Monday, June 14th at 3pm ET / 12pm PT

Trauma-informed SEL efforts must focus on the adults in the building, not just the students. A caring adult’s ability to model SEL skills (emotion regulation, perspective-taking, active listening) is especially important when supporting students who have experienced trauma. Similarly, approaching students with empathy and patience can help build stronger teacher-student relationships. Join this webinar to discuss how to center adult well-being and trauma-informed care as we prepare to reopen for the ‘21-’22 school year.

During the conversation, we'll cover:

  • What it means to be trauma-informed and center well-being for adults in your building
  • How to assess the overall well-being of your staff throughout the school year
  • Strategies and examples of how to care for and prioritize your staff

Expert Panelists: 

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Steven Dorsey Ed.D, Executive Leadership Coach Equity, San Diego County Office of Education (CA)



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Megan Marcus, M.Ed, Founder and Partner, FuelEd




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Yemisi Odetoyinbo, Professional Learning Manager, Panorama Education




Becky Barstein


Becky Barstein, Professional Learning Manager, Panorama Education