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Trauma Exposure-Brain States, Learning, & Application

  • 19 Nov 2020
  • 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom


  • Includes CPDs
  • Does not include CPDs

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Participants will review the impact trauma exposure has on a developing brain, how trauma impacts a student’s learning, and how to apply a Trauma Informed approach into our daily practice as educators (i.e. behavior plans, teaching strategies, facilitating meetings, self-care).

Kim Hively is currently a School Psychologist for North Thurston School District and the owner of Elevate Training & Consulting LLC, an organization committed to bringing trauma-informed practices to the marketplace.  She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Washington University and is highly experienced with translating mental health principles into engaging professional development presentations for educators. Among Kim’s many accomplishments is membership into the  esteemed Community Resilience Initiative (CRI) national training cadre as an Associate Trainer.  Through her work with CRI, her school district, and her other private clients, Kim provides the inspiration that activates compassion and accelerates greatness.

*Note: Each participant is required to register on their own. For CPD participants, in order to receive CPDs you must have your video on and be present during the presentation. Please make sure your internet options will allow for this. Members earn free CPDs for all events. CPDs are not available to non members. Registration will occur 8:30-9 with the session starting promptly at 9am. There is a $10 processing fee per purchase order and $10 cancellation fee for all of our online events. 

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