Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools Adults
This training teaches school professionals, and other adults who care for children, how to create trauma informed schools, classrooms and other settings.
The training focuses on resilience, exploring the core values and beliefs of educators and other adults and places an emphasis on understanding how trauma impacts children and their school and life experience.
Lastly, proactive strategies such as fostering connections, prioritizing social and emotional skills, establishing safety, and promoting play are presented. This course provides detailed information and concrete actions that answer not just the “why” but also the “how” to create the best life for traumatized children and all the adults who interact with them.
-Identify the four main protective factors of resilient youth.
-Discuss the four universal needs and provide examples to support each.
-Name three differences between grief and trauma reactions.
-Identify the three main functions of the deep brain.
-Identify at least three functions of the outer brain.
-Describe how trauma impacts the deep and outer brain functions specifically in the school setting.
-Identify at least five ways trauma and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms may overlap.
-Identify at least five proactive strategies.
-Name at least three of the top fears of school-age children.
Oct 15, 22, 29 (Please hold Nov 19 as a makeup day in case of a weather cancellation)
5:00-8:00 – Dinner is provided
Longview Early Childhood Center
You must attend all three dates to receive credit for this
training. This training is free.
Betsy Sullivan Ed.S., Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.)
Starr Global Learning Network Trainer
Betsy Sullivan is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an experienced classroom teacher who consults with parents, teachers and schools to help all children reach their full potential. After spending many years working as a teacher and a counselor in schools, a private therapist and a trauma specialist and consultant Betsy knows and understands children and how we, as educators, professionals, parents and all caring adults can help children happily achieve their personal best.Betsy has been training with The Center for Trauma and Loss in Children (TLC) since 1990, is a trauma specialist/consultant and a Starr Global Learning Network Trainer.
Registration Information HERE
If you have an MI Registry account please use this link to register. Please set up an MI Registry account and enter your PIC number in your profile to receive SCECH credit. https://go.miregistry.org/register.aspx?evid=31817
If you do not have an MI Registry account or need assistance, please email Micki Gibbs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 989-492-7702 x1173. Please be sure to indicate your full name and email address so that we can promptly register you.
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