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The word “trauma” used to apply to a relatively small sector of students. Not so anymore. All students faced multiple traumas in 2020 and will continue to face them in 2021. In this edWebinar, school counselor Stephanie Filio, M.Ed. gives an overview of how students experience trauma at four levels: self/home, school, community, and country/world.
Educators can play a powerful role in providing coping mechanisms for students to help them process and endure our often-chaotic world. Viewers will learn about activities and resources that can assist them in responding to today’s traumas and help them to prepare for the next crisis.
This recorded edWebinar will benefit teachers, school or district leaders, and school counselors.
About the Presenter
Stephanie Filio, M.Ed. is a middle school counselor in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies from the University of Virginia and her M.Ed. in counseling from Old Dominion University. In a discussion with one of her UVA professors about her desire to stay in school forever, her mentor wisely responded, “If you want to be a lifelong learner, go into education,” and so she found her place. Prior to school counseling, Stephanie worked in private education, specializing in standardized tests, test preparation, and future planning. She writes about her career and hobbies at her blog, Weekend Therapy, and can be found on Twitter @steffschoolcoun. Stephanie also enjoys spending time with her books, crafts, and family.
Closed captioning will be added to the recording within 2 weeks of the live presentation.
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