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Promoting Traumatic Stress Growth in the School Environment
This webinar will focus on the emotional wellness of students during/after the COVID-19 pandemic (as well as other trauma experiences). Analogies will be presented for helping students learn to cope with issues of loss and grief, as well as school-wide activities that promote traumatic growth and resiliency.
School and clinical social workers will learn a “going for a walk” analogy to use with individuals as well as entire classes of students to help them understand the emotional impact of traumatic events and how the recovery process unfolds.
School and clinical social workers will learn a stained-glass window analogy to use with individuals as well as entire classes of students to help them manage the grief and loss process following traumatic events.
School social workers will learn how to implement a classroom or school-wide program (Growing Together), which promotes awareness of student growth and provides mutual support throughout the pandemic.
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Specialty Practice Sections
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