TIERED SUPPORTS WORKSHOP
Creating layers of care for students impacted by trauma
August 15, 2022:
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM CST
About the event
As schools gain awareness of the impacts of historical trauma, systemic racism, food and housing insecurity as well as individual trauma, more educators are looking for answers to the question of how schools can better support students.
This training will focus on creating systems that develop the capacity of staff to approach student needs in a way that is child-centered, affirming and culturally respectful using trauma as a lens.
Designed for teams to rethink how they support students to give students what they need to be successful at school, while simultaneously reducing discipline actions, encouraging positive school culture and increasing a sense of efficacy for both staff and students.
This full day workshop will walk you through a step-by-step process for implementation of a tiered supports system at your site.
The Tiered Supports Workshop will review concepts and demonstrate processes needed to develop a system of supports that meets the needs of all students. You'll walk away feeling empowered, with a menu of intervention strategies and an understanding of how to match interventions with student behaviors.
This workshop will walk you through a step by step process of creating a layered system of supports in your building to support the needs of ALL students.
Through this full day workshop, participants will:
Develop a system of supports to meet the needs of students impacted by trauma.
Understand the purpose & composition of a care team.
Meet the universal needs of all students to build relationships and regulate their physiological state.
Develop a menu of supports that are matched to student's needs.
Understand how to match the purpose of the behavior with the intervention and collaborate with the student and family to develop next steps.
Meet The Presenter
Denise Moody, MSW, LICSW
Hi, I'm Denise Moody and I'm here to give you the tools and resources you need to prioritize staff wellbeing and supportive school cultures in your building. As an educator, therapist and administrator, I’ve discovered that the work that gives me purpose is to support passionate educators and administrators in transforming schools to support the needs of all students and families, without burning themselves out in the process. I have spent sixteen years working in educational settings with early childhood through high school age students primarily at the district level and currently serve as a central office administrator with a mid-size school district in Minnesota. I have a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Winona State University and Masters of Social Work from the University of St. Thomas/College of St. Catherine’s. I also attended the University of Minnesota with a focus area of educational leadership and am licensed as a Director of Special Education. I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and have provided psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. I am also the Founder and Director of an educational consulting and events firm, Resilience Impact, LLC.
Virtual: This is a virtual workshop that will be hosted over zoom.
Recordings: Recordings of the sessions will be available to all registrants for 90 days.
Continuing Education Credits: A detailed Certificate of Completion will be provided that can be submitted to your licensing board or school district. Since we have attendees from across the country we are not able to pre-certify with any licensing board.
Monday, August 15, 2022
Space is limited! Save your spot today!
Don't miss the opportunity to join with educators and administrators like you in defining and establishing a process of identifying student needs and implementing supports for your building!
We prefer that registration fees be paid by credit card, but realize that some districts require payment to be made by check or purchase order. If you need an invoice sent to you, please fill out the linked form below and an invoice will be sent to you within 48 hours.