Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET) *FACILITATOR TRAINING

  • Event Number
    312-25
  • Dates
    09/18/2024     3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    10/02/2024     3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    10/16/2024     3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Presenters
    Jessica Donaldson, LMFT and Crystal Newcomb, MSW
  • Intended Audience
    School counselors, school social workers, outreach workers, case managers, student advocates, TAOEP staff, or anyone else who may run student groups in a 6-12th grade school setting.
  • Location
    Online
  • Fee
    None
  • PD Hours
    12 (9 hours of online coursework plus 3 hours of live, virtual meetings) PD Hours or CEU's
  • Status
    Open
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Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET) is a skill-based, group intervention that is aimed at relieving symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and general anxiety among children exposed to trauma. It is designed to be implemented by non-clinicians. Children are provided with normalizing education about common reactions to stress and trauma and learn skills such as relaxation, how to challenge and replace upsetting thoughts, and social problem solving. The program consists of ten, 1- hour group lessons (6-8 children) usually conducted once a week in a 6-12th grade school setting.

Training participants will attend 3 live, virtual Zoom calls (9/18, 10/2, and 10/16), completing a total of 9 hours of online coursework between sessions. Once requirements are completed, you will have access to the SSET manual and all materials to begin facilitating the group in your school. Recommended for all school counselors, school social workers, outreach workers, case managers, student advocates, TAOEP staff, or anyone else who may run student groups in a 6-12th grade school setting. Space is limited!