Title

Safety to Struggle, Safety to Succeed

First Presenter's Institution

Family Recovery of Southwest Georgia

Second Presenter's Institution

Family Recovery of Southwest Georgia

Third Presenter's Institution

N/A

Fourth Presenter's Institution

N/A

Fifth Presenter's Institution

N/A

Location

Session 9 (Verelst)

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

Safety is a core element of success in any arena. A child’s perception of safety impacts how they interact in the world. An empathic understanding of safety allows for an exploration of vulnerabilities and their impact in various settings. Drawing from experience and literature from varying disciplines, from trauma treatment and education to parenting and theater, we will delineate types of safety. Language from these fields will be shown to be a proxy for safety. This workshop allows attendees to gain both a cognitive and visceral awareness of one’s perceptions of safety and implement interventions that foster safety for self and others.

Brief Program Description

Safety is a core element of success in any arena. A child’s perception of safety impacts how they interact in the world. An empathic understanding of safety allows for an exploration of vulnerabilities and their impact in various settings. Drawing from experience and literature from varying disciplines, from trauma treatment and education to parenting and theater, we will delineate types of safety. Language from these fields will be shown to be a proxy for safety. This workshop allows attendees to gain both a cognitive and visceral awareness of one’s perceptions of safety and implement interventions that foster safety for self and others.

Summary

Safety is a core element of success in any arena. A child’s perception of safety impacts how they interact in the world. An empathic understanding of safety allows for an exploration of vulnerabilities and their impact in various settings. Drawing from experience and literature from varying disciplines, from trauma treatment and education to parenting and theater, we will delineate types of safety. Language from these fields will be shown to be a proxy for safety. This workshop allows attendees to gain both a cognitive and visceral awareness of one’s perceptions of safety and implement interventions that foster safety for self and others.

Evidence

Presenter will provide

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Presenter will provide

Presentation Year

2019

Start Date

3-6-2019 11:15 AM

End Date

3-6-2019 12:30 PM

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Mar 6th, 11:15 AM Mar 6th, 12:30 PM

Safety to Struggle, Safety to Succeed

Session 9 (Verelst)

Safety is a core element of success in any arena. A child’s perception of safety impacts how they interact in the world. An empathic understanding of safety allows for an exploration of vulnerabilities and their impact in various settings. Drawing from experience and literature from varying disciplines, from trauma treatment and education to parenting and theater, we will delineate types of safety. Language from these fields will be shown to be a proxy for safety. This workshop allows attendees to gain both a cognitive and visceral awareness of one’s perceptions of safety and implement interventions that foster safety for self and others.