Title

Therapeutic Behavior Management

First Presenter's Institution

SBP Consulting, Inc.

Second Presenter's Institution

N/A

Third Presenter's Institution

N/A

Fourth Presenter's Institution

N/A

Fifth Presenter's Institution

N/A

Location

Session 4 (Ballroom A)

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Strand #2

Social & Emotional Skills

Relevance

Presenter will provide.

Brief Program Description

A systematic, trauma-informed approach to managing deliberate and emotional issues in schools. In recent years, many educators and support workers have received training on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care. These concepts have sensitized us to the impact of abuse, neglect, or exposure to violence, drug abuse, or mental illness on the children in our schools. But does every single misbehavior in our classrooms or hallways call for a clinical intervention? Isn’t straightforward discipline still appropriate for at least some behaviors? Using life-like stories and vibrant examples, the presenter will integrate both perspectives, providing a highly-practical therapeutic decision-making model to guide responses in crises.

Summary

A systematic, trauma-informed approach to managing deliberate and emotional issues in schools. In recent years, many educators and support workers have received training on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care. These concepts have sensitized us to the impact of abuse, neglect, or exposure to violence, drug abuse, or mental illness on the children in our schools. But does every single misbehavior in our classrooms or hallways call for a clinical intervention? Isn’t straightforward discipline still appropriate for at least some behaviors? Using life-like stories and vibrant examples, the presenter will integrate both perspectives, providing a highly-practical therapeutic decision-making model to guide responses in crises.

Evidence

Presenter will provide.

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Steve Parese began his career as an educator and counselor, working special needs youth in a variety of therapeutic, community, and correctional settings. Since leaving his teaching position at George Washington University, Steve has become a successful author, trainer, and speaker, and has published 12 curricula related to crisis intervention with high risk youth, and job-readiness for job-seekers with challenging backgrounds. Steve grew up in Upstate New York, but now lives in a small mountain town in NC. He is active in his community and church, and spends his free time renovating his 100-year-old home.

Presentation Year

2020

Start Date

3-10-2020 8:30 AM

End Date

3-10-2020 9:45 AM

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Therapeutic Behavior Management

Session 4 (Ballroom A)

A systematic, trauma-informed approach to managing deliberate and emotional issues in schools. In recent years, many educators and support workers have received training on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care. These concepts have sensitized us to the impact of abuse, neglect, or exposure to violence, drug abuse, or mental illness on the children in our schools. But does every single misbehavior in our classrooms or hallways call for a clinical intervention? Isn’t straightforward discipline still appropriate for at least some behaviors? Using life-like stories and vibrant examples, the presenter will integrate both perspectives, providing a highly-practical therapeutic decision-making model to guide responses in crises.