Jen Alexander: Why Trauma Sensitive Schools?

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Jen Alexander: Why Trauma Sensitive Schools?

Trauma-Sensitive Schools are about cultivating hope. Jen Alexander is an experienced  elementary school counselor who leads the charge in her own school to create a place  where this hope can flourish. She also trains educators across the nation in trauma informed practices so that all students can feel safe, be connected, get regulated and  learn. In this interview, Jen lays out the framework for how we, as educators, can move  toward creating a school-wide trauma-sensitive climate. Listen to learn the specific steps  a school or district can take to be on the path to becoming a trauma-informed school.



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

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