Professional development event
Trauma-informed practices in schools:
supporting stressed students and their families
Join the University of Minnesota school psychology program for a morning of professional development presentations. School psychologists, social workers, and others working with students and families struggling to overcome trauma are invited to attend.
Friday, April 14, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
CPD hours available
Promoting resilience in highly stressed families and children
Co-director, Ambit Network and Center for Resilient Families
Dr. Bray will present trauma 101 from a clinical perspective and the foundation of trauma-informed care in a service system setting.
Cognitive behavior therapy for students with emotional problems
John W. and Nancy E. Peyton Faculty Fellow in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing, associate professor, Department of Educational Psychology
Dr. Cook will present an overview on CBT and why it is the gold standard for treatment of students with emotional disabilities.
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