Christy W. Bryce – Trauma-Informed Schools and Adverse Childhood Experiences Training
Courses Content :
- Christy W. Bryce, Professor
6 hours and 6 minutes.
Audio and video formats are available.
Description: Copyright: December 18, 2019
When you first started in teaching, you expected it to be all about lesson plans, curriculum, and seating charts.
You weren’t anticipating youngsters who, when irritated, swear, hit, kick, and scratch other pupils and smash their heads on the table. Children who are frequently “in trouble” at school and unable to absorb the subject being taught.
However, these acts are sometimes motivated by the pain of physical and sexual abuse, famine, violence, and suicide. And when you hear about your kids’ anguish, you’re taken aback, unprepared, and anxious for instruction on how you might assist.
This curriculum will offer you with the step-by-step instruction, resources, and strategies you need to deal more capably and comfortably with traumatized children, whether you’re a teacher, administrator, counselor, social worker, or anybody who interacts with pupils. The tactics and complete learning supports offered at this event will help you to enhance school environment, academic success, and safety while developing essential qualities in kids such as self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, and an openness to teamwork and cooperation.
Learn the trauma-informed skills and methods you’ll need to guarantee that every kid succeeds!
Trauma-Informed Schools and Adverse Childhood Experiences Manual (4.3 MB)
After purchase, 31 pages are available.
Self-Study Only Instructions for ASHA Credit (64.4 KB)
Outline available after purchase
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES): The Unrecognized Public Health Crisis Affecting Schools
Toxic stress’s neurological and physiological effects
The effects of trauma on children’s development and future prospects
The escalation cycle, toxic stress, and emotional dysregulation are all factors to consider.
Recognize Trauma Warning Signs in Students
How trauma affects learning and behavior
In the classroom, how does fight, flight, or freeze look?
Physical signs to look out for Identify the “silent sufferer”
Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools and Classrooms: Creating a Culture of Safety, Trust, Choice, Collaboration, and Empowerment
5 Strategies for Creating a Psychologically Safe Classroom
Make relaxing zones in the classroom.
Create a classroom community.
Check-ins, worksheets, and activities for emotional well-being
How to provide options so that children feel in control
Routines and schedules that foster safety and normality
Better Outcomes for Overreactive, Aggressive, and Avoidant Students Using the Challenging Behaviors Intervention Toolbox
What irritates children? How to Become a Trigger Investigator
Check in and out to provide structure and responsibility.
Better break interventions for students who avoid classes
Training in executive functioning abilities for hyperactive students
When children are unable to comprehend expectations, employ social tales.
Support Sensitivity and Strengthen the School-Family Alliance with Culturally Responsive Practices and Techniques
Recognize our prejudices in order to better encourage cultural sensitivity.
Strategies for collaborating with traumatized parents
Strengthen the school-family relationship by providing help to families rather than to individuals.
Discipline and Corrective Action with a Trauma-Sensitive Approach
Building resilience – our children can triumph!
Jobs in leadership that increased competence and connectivity
Discipline is a process: preventive, supporting, and remedial measures
Alternatives to suspension include keeping children in school and learning.
Supports for Teachers and Staff Suffering from Secondary Traumatic Stress
Tap in/tap out for employee wellbeing
Educators can benefit from restorative circles.
Dr. Christy W. Bryce Seminars and items that are related: 1 Intervention Director
Christy W. Bryce, Ed.D., the Director of Intervention for Warren County Public Schools in Bowling Green, KY, has spent her career working with educators, administrators, and school employees to identify how best to intervene and support kids who exhibit problematic behaviors.
Dr. Bryce has over 20 years of experience in education as a school psychologist and special education teacher, and she is well-versed in trauma-informed approaches, differentiated instruction, and academic and behavioral interventions for at-risk and special-needs kids.
Dr. Bryce is a sought-after trainer with expertise designing, directing, and sustaining large-scale programs in a linguistically and culturally diverse public school system. Her Ed.S. in School Psychology came from Western Kentucky University, and her Ed.D. in Education, Leadership, and Policy came from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Christy Bryce has a financial relationship with Warren County Public Schools. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Christy Bryce does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.