CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

Managing School Crisis: Refresher SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL SUPPORTS

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This course is offered as a refresher to those who have previously attended the two-day training, Managing School Crisis, From Theory to Application. Participants of this course are provided a review of the Critical Incident Skills Management (CISM) framework and specific intervention techniques that can easily be applied within the school setting for the emotional support of students, families, and school staff. These intervention techniques are research-informed and widely recognized for their effectiveness. Participants will be given opportunities to explore the elements of effective crisis management through multiple group activities. This is not a disaster preparedness course. This course is for emotional first aid/crisis intervention support.

Intended Audience

Individuals that have previously completed the two required days of the Managing School Crisis: From Theory to Application training.

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 GUILLE ROBLES BURGOS PROGRAM MANAGER – (760) 955-3607 x # 02:00 Hours

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This course will focus on developing an understanding of the benefits of mindfulness as a self-care practice to reduce the body’s response to stress. As a result, staff members and students will have an enhanced ability to develop meaningful connections and acquire academic, behavioral and social-emotional skills. Together, the group will explore the secular definition and attitudes of mindfulness and its outcomes and will learn to cultivate heartfulness. Anchoring, body scanning, belly breathing and various and simple applications of mindfulness in the classroom will also be at the core of the session’s practice.

Intended Audience

General and special education teachers, site and district administrators, directors, school psychologists, counselors, paraprofessionals and support staff.

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PROGRAM SPECIALIST – (760) 646-8000 x280 # 01:30 Hours

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