Wellness Seminar: The Hidden Trauma in School Struggles
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About the Event
The Hidden Trauma in School Struggles: providing psycho-education and support for parents and teachers of students
Many parents and educators struggle to understand trauma and its impact on social, emotional, and academic functioning of their children/students. Traumatized children are often able to mask their symptoms and present themselves as if they’re doing fine. This will unfortunately lead to children slipping through the cracks.
Having a solid foundation of trauma-based behaviors and how it can present differently in each child will allow parents and educators to accurately identify and provide support for their children/students.
This workshop will provide a solid foundation of trauma, different presentations, as well as identifying maladaptive ways that school age children attempt to cope with it. This ultimately will increase your awareness of trauma-based behaviors in school settings and provide practical solutions you can utilize to support your child/student.
About the presenter: Claude King, LCPC, AMFT has been a therapist for 6 years and private practice at Beverly Therapists for 1 year. Outside of Beverly Therapists, Claude works in a high school setting providing individual and group counseling for students and providing support for teachers and paraprofessionals. A majority of his experience is working in low SES communities of color with clients presenting with complex trauma, depression, anxiety, and anger management. He can be reached directly at 630.474.2557.
Limit 10 participants.