Jen Alexander: The Role of School Counselors in Trauma Sensitive Schools

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Jen Alexander: The Role of School Counselors in Trauma Sensitive Schools

School Counselors are often the first or only counseling professional many traumatized children meet. It’s important that school counselors understand what trauma can look like in the classroom and how to recognize that trauma and attachment problems may be behind some of the behaviors they see in their schools. Jen Alexander is a nationally certified school counselor, registered play therapist and adoptive mom of a traumatized child. This combination of experience makes Ms. Alexander uniquely able to advise others on how school counselors can recognize and help traumatized children to thrive in the school environment and point families to the support they need.



The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

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