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Responding to Collective Trauma: How to Prioritize Safety, Connection, Regulation, and Learning After COVID-19

Responding to Collective Trauma: How to Prioritize Safety, Connection, Regulation, and Learning After COVID-19

About the seminar

SPEAKER

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

SEMINAR LENGTH

1/2 day

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

$2,300 virtual
$3,300 face-to-face*

*Does not include travel fees

What do speaker fees include?

Prepare educators to help every student feel safe, be connected, get regulated, and get ready to learn

The fear, anxiety, and losses of the COVID-19 era have left students of all ages vulnerable and hurting. In this interactive half-day session, experienced teacher trainer and author of Supporting Students and Staff After COVID-19, Ms. Jen will prepare educators to help every student feel safe, be connected, get regulated, and get ready to learn.

After a brief explanation of collective trauma, educators will explore current strengths and worries related to students in their community. Next, educators will discover how to prepare for a wide range of staff, family, and student needs using the four essentials of a trauma-sensitive school. Specifically, educators will explore how to implement trauma-sensitive community-building lessons in their classrooms. Participants will also walk away with a new lesson plan they can use and/or modify with students of all ages. Finally, as educators begin working on their own trauma-sensitive plan for the school year, there will be an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and ask questions.

Participants will

  • Define collective trauma and understand educator top concerns in preparation for helping to meet student or family needs in response to recent stressors
  • Explore priorities as it relates to using the four essentials of a trauma-sensitive school to tend to the needs of staff, families, and students
  • Begin the process of creating an individual or team-based trauma-sensitive plan for your work with students

(Please note: The training will incorporate concepts from the book Supporting Students and Staff After COVID-19. Please purchase your copy of the ebook and bring it with you to the training session.)

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Responding to Collective Trauma: How to Prioritize Safety, Connection, Regulation, and Learning After COVID-19

$2,300 virtual
$3,300 face-to-face*

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Includes

In this half-day seminar, Ms. Jen Alexander will explain collective trauma and explore how to implement trauma-sensitive community-building lessons in your classroom that will help every student feel safe, be connected, get regulated, and get ready to learn.

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

*Does not include travel fees

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