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|OPEN FOR REGISTRATION|
|Instructor: Dr. Denise Howley|
|Participants: Teachers, Para Professionals, Assistant Teachers, Specialists,|
|Date/Times: 06/27/19, 8:30-11:30|
|Location: SMEC 27 Russells Mills Rd Dartmouth MA 02748|
|Course #: 2019-35|
|Course Info Contact: Sherri Tetrault, 508-998-5599 ex 130, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Course Description: Helping Traumatized Children Learn|
Utilizing information from the Massachusetts Advocates for Children Report and Policy Agenda, research from Bessel van der Kolk, MD and material from Gordon Hodas, MD, as well as examples from the presenter’s current practice, this workshop will present information on the impact of trauma on learning. Participants will learn how trauma impacts child development, and affects physical, mental and emotional health. Strategies for educators and counselors will be explored and practiced.
Presenter: Dr. Denise Howley, LICSW*
Contact Hours 3 PDP’s
Cost: $75 Member
Place: SMEC PD Room 27 Russells Mill Rd Dartmouth MA 02748
Method of Payment: Check , Purchase Order, Money Order or Cash
Please make check payable to SMEC. Mail payment and completed form to SMEC, 25 Russells Mills Rd Dartmouth MA 02748.
We do not accept charge cards. All payments must be mailed to SMEC.
Phone (508)998-5599ex130 FAX (508)998-5959 Email: Stetrault@smecollaborative.org
*Dr. Denise Howley is Program coordinator of the North River Collaborative Behavioral Health Initiative, coordinating the Elementary Counseling grant implementation in NRC’s eight member school districts. Dr. Howley is a licensed clinical social worker who has been a teacher and administrator with both special and regular education children and adolescents for over 25 years. She has a BA in Religion from Allegheny College, a MA in Religious Education from Fordham University, a MSW from Boston University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work from Simmons College. Dr. Howley has been adjunct professor at Northern Essex Community College, Mercyhurst University, Simmons College and Salem State University. In addition to providing direct clinical work to individuals and families, she has taught mindfulness practices to children and adults in community and educational settings, and is committed to helping children and adults recognize the full potential of their brains toward the creation of genuinely happy and successful lives.