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PAX Behavior Tools

What is PAX Tools?

PAX Tools is a collection of trauma-informed, evidence-based behavioral strategies for families and communities to promote the development of self-regulation of children in their lives. Caregivers who participate in these workshops receive materials they need to effectively use PAX Tools with youth.

PAX Behavior Training Audience & Goals

Ideal participants are parents of students who have PAX Good Behavior Game at their schools, but is beneficial for anyone with youth in their lives. After school and pre-school providers, coaches, and faith-based volunteers are just a few specific groups that would benefit from incorporating PAX Tools

Good Behavior & Self-Regulation Strategies

PAX Tools is a group of strategies that are used to develop self-regulation and build and restore peace in the home or group. Adults will also benefit by feeling less stress through incorporating these strategies. 

Want to Learn More About PAX Training?

To get more information surrounding our PAX training, contact Kristen Smith at (513) 868-2100 ext. 228 or

Those who attend the virtual workshops that live and/ or work in Butler County will receive a Free Pax Tools Resource Kit. 

Join us February 6th from 6:00pm-8:30pm for a PAX Tools Workshop at Faith Community UMC West Chester (8230 Cox Rd. West Chester, Ohio 45069) 

Dinner and childcare will be provided!