Robert Hull Joins ATN’s Advisory Council
June 2017. The Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN), the voice for traumatized children, their families, their schools & their communities since 1995, is pleased to announce the addition of Robert Hull to their Advisory Council.
Robert Hull, MA, ED, Ed.S, MHS is an award-winning career educator, special education administrator, professor and school psychologist. His expertise is in implementing evidence-based, trauma-informed practices into easy-to-implement strategies that lead to desired outcomes. As an administrator at both the system/district and state levels, he implemented reforms in the areas of disproportionality, implementing evidence-based practices and educating traumatized children.
Co-editor of Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals, Robert trains and consults with school districts across the US. He has the rare combination of weaving educational strategies with psychological principles and a public health approach that leads to effective change that actually saves school districts money while improving outcomes.
Robert graduated cum laude from Arizona State University with a degree in Psychology and obtained graduate degrees in education and public health from Arizona State University, Memphis State University, and John Hopkins School of Public Health.
ATN’s Advisory Council is a group of experts in the areas of Child Development, Early Childhood Trauma, Attachment/Trauma Disorders, Adoption, Trauma-Sensitive Education, At-Risk Youth and other Child Welfare fields related to ATN’s mission. These advisors support ATN’s mission and lend their wisdom and insight to ATN’s Board of Directors.