Trauma: What It Is, What It Does, and How to Support Affected Students in the School Setting

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Date/Time
11/30/2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Trauma has become an increasingly prevalent topic in Christian education today. With an increased understanding of trauma, educators are better equipped to support learning and behavior of affected students. Looking through the lens of the See-Think-Do process used by CLC Network, this webinar provides an overview of what trauma is and how it can impact student development, learning, and behavior in the classroom. Attendees will leave with an overview understanding of trauma along with strategies for supporting students impacted by trauma in the school setting.

Following the webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a small, online Master Class on trauma. 

Betsy WinkleThis webinar will be led by Betsy Winkle, S.Psy.S. Betsy combines her passion for education and reconciliation in her role as a School Psychologist at CLC Network. Fueled by a passion for helping each child flourish and develop their God-given gifts, she enjoys walking alongside parents and teachers to help them understand how each struggling child thinks and learns. Betsy is particularly intrigued by the impact of present and past life circumstances on a child’s educational success. Betsy received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Calvin College and her Master of Arts and Specialist degrees from Lehigh University.

Please register for this webinar here.

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