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Survey for Biopsychosocial Approach to Trauma-Informed Schools
At its convention held in early November, CASP offered an introductory course, Biopsychosocial Approach to Trauma-Informed Schools, presented by Dr. Elaine Fletcher-Janzen. This workshop was a taste of a proposed 36-hour course CASP is considering sponsoring as a certificated program that would offer a multidisciplinary approach to building and maintaining trauma-sensitive and trauma-informed schools.

The full description of the course can be found at: https://casponline.org/temp/12-18/Proposal%20for%20Staff%20Development%20and%20Training.pdf

Dr. Fletcher-Janzen’s bio can be found at: https://casponline.org/temp/12-18/elaine%20info.docx

Before CASP offers this course, we thought it prudent to measure the number of CASP members who are interested in making a commitment to 36 hours of this instruction. It is hoped that this survey will produce results that will allow CASP to decide not only whether to sponsor the program but give us some guidance on when it should be held and potential cost.

If you are interested in this topic, please take this survey. We will report the results in the Winter issue of CASP Today, online and in an email to all CASP members. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes. Thank you.

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) conducted by The Division of Violence Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, in 1995-1997 found that almost 40% of the 17,000 respondents in the Kaiser sample reported two or more ACEs and 12.5% experienced four or more. And the numbers for children of color are much higher. How important is it that school psychologists have an understanding of the basic biology of the individual all the way up to the structure of the trauma-informed community, so that knowledge can be applied to psychological assessment and the differential diagnosis of trauma-related conditions so we can detect when they are present and how they affect cognitive and emotional functioning in the classroom.
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How important is it for school psychologists to apply this knowledge to a systems approach for designing and developing preventative, secondary and tertiary services so that our school systems can become communities of change and safety?
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As a school psychologist, how important is for you, personally, to gain this knowledge and apply it to trauma-informed schools?
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Would you be interested in attending a 36-hour program that instructs on these topics?
If you are interested, please complete the following questions. If you are not not interested, please skip the following questions and press submit.
CASP is interested in offering such a program. Which of the following would work best for you to be able to attend such a program:
In order to provide this workshop, CASP will have to charge to attend. If the 36-hour program is offered at CASP Spring Institutes and the annual convention, CASP’s costs will be lower than if this was offered as a stand-alone program. Which option will work best for you:
Please place comments about this potential program here:
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