Learn How To Improve Educational & Behavioral Outcomes Using Evidence Based Practices

AUG 22 & 23 (8:30-3:30) – ATTENTION!! All Teachers, Guidance Counselors, Therapists, Clinicians & Behavioral Specialists. Don’t miss this training opportunity!

Learn How To Improve Educational & Behavioral Outcomes Using Evidence Based Practices

August 22 & 23
8:30am – 3:30pm
Bayfront Convention Center

  • Aggression Replacement Training® led by Robert Oliver, Ed. D & Mark Amendola, LCSW.
  • Life Space Crisis Intervention Training led by Chris Primavere, M. Ed. & Nick Viglione, Ed. D.
  • Trauma Informed Care Training led by Paula Laughlin, CSW
  • Move to Learn led by Sarah Oliver, M. Ed.

Training Cost is $350 per person + $75 book cost for Aggression Replacement Training

Training Details
Aggression Replacement Training® is an evidence-based practice that teaches pro-social skills to youth. The training will focus on Skillstreaming & Anger Control. It takes a cognitive behavioral approach to replace aggressive behavior with the skills youth need to succeed.

Trauma Informed Care is an organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. It also emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety for both consumers and providers, and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

Life Space Crisis Intervention teaches professionals the therapeutic talking strategies they will need to help children during stressful moments, as well as the awareness and skills to understand and manage their own feelings and counter-aggressive tendencies when intervening with aggressive or out-of-control behaviors.

Move 2 Learn, Learn 2 Move
The average student needs to physically move about every 17 minutes in order for information to be better retained. Participants will learn simple, fun activities that allow for brain breaks that can be incorporated into any treatment modality. The activities offer purposeful movement experiences: specifically, skills that cross the midline of the body, skills that use the dominant and non-dominant sides of the body, skills that require repetitive gross motor movements, skills that allow for rhythmic competency, and skills that stimulate the vestibular system. The activities are divided into various sections depending on the needs of the clients: individual, partner, small group and large group activities are all included.

For More Details Contact:

Jacob Wisniewski
814 449-2070

February 8, 2019

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