychological aspects of the brain that have been damaged. Knowing that trauma can produce emotional, behavioural and physical outcomes, she is passionate about sharing this information to as many sectors as possible. She trains and works with national and international organizations such as Police, Schools, Parents, Sports Teams, Mental Health Professionals and Corporate Offices. Through helping others to better understand Neuroscience, Kathryn is able to guide them in learning more about themselves and others, which not only leads to being more aware and in control of their own actions, it also builds the crucial attribute of resilience that we all need to live in a connected, healthy, community. Outside of her career, Kathryn raises her two adolescent children – something that reminds her every day that this information is real and extremely useful, but that we also remain fallible humans, no matter how much knowledge we have!