It’s the Love that Heals
60 Minute Virtual Session
Learning Pathway: Mental Health
Current research indicates that daily environmental-relational circumstances and interactions have a profound influence on childhood development. This session will discuss how stress and anxiety impact learning and how to help create emotional stability and wellness in students.
Learning Objective 1: Participants will develop a deeper understanding of children, families, and cultures dealing with chronic stress and trauma.
Learning Objective 2: Participants will understand top down versus bottom up child behaviors.
Learning Objective 3: Participants will gain insights and strategies to make their classroom and school “Trauma Informed or Sensitive” and how to start making those changes.
Jerry Sparby, Executive Director/Therapist, Yes Network/Building a World of Love
About GTS Educational Events
If you are a nonprofit or public sector group looking to create a conference, workshop or educational event with impact, look to GTS. We believe educational events are successful when participants learn and grow and then return to their organizations and communities to make them stronger. We look forward to continuing our work with the broad spectrum of organizations striving to make a difference for the people and communities they serve.
GTS Educational Events is a nonpartisan organization, and does not take positions on any legislation or ballot measures, nor does it endorse or oppose any candidates in elections to public office.
Angie Freese, Consultant Playmakers, LLC Consultant Playmakers, LLC
Brian Cashman, Coordinator, Alternative Programs Goodhue County Education District
Dave Blanchard, Adjunct Faculty, School of Education, Teacher Development St. Cloud State University
Jennifer Dugan, Director, Statewide Testing Minnesota Department of Ed
Jim Smith, K-12 Consulting No Limits Learning
Will Remmert, Elementary Principal New Prague Area Schools
Danijella Duvnjak, Director of Teaching and Learning – HCPA Hmong College Prepartory Academy
Jessica Moore, Secondary Coordinator of Curriculum ISD #742