Resilient Classrooms: Relationships, Regulation and Self-Care
July 26, 2018
227 Lawrence St. Hartford, CT
$225 before June 30th/$250 after
Limited to 20 participants
This trauma-informed, research-based training addresses the root of student behavioral problems and provides strategies to improve teacher-student relationships, enhance learning, and decrease unwanted classroom behavior. Equally important, educators learn self-care strategies to support their own well-being, reduce burnout, and regain a joy of teaching.
Intended Audience: PreK-12 general and special education teachers, counselors, psychologists, social workers and administrators
Skills and techniques are based on social neuroscience, attachment theory and trauma research. Through the use of case studies, video, discussion, and experiential exercises, you will leave this workshop with concrete solutions for classroom management and insight into your behavior and relationships.
Presenter: Susan Averna, PhD
Trained in developmental, educational, and counseling psychology, Dr. Averna has worked as a school mental health consultant, college professor, school counselor and athletic coach. She provides consultation to parents, schools, and organizations. She has investigated the root cause of student failure, underachievement, and emotional and behavioral problems in the classroom for twenty years. With an expertise in attachment and developmental trauma, she provides educators with tools to better serve the most vulnerable students, while supporting the educators doing this important work.
To Register, download and complete the form below and return with payment. Verification of registration will be emailed.