Becoming Trauma Informed in Education School districts all across the valley are working to incorporate a trauma informed perspective in their practices to enhance the educational experience for children. This training reviews how traumatic stress impacts children and adolescents’ daily functioning and how modifying educational practices help empower students to self-identify triggers and work to manage their behavior. FEB 19, MAY 13, OCT 14
Becoming Trauma Informed Trauma Informed practices provide a framework that promotes understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects that trauma has on us as individuals. This training focuses on the foundations of becoming trauma informed, the prevalence of trauma, and how to promote resilience amongst your clients and staff. JUL 15
Trauma Informed Behavior Practices School-wide discipline and chronic misbehavior can be some of the most challenging aspects of education. If done in a coordinated way, it can support the learning environment and help students and staff thrive. This training will focus on ways to prevent and intervene before behavior escalates, as well as exploring how the dynamics of power can influence the classroom environment.
Cost: $150 Seats are limited to 30 per workshop. APR 22, NOV 4
To register, visit: United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley
Training is a partnership of Linden Consulting and The United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley (See Attached Flyer)