This 90-minute webinar will focus on three different types of violence impacting youth including bullying, relationship violence in teens, and school shootings. The facilitator will offer information on trauma-informed approaches to polishing the protective shields of parents and youth in the face of danger and violence, using strategies such as identifying problematic situations, utilizing effective communication skills and emotional regulation, and engaging social support networks. Factors that increase the risk of negative consequences of stress and those that promote recovery and resilience will also be explored.
Lauren Marlotte, PsyD, is the Assistant Director of Training for the Division of Population Behavioral Health and Nathanson Family Resilience Center at the University of California Los Angeles. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology. She is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her doctorate from the University of La Verne, where she studied clinical and community psychology. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she specialized in working with adolescents and their families. Her work specializes in prevention, stress, trauma, and resilience.
We will be providing 1.5 CEUs through the University of Texas at Austin's School of Social Work. These educational hours may be submitted by professionals to meet continuing education requirements for renewal of Social Work, Professional Counselor, and Marriage and Family Therapist licenses. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work is an approved CEU provider in all but the following 11 states: Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, and Oklahoma.However, participants are encouraged to check with their states' latest licensing rules to confirm reciprocity and CEU rules.
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Michelle Brill, Jeannette Rea-Keywood
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Lizabeth Stahl, U of MN
John Thomas has been a crops Extension Educator in the Panhandle of Nebraska for the past 6 years. Prior to this work he worked as an Ag research extension technician for 19 years working in crops entomology and dry bean breeding at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center in Scottsbluff, NE. He got his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State in Forestry and Range Mgt. and his master’s degree in entomology from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. A lot of John’s focus now is on dry edible beans and harvesting systems.
Josh Coltrain, KSU
Liz Stahl has been an Extension Educator in Crops with University of Minnesota Extension since 2004. Prior to this she worked for over 10 years as a Research Agronomist in the seed industry, a Crop Production Specialist at a local farmer’s cooperative and with a non-profit in third crop efforts. She has a B.S. in Agricultural Education with a minor in Agricultural Economics and an M.S. in Agronomy/Weed Science from the University of MN.
Sara Berg, SDSU
Josh Coltrain grew up on a vegetable truck farm and purebred hog operation in rural Neodesha, KS. After graduating from Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomy, Josh received his Masters of Science in the Kansas State Wheat Breeding Program. Following a tenure as an Agronomy Instructor at Cloud County Community College, Josh began his K-State Research & Extension career in late 2012 as an Ag and Natural Resources Agent, Crops and Soils in the Wildcat Extension District in southeast Kansas.
Sara Berg has been an SDSU Extension Agronomy Field Specialist at the since August of 2016. She focuses on general agronomy, cover crops, and forages. Previously, she worked as a Soil Fertility Research Assistant at South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. In addition to her work at SDSU, she farms row crops with her sister near Baltic, SD. She has a B.S. in Agriculture Education and an M.S. in Plant Science, both from SDSU.
Sara Berg, Josh Coltrain, Lizabeth Stahl, John Thomas
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