ARTICLES and webinars
Trauma Informed Schools During COVID-19
Our latest infographic features information, ideas, and research-based best practices to use to apply a trauma-informed approach, both in-person and via distance learning. Fill out the form below to get a copy of the infographic emailed to you.
Weathering the Storm: A Trauma Informed Approach to the Return to School: On-Demand Webinar Available
We are living in unprecedented times and are bound to see a massive wave of stress and trauma this fall. This webinar outlines the increased levels of dysregulation that students, parents, and staff are likely to experience as schools reopen this fall – whether brick and mortar, distance learning, or a hybrid of both. You will also learn trauma-informed strategies and best practices that can help educators and staff prepare.
Join Dr. Will Henson in this hour-long free webinar. Please use your school or district email address when accessing the webinar. Access the webinar here.
EDUCATOR SELF-CARE AND WELLNESS: On-Demand Webinar Available
Education is a relational business, and an educator’s ability to effectively support students is inherently tied to their own personal qualities, and personal wellness. Healthy educators make better educators. Many empirical studies link relational support to students with improved academic and emotional development as well as reducing negative emotions and attitudes towards school.
Join Dr. Will Henson to explore the importance of self-care for educators, and learn practical strategies to lead you to wellness. This free 20-minute on-demand webinar is available to all educators. Please use your school or district email address when accessing the webinar. Access the webinar here.
BETTER TOGETHER: A Trauma Informed Approach to Social and Emotional Learning
Although they are commonly thought of as two separate intiatives it is worthwhile to ask the question, “Can Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and trauma informed practices support student growth more effectively when they are implemented together?” We think the answer is yes!
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SHIFTING MINDSETS: Training Paraeducators to Think Differently About Challenging Behavior
Why do school districts continue to put paraeducators in positions to support students with challenging behaviors and provide little to no training in best practice behavior strategies? This guide focuses on the most critical topics for paraeducator training.
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