Navigating Through Traumatic Experiences: Best Practices for Intervention (OS132)

  • PMD: 6,7
  • Skill Level: Intermediate

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. enhance the practice of family–school collaboration as a key component in the trauma-informed service delivery model.
  2. implement specific strategies for parents, teachers, and school professionals to better understand and assess their students’ level of trauma.
  3. address students' needs that have emerged from the concurrent coronavirus pandemic and social justice movement.

Description

This presentation looks at best practices in trauma-informed school treatment while addressing the needs that have emerged from the concurrent coronavirus pandemic and reinvigorated social justice movement. While the presentation will review the literature on evidence-based approaches, the focus will be on how to implement strategies for parents, teachers, and professionals to better understand their students’ level of trauma. The presentation will provide comprehensive assessment, consultation, and intervention techniques for staff working with traumatized youth.

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Presenter(s)

Kathleen P. Hurley, Baldwin Union Free School District

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