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Webinar: ACEs: Empowering Educators to Help Students Build Resiliency and Thrive

$49.00$295.00

Webinar: ACEs: Empowering Educators to Help Students Build Resiliency and Thrive

$49.00$295.00

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ACEs: Empowering Educators to Help Students Build Resiliency and Thrive

The Adverse Childhood Experiences study (ACEs) revealed that toxic stress due to trauma can harm a child’s developing brain. In this webinar, Kim Johancen, LPC, will work through the implications of the study and risk factors educators need to be aware of with children who have one or multiple adverse experiences. Attendees will learn specific strategies on how to amplify inherent strengths and resiliencies – including information on how to increase willpower and self-control. Kim will share specific information about how to determine which interventions may be most appropriate based on student behaviors and identified risk or risk clusters. Additional skills and interventions will be explored through multiple case studies that will leave attendees feeling hopeful and empowered.

Webinar Highlights:

  • Discuss risk factors for educators working with students using the ACEs assessment
  • Discover strategies to amplify inherent strengths and resiliencies of students
  • Explore specific strategies to utilize with students based on level of risk identified – to encompass a variety of developmental ages and abilities of students
  • Glean specific information about how to determine which interventions may be most appropriate based on student behaviors and identified risk clusters
  • Attendees will be given a checklist to use in conjunction with the ACEs assessment that can help determine which targets and interventions will be most appropriate for a student

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand protective factors identified on ACEs assessment as well as resiliencies children and adolescents need to thrive
  • Master specific strategies to use with students based on level of risk identified on assessments -encompassing various ages and abilities of high-risk students
  • Determine which interventions may be most appropriate based on student behaviors and identified risk or risk clusters.
  • Become familiar with checklist to be used in conjunction with the ACEs assessment that can be used to determine which targets and interventions will be most appropriate
  • Master additional skill and interventions to be used through multiple case studies

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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 × .25 in
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