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Trauma-Informed Schools

Building Safety for Learning

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This is a live virtual event using Zoom, an online meeting platform. Please check your system requirements prior to registering.
April 12, 2024
(01:00 PM - 02:00 PM CDT )
$49.00 (regular rate)
$39.00 (*early rate)
Location: Online Virtual
*early rate expires 03/29/2024
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Trauma-Informed Schools - Live Webinar - April 12, 2024; 1pm-2pm Central Time

Early rate expires 03/29/2024

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If you want to create a culture of safety and support in your school, you need to understand how trauma impacts people. This webinar provides practical information on the impact of trauma on individuals and schools. Key strategies will be introduced for implementing five key principles of trauma-informed schools: promoting awareness, shifting attitudes, providing choice, fostering safety, and highlighting strengths.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the impact of trauma on individuals and schools
  • List five key trauma-informed principles
  • Describe practical strategies to build a safe place for students to learn

*Please allow only the registered individual(s) to view webinar materials

Target Audience

This is an introductory-intermediate level webinar intended for anyone interested in learning more about this topic.

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Trainer: Jocelyne Lalonde

BA (Hons), MSC, IPHE

Jocelyne is a proud franco-manitobaine and a Certified Motivational Interviewer with a Master’s degree in Family Social Science and an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. She has over 15 years of experience working with youth, families, and adults in community, government, and school settings. Jocelyne’s expertise and passion center around addiction, other mental health concerns, and wellness. Most recently, she has enjoyed teaching at the post-secondary level, where her research has focused on the experiences of youth in and from the child welfare system. As an enthusiastic lifelong learner, Jocelyne meaningfully acknowledges that there are many valuable ways of understanding ourselves and the world around us. She believes in the importance of walking respectfully alongside others and taking a strengths-based approach to providing support that focuses on each person’s innate ability to create a more peaceful life. Jocelyne is passionate about creating genuine connections with others and believes that this is the first step to a better life and, ultimately, to a better world.

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