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Counseling Training and Techniques: Expanding our Toolbox to Work with Students

  • 11 Aug 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Southwest Family Advocacy Center; 2333 N. Pebble Creek Pkwy., Suite A-200; Goodyear, AZ
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Registration

  • Registration type for individuals who are NOT current members of AASP.

Registration is closed


In this presentation, professional counseling staff from the Southwest Family Advocacy Center will discuss strategies and techniques utilized in multiple school therapeutic situations including, but not limited to: Creating a Safe Environment for Care; Trauma Informed Care; Support & Stabilization; Immediate Crisis Counseling and Psychological First Aid; and Coping with Stress & Building Stress Management Skills. This presentation is applicable to all educators of elementary and high school aged students, particularly those providing counseling support and/or teachers/staff of self-contained or special day school services.

 

Workshop Objectives:

1) Define three components necessary to create a safe therapeutic setting. 

2) Present three Psychological First Aid techniques including grounding.  

3) Present three coping skills students can learn as they process stress/decision making.

4) Present three principles or techniques of Trauma Informed Care. 


The Morning Session is now full and has been closed to registrants.


In order to be able to register at the free member rate, you must first log in to the website as a member before attempting to register for the workshop.


If you have any questions, please email Kiersten Walker, Western Region Director at kiersten.walker@aasp-az.org.



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