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Meeting the Needs of Severely Traumatized Youth: How Do We Design Individual Trauma-Sensitive Plans for Students?

Meeting the Needs of Severely Traumatized Youth: How Do We Design Individual Trauma-Sensitive Plans for Students?

About the seminar

SPEAKER

Jen Alexander, M.A., NCC, SB-RPT

SEMINAR LENGTH

2 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Up to 100 people

Who will benefit from this seminar:

Principals, superintendents, school counselors, school psychologists, and other PreK–12 leaders who are committed to ensuring that every student feels safe and ready to learn

SPEAKER FEES

$7,200 virtual
$8,625 face-to-face*

*Does not include travel fees

What do speaker fees include?

Learn how to meet the needs of severely traumatized youth through individual planning and programs

In this comprehensive, two-day training session, experienced teacher trainer and author of the bestselling book Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools, Jen Alexander will guide educators in creating child-specific trauma-sensitive plans. After a brief review of the definition of trauma and new information about secondary traumatic stress, educators will learn how to meet the needs of severely traumatized youth through individual planning and programs. This training includes an emphasis on trauma-informed, attachment-focused interventions paired with discussion about the complex needs of severely traumatized youth. Participants will collaborate and receive support as they begin to design a plan for one of their students.

Participants will

  • Define secondary traumatic stress.
  • Set a goal to improve how you take good care of self and others.
  • Explore the needs of severely traumatized youth.
  • Begin the process of designing a trauma-sensitive plan for an individual student.
  • Receive feedback on your plan, progress monitoring, or coaching ideas.
  • Brainstorm how to celebrate success in your school.

(Please note: The training will incorporate concepts from the book Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools. Please purchase your copy of the book and bring it with you to the training session.)

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Meeting the Needs of Severely Traumatized Youth: How Do We Design Individual Trauma-Sensitive Plans for Students?

$7,200 virtual
$8,625 face-to-face*

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Includes

In this 2-day seminar, Jen Alexander will guide educators in creating child-specific trauma-sensitive plans.

Upon successful completion of the seminar, participants will receive a certificate of completion.

*Does not include travel fees

Prerequisites

Please note that participants looking to book this training must first complete the Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools Training and the Leading the Way in Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment.

Required materials

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