|Manual - Trauma Informed Compassionate Classrooms (7.25 MB)||68 Pages||Available after Purchase|
is a sought-after presenter on the topics of mental health, trauma, restorative justice and mindfulness in schools. As a licensed clinical social worker with experience in a variety of clinical settings, Jennifer shares her clinical knowledge and expertise with educators in a way that is both practical and relevant.
Dr. Bashant started her own business, Building Better Futures, LLC, through which she extends her work with children exhibiting challenging behavior. She is an educational consultant in New York State, where she provides training and embedded coaching to educators regarding the most behaviorally challenging students. Her approach is trauma-sensitive and strengths-based, and she seeks to foster collaborative relationships between educators and students as they work together as partners in learning.
Jennifer has been trained in Collaborative Problem Solving, Restorative Justice and the Mindful Schools curriculum for K-12 students. As a certified DiSC Leadership and Work Style Trainer, Jennifer also trains teachers about how to communicate more effectively.
Financial: Jennifer Bashant is the owner of Building Better Futures, LLC. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jennifer Bashant has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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Trauma in Students: What to Look For
Discipline in a Trauma-Informed Classroom
Neuroplasticity: Activities to Establish & Strengthen Neural Pathways
Relationships as a Protective Factor
Mindfulness and Self-Awareness Activities To:
Social and Emotional Learning Techniques to Increase:
Mindful Communication Tools to Improve Student Engagement
Mindful Strategies to Increase Connection, Empathy & Community
Zones of Regulation to Teach Self-Awareness & Emotional Control
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