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This training demonstrates how the education system can use the ACES study to acknowledge how life experiences impact the bodies’ ability to self regulate. When educators understand both ACES and toxic stress, a mindset is created allowing for a safe and secure environment to be formed in schools.   By creating an educational environment which ensures safety and nurturance for all, students will build relationships with other students and staff, promoting healing. They will in turn be better learners during the school day.  Interventions and best practices to address self-regulation for both students and educators will also be shared in this presentation.

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Registration Fees:

SWP Members
Teams of 1-4: $85/person
Teams of 5-9: $75/person
Teams of 10+: $65/person

Non Members: $95/person

Meet Cindy Blasi

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Cindy Blasi, LMSW, CCTP, began her education at Kansas State University where she earned a dual degree in Family Studies Human Services/Social Work in May 1998.  After graduation, she was accepted into the Social Work Program at Kansas University where she graduated with her Masters' in Social Work in May 2000.  She has worked at Derby Public Schools for 18 years and during this time, worked directly with students on various social and emotional needs. She currently leads building wide implementation of behavioral interventions. After receiving her Certified Clinical Trauma Professional Certification in August 2016,  she has worked toward implementing a trauma sensitive school initiative at Derby Hills Elementary by training staff on Self Regulation, Mindfulness, Safe Spot, and Mandatory Reporting.   She has presented this trauma informed approach at   national and statewide conferences.  She continues to work closely with Wichita State University as a guest speaker for social work classes.

 

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