Previously Recorded: How to Support Student Success When Walking On Eggshells: A Brief Look at Trauma-Informed Best Practices in a School Setting
Live-streamed April 11th, 2022 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
By: Dr. Stephanie Grant
Only $10 for members and $20 for non-members
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DESCRIPTION & OBJECTIVES:
In this presentation, Dr. Grant will provide a brief overview of trauma-informed educational practices with specific focus on the environment, the relationship, and the strategies. A neurodevelopmental focus will be used and concrete and practical preventative and interventional supports will be discussed.
- Participants will learn how trauma-informed strategies align with neurodevelopment and physiological arousal.
- Participants will learn at least one trauma-informed strategy to make in the school physical environment to increase student success.
- Participants will learn at least one trauma-informed strategy to use as an interventional support for a dysregulated student.
Stephanie is trained as a Developmental Psychologist and is licensed as a Professional Counselor. She currently works as the Director of Community Education and Advocacy at Developmental Enhancement in Holland, MI. She has separate Masters degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Psychology and a PhD in Lifespan Developmental Psychology. She is also endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Specialist. Her clinical and research interests focus on working with infants and children with attachment concerns and trauma histories, specifically those who have adoption or foster care backgrounds. She has worked as a clinician, professor, and researcher and has provided professional development and support services for community organizations and schools around the world.
Stephanie brings an extensive and varied background with her. Not only has the topic of trauma and neurodevelopment been a significant part of her career, as a foster and adoptive parent, she also understands how the research translates into day to day experiences for the adults that work with children with these histories. Stephanie has a passion for her work. It’s not just what she does, it’s a part of who she is. Whether it’s working with kids and their families, teaching college students, providing trainings to adults, or advocating for changes to systems, she looks forward to the task and has no intention of stopping.