How Trauma Impacts the School and Classroom

PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER

WITH PLAY THERAPY!

Date: July 17,  2020

Trainer: Kay Pantier, MSE, MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S, TA-S

Registered Play Therapist Supervisor

$50 to receive 6 Credit Hours

Credit hours available for LPC, LAC, LMFT, LAMFT, MSW, LCSW, and LMSW 

Training is free for those who are wanting a certificate of attendance only

NO CHARGE FOR SCHOOL COUNSELORS, COUNSELORS, TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS OR OTHER SCHOOL PERSONNEL

ONLY 40 SPOTS AVAILABLE

Registration Begins: 8:00 AM

Training: 8:30 AM-4:00 PM

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TRAINING DETAILS

The impact of trauma is displayed by children in different ways. In some cases the evidence is outward behavior in other cases it is turned inward.  This training is designed for school counselors and school based counselors who work with children of all ages. However, anyone who works with children will benefit from the training and is invited to attend.  The content will focus on the identification of trauma and trauma responses. Participants will gain hands on experiences of how to implement strategies in the school and classroom to work with students who have experienced trauma or traumatic experiences.  

 

The training methods used are PowerPoint, lecture, group discussion and experiential activities.

LEARNING

OBJECTIVES

  • Define trauma and types of trauma

  • Recognize the impact of trauma in the classroom and school setting

  • Identify strategies that can mitigate the impact and improve learning

  • Learn CPR2 – the essentials of Trauma Informed Care

  • Identify ways to improve school climate and student achievement

  • Self-care techniques for students and staff

edAbout the Presenter: Kay Pantier 

MSE, MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S, TA-S

Registered Play Therapist Supervisor

Kay Pantier is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor and a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. She has specializations in trauma, play therapy, technology assisted counseling and supervision. Kay is trained by EMDRIA in the EMDR model for working with trauma. Kay graduated with her counseling degree from John Brown University in 2008. She has 25 years of experience as a former elementary school teacher and principal.

Kay specializes in working with families and children. She has a passion for helping those who help others and enjoys training other professionals in sandtray therapy, play therapy, trauma and supervision.

Community Partners

Hyatt Place Rogers/Bentonville is offering a discounted rate of $119 for all training participants. Included in your rate is our hot breakfast buffet each day, Wi-Fi, and a courtesy shuttle that travels within a 5-mile radius of the hotel (Including Waters Edge Counseling) upon availability. We offer all suite-style rooms, 24-hour food and beverage services, as well as a full coffee to cocktails bar, proudly serving Starbucks coffee. Please follow the booking link below to reserve your rooms with us before June 26, 2020.

 

 

 

 

Contact Courtney Pearson for any questions regarding hotel accommodations. 479-633-8555 ext. 5106 or Courtney.pearson@hyatt.com

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