|Manual - Trauma-Informed & Resilience-Focused Classrooms (14.2 MB)||107 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Theresa Fry, MA, LPC, NCC. CTP-CE, began her career in education after receiving a teaching degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1997. After teaching several years at the middle school and high school levels, she received her Master of Arts in counseling. Theresa worked with at-risk students providing guidance lessons in the classroom and counseling services both with groups and individuals. In 2006, she became a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Theresa found her true passion when pursuing her trauma practitioner certification. Soon after receiving her certification to practice trauma-informed strategies in schools, she also received her clinical certification for the same. Theresa then became a trainer licensed through the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children and has since sought out opportunities to train other educators and clinicians to use strategies that are beneficial for kids, that promote resilience and healing from the effects of childhood trauma.
With healing in mind, Theresa sought out training in Restorative Practices to be used in schools and as a lifestyle. She became passionate about this as well and became certified as a licensed trainer through the International Institute for Restorative Practices. Theresa currently works in a trauma-informed “reset” room in a high school where she utilizes mind/body skills, brain gym, and other strategies to empower students to self-regulate. She still provides individual and group counseling and acts as a Restorative Coach for her high school.
We encourage you to ask her about her vision for her “reset” room if you can’t tell how passionate she is from her presentation at the workshop.
Financial: Theresa Fry has an employment relationship with Lincoln Park Public Schools. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Theresa Fry has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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THE BRAIN SCIENCE OF TRAUMA AND RESILIENCE
BEHAVIOUR – SEPARATING THE DEED FROM THE DOER
LET’S GET TO WORK: STRATEGIES, STRATEGIES & MORE STRATEGIES
Targeting strategies to reduce your most challenging classroom misbehaviours:
Practical tools to meet students’ basic needs and promote resilience:
Classroom wide interventions to improve self-regulation, promote compassion & create a supportive classroom climate
Proven strategies to empower individual students
When to involve the student support team and next steps
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