Schedule

Thursday, October 24, 2019

    • Complex Trauma: A restorative group
    • EASE - Everyday Anxiety Strategies for Educators
    • We Need Trauma Sensitive Educators and Institutions: Strategies for Success

    • ACE's: Why They Matter
    • BounceBack® Youth: New Referral Process for BC Secondary School Counsellors
    • Preparing Students for Success in an Age of Disruption
    • selfless - Loneliness in the Social Media Age
    • Teaching is a Work of Heart - Supporting the Teachers of Traumatized Learners
    • The Brain Barometer: A communication tool for understanding how trauma can influence our brains and behaviors

    • (AWE) Awaken the Wellbeing of Educators: Using self-compassion as a means to grow resiliency.
    • Bullying - Stop the Hurt
    • Insight, Mutuality and Emotion Regulation: How Teens Can Choose Right Partner
    • Listening, Laughing and Leading
    • MPowerED Mindfulness & Play
    • Transformation: An Elementary Counsellor’s Experience of Creating a Trauma-Sensitive, Culrutally-Safe School
    • We Were Children: A film screening and workshop about the intergenerational traumas of the Indian Residential School System

Friday, October 25, 2019

    • An Experiential Session on Trauma Informed Practice in Schools.
    • Understanding Post Trauma Moral Injury + the use of Sensory Dialogue + Symbolics in a trauma-informed school.

    • 21st Century post-secondary planning with EducationPlannerBC
    • Educational Games to enhance emotional resiliency & increase communication skills.
    • Legal Issues for School Counsellors
    • Moving Trauma Informed Practices from the Counselling Office to the rest of the School
    • Promoting Healthy Social Inclusion - Respectful Futures

    • ANTS in your PANTS: A Guide to Trauma Informed Teaching
    • Effective Strategies and Resources for Helping Children and Youth Manage Anxiety
    • Juggling Complex Needs: Applying circus skills to address mental, physical and psychological barriers.
    • Resilience Can Be Taught: 4 Keys to Unleashing Resilience
    • Secondary Trauma: Heartbreak and Healing
    • Trauma-Informed Practice and Self-Care: The Red Cross Response to Social Emergencies
    • Understanding Complex Trauma
    • You're a counsellor-- not an emerg doc: why ACEs and trauma DOES matter to you (and your students).