What do you say when a student discloses something to you about a traumatic experience? How do you communicate with students who are not meeting expectations? This workshop is designed to help faculty develop a trauma-informed perspective in their work with students. We will talk about what you can do when someone comes to you for help, or when you notice someone may be struggling. We’ll also talk about strategies for building a working environment that takes into consideration the diverse and varied experiences with which our students come to Dartmouth. This workshop is intended to follow training that clarifies the role of the Title IX office and various campus resources with which students can engage for support.
Part 2 of a two -part program facilitated by: Kristi Clemens, Mary Lamar Nicholas (Title IX Office), Liz Stahler (Counseling & Human Development) and Bailey Ray (WISE).
Lunch will be provided, please register here: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/5276260
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.