Trauma Informed Conference
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 | 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Northwestern College, Orange City IA
Cost: $90 | Group rate: $75 (6 or more) | lunch included
Credit Available: 1 License Renewal credit $50 | 1 Graduate credit $150
3rd Annual Trauma Informed School Conference
The one-day conference offers training for PreK-12 school administrators, counselors, teachers, educational support staff, social workers and anyone who works with others who have experienced trauma. Gain a better understanding of the impact of traumatic events and behavior outcomes in students and learn the most current strategies and tools needed to create a trauma-informed learning environment.
Trauma impacts a student's learning, behavior and relationships at school and beyond. By developing a better understanding of trauma, its impact and signs, schools can create safe, empathetic and supportive learning environments for all students.
Breakout session topics
- ACES Awareness
- Post-traumatic Growth
- Adoption and Trauma
- Brain and Behavior
- Therapeutic Yoga
Bring your team of 6 or more for the discounted group rate of $75 for each attendee.
Angela Maiers is a world-renowned author, entrepreneur, international keynote speaker, and educator, whose transformative message of the importance of mattering has the power to unleash the genius in us all. She has been creating and leading change in education and enterprise for 31 years, teaching every level of school from grade school to graduate school and consulting with companies around the world.
Angela founded Choose2Matter to bring the world hope by helping every individual embrace their value and potential contribution. Initially launched to challenge and inspire students to work collaboratively to develop innovative solutions to social problems, Choose2Matter has evolved into a movement that supports parents, educators, and employees around the world. Learn more about Angela
This conference is offered by Northwestern College's Education and Graduate & Adult Learning departments in partnership with the Northwest AEA.