PEP Assist Training Institute Returns Feb. 13 – 14
After a several year hiatus resulting from the pandemic, the in-person PEP Assist Training Institute returns this Feb. 13 – 14. The topic is “Trauma-Informed Care and Crisis Interventions Made Simple.”
This two-day training will provide participants with strategies and resources to implement in their classrooms as soon as they return. The topics for each day are highlighted below.
Trauma Informed Care. Don’t Know What to Do Next?
Day one focuses on reviewing the brain, how trauma impacts its development and how to understand student behavior within that context. Content will include how to engage with young people in an appropriate sequence to promote regulation and help students reflect, learn, remember and become more self-assured. In this session, participants will develop specific strategies for their classrooms in coordination with the PEP Assist team.
Life Space Crisis Intervention: A Roadmap for Prevention and Intervention
Day two will focus on Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI), an advanced, therapeutic strategy for anyone who works with young people who have mental health challenges. LSCI is a reality-based, clinically powerful approach that integrates research-validated, psycho-educational management techniques. Participants will gain take-away skills that enable them to be more active and professional as contributors to the crisis prevention and crisis intervention process.
Feb .13 – 14
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Positive Education Program
3100 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland Ohio, 44115
Cost includes instructional fee, materials and snacks for each day.
Lunch is on your own.
12.5 contact hours will be available.
Space is limited and registration is due by Feb. 8. Find the registration form here.
For more information on PEP Assist and to see what virtual trainings are available this school year, please visit our website. To learn more about partnering with PEP Assist in your district, contact Sandra Alheit via email or at 216-361-7760 ext. 120.