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Trauma Responsive School Training of Trainers Part 2

9:00am - November 30, 2020 | Timezone: US/Mountain
Mountain Plains MHTTC
Registration Deadline: November 30, 2020
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Trauma Responsive School Training of Trainers (TOT) Part 2


November 30, 2020

9:00am - 12:00pm US/Mountain Time


This interactive training will cover the HEARTS Core Guiding Principles, build capacity to facilitate foundational trainings, and formulate a plan for the integration of trauma-informed practices. 

 

This is a closed event. If you are interested in similar technical assistance training, please contact Stefanie Winfield at swinfield@wiche.edu.


Learning Objectives


  1. Establish a training for educators, school leaders and district staff that builds on and strengthens foundational trauma-informed knowledge grounded in the HEARTS framework. The training focuses on moving from theory to application using practical strategies that can be implemented immediately.
  2. Examine trauma and trauma-informed practices through a lens of equity and cultural humility focusing on racial trauma, implicit bias, racial equity, and the importance of applying culturally responsive trauma-informed practices.
  3. Participants will create a multi-phased action plan for adopting and integrating trauma-informed practices into their school/district that is sustainable.
  4. Participants will gain materials and knowledge to lead foundational trauma-informed trainings in their school/ district. 

Trainer


Megan Brennan, PsyD 

megan-brennanBrennan is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience in the areas of children and adolescent mental health, working in school systems, trauma-informed care, mindfulness, crisis response, culturally responsive practices, supervision, program development, and program evaluation. Working to advance systems transformation, Megan has partnered with school districts, individual schools, grant funders and community partners with a focus on advancing trauma-informed, culturally responsive school communities.

 

 

 

 

 


Upcoming Session


December 14, 2020