Supporting Students Through Trauma

Upcoming Event

This introductory workshop will assist faculty members in effectively responding to students who disclose a history of psychological trauma.  After attending this workshop faculty members will be able to:  identify the definition and types of trauma that students commonly experience, discuss how trauma impacts the brain/body, identify common responses to trauma, discuss ways to support students who have experienced trauma, and explore ways to manage boundaries and engage in self-care.  Faculty members will have a chance to ask questions and discuss appropriate resources.

Date: Thursday, March 4 11:10am-12:00pm


Courtney de Blieck, Psy.D., Trauma Treatment Coordinator

Gillian Cutshaw, Safer Advocate

This session is not mandatory but will be recorded for those who cannot attend the live session.

Zoom details below:

Topic: Supporting Students Through Trauma

Time: Mar 4, 2021 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 829 6882 6594

Passcode: CENG

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