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The Role of Trauma-informed Practices in Redefining Success in Schools


Dr. Allison Jackson-Dyer, LCSW, CSOTP

Certified Date to Lead Facilitator or CDTLF, CEO and Founder of Integration Solutions, Inc.

Stephanie Taylor, Ed.S, NCSP

Clinical Director, PsychEd Services at PresenceLearning
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Mental health is arguably the single most important topic this fall as students head back to school. In the last two years, addressing mental health in schools has become more important than ever. Specifically, the number of students needing trauma-informed practices and resiliency to function in their everyday lives—including in the school setting—has grown exponentially. 
During this webinar, The Role of Trauma-Informed Practices in Redefining Success in Schools, we address the following questions:

  • But what does “trauma-informed practices” mean? 

  • How does a school go about providing what a student needs? 

  • How do resiliency and trauma-informed practices lead to success in schools?

Watch this recording to hear Dr. Allison Jackson-Dyer answer these questions and discuss how to incorporate trauma-informed approaches into your lesson plans.

Dr. Jackson-Dyer brings trauma-informed practices to professionals who serve youth, families, and adults in their communities and consults with districts to help them take steps toward equitable services for all students. 

Please Note: We do not offer continuing education opportunities for on-demand webinars; however, viewers will receive a certificate of attendance.
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