407 – Trauma-Informed Social and Emotional Learning for Academic Resilience: The Role of Human Connection and Community

    Presenter: Deborah Norris (Psychology)

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    Time: 3:30 PM – 4:20 PM

    Session Description

    Trauma-Informed Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for Academic Resilience is essential to meet the needs of students and faculty who are dealing with stress and trauma. In this session, we will explore the scientific-basis for the need for human connection, and we will learn the role of community building in cultivating mindfulness-based social and emotional skills, relieving trauma, and building resiliency. 

    Learning Outcomes

    • Explain how to cultivate mindfulness-based practices that create emotional and physical safety and build resilience. 
    • Explore the evidence-basis for trauma relief and resiliency, and the role of human connection. 
    • Describe the essential role of community building in creating a culture of trauma-informed social and emotional learning.

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