The Adolescent Brain
Supporting Safety, Well-Being, and Resilience
- Christine Triano
A day-long workshop for school administrators, safety personnel, counselors, & others addressing how schools can promote resilience and help students feel safe and connected.
Topics covered will include:
- Describe the changes that occur in the emotional, social, motivational, memory, appraisal, and reward systems in adolescent development
- Utilize brain-wise strategies to help students feel safe and connected;
- Understand different types of integration that inform healthy social and emotional development;
- Be intentional about creating interactions that help how adolescent’s brains are wired and therefore function;
- Teach teens about their own brains so they can have additional tools for self-regulation and to make better decisions;
- Identify how self-reflection, presence, and making sense of our own experiences can model balance and integration for the youth in our lives;
- Provide teens tools to better manage their own struggles so they can be less reactive and more resilient.
**LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED**
For assistance with registration, please contact Anne Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clock hours available for a fee.
Tue, May 28 2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMCapital Region ESD 113
Event # 87849
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- Registration Ends
- Tuesday May 28, 2019 11:59 PM