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Your Questions Answered: How to Become a Trauma Sensitive School
This free webinar will address participants’ questions about developing trauma sensitive practices for their classrooms and campuses.

Trauma in children is arguably the most pressing public health crisis of our time. According to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, close to 40 percent of students in the U.S. have been exposed to some form of a traumatic stressor. These students are in your classrooms and on your campuses, and their experiences have only been exacerbated by the pandemic. Yet, many school environments are ill equipped to support the well-being and emotional safety of their students through campus wide trauma-sensitive practices.

Questions to be considered:
1. Does trauma-sensitive mean that there are no boundaries or consequences?
2. How does being trauma-sensitive apply to faculty/staff as well as students?
3. What is a good place to start in building a trauma sensitive school?


July 20 | 3 - 4 PM CST

Jul 20, 2021 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Tina Robertson, LCSW
Director of Clinical Training @Momentous Institute
Tina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and joined Momentous Institute in January 2016. Her previous experience includes 20 years of work in the mental health field through various direct practice, community outreach and organizational leadership roles. She received her bachelor’s degree in English/Political Science from Jarvis Christian College and her master’s degree in social work from University of Texas-Arlington.
Rhonda Vincent, Ph.D
Director of Educational Training @Momentous Institute
Rhonda Vincent joined Momentous Institute in December 2013. Her previous experience includes over 25 years of work in education. Along with a Bachelor of Science, Rhonda earned elementary and early childhood teaching certificates from the University of Texas Permian Basin. She received a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from New Mexico State University and a Ph.D. in Child Development from Texas Woman’s University.