This Trauma-Informed Schools day-long training will gather mental health providers and social workers to deliver an array of practical ideas to a) offer staff and teachers tools for their own well-being, b) classroom strategies to help students regulate their bodies and emotions throughout the day and c) positive discipline strategies for students to engage and remain safe in school, elementary through senior high. National initiatives on social emotional wellness, "civil schools" and restorative and reflective practice for students and staff alike will be highlighted and practice methods rehearsed in small groups so participants can immediately apply concepts and tools. The day will conclude with participant and trainer dialog on how school personnel, students and parents can experience school as a place where our human need for belonging, contribution and curious exploration of knowledge can be truly reinforced.
Presented by Krista Nelson, Wilder Foundation Attachment and Trauma Training Program, and staff of Wilder Community Mental Health Programs
To register or for more information please call 651-280-2051 or click here to download the full brochure.