Trainer Certification Event
January 26 and February 2 and 9, 2023, 11 am – 2:00 pm Central
Become certified to take the insights from the Emotional Poverty 2 training back to your school or district. Train others to help students understand and process emotions more effectively.
Emotional Poverty 2 adds to the discussion by looking at:
- How the limbic system “tells” emotions and stressors.
- The development of adolescent brains.
- How to develop the prefrontal cortex and build emotional muscle (resilience) in students.
- Tools for adults who are stressed and have compassion fatigue or secondary traumatic stress.
- How to work with angry, emotional parents and adults.
This workshop is for practitioners—not for psychologists. It is for individuals who work with children and adolescents and need a vocabulary and strategies for addressing emotional issues. Practitioners, unless they work in psychology or counseling, rarely get this information. My workshops on emotional poverty translate clinical research into understandings that can be used by practitioners. It is my hope that these trainings will give educators and other care providers the basic language for naming the emotional issues and provide strategies to address the behaviors.
“Reading Emotional Poverty has been a game-changer for my staff. Ruby offers practical strategies that can be easily implemented. Emotional Poverty Volume 2 offers a deeper look into the science of why students act the way they do and how staff can support them.”
–Hilary Sloat, Principal, Hilliard Horizon Elementary School, Hilliard, Ohio
Emotional Poverty trainer certification and Emotional Poverty 2 workshop.
Trainers must recertify every two years by December 31st of the second full year following certification.
Recertification may be done online or as an on-site workshop (only with sufficient demand).
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