Resilience and Healing in Our Schools

Trauma Informed Social Emotional Learning

Presented by Sunita Smith, M.A. & Rene Rohrer, M.A.


In this virtual webinar, participants will learn new strategies to teach their student's about the brain's connection to thinking, emotions, and stress.  The Core Model of Social-emotional learning will also be introduced, this model will briefly touch on the importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Self-Regulation and will focus on Social-emotional learning competencies: self-awareness and self-management. 

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A.

Duration: 70 minutes

This recording will discuss cognitive approaches to teaching skills to enhance social emotional learning. Specific techniques will be presented that impact a student’s maladaptive emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

Presenter: David D'Antonio (dd'antonio@ces.org)

Duration: 65 minutes

Title:

Amid the pandemic, many students may experience loss of loved ones, loss of freedom, and access to friends. Learn strategies to teach children about the grieving process.

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A. (lsandoval@ces.org)

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

The ABC's of Social Emotional Learning, Preschool-Kindergarten 

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A., TAP Consultant (lsandoval@ces.org )

This webinar is an introduction to Social Emotional Learning. What it is and why it is important? Participants will learn about the harmful effects of early childhood trauma and toxic stress.  

Duration: 1 hour