Reaching the Wounded Student
Emotional poverty has become a deterrent to academic and life success. Research shows over half the nation's children have experienced trauma, which has a profound impact on behaviors, relationships, mental health, and/or learning. Professionals are looking for resources that will help them gain a better understanding of the social-emotional needs of children in order to position them for academic success. In times of collective stress and trauma, strategies for helping wounded youth fully engage in their educational settings and communities are more important than ever. Join Dr. Joe to explore powerful, transformative information and strategies found in his books to ensure the emotional and physical safety of our youth and create connected HOPE-centered communities. This is an in-district workshop for Edgewood ISD only.
Counselors / Social Workers
*Region 7 Districts /Charters (FREE)
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