Beyond ACEs: Why Trauma-Informed Practices Are a Call to Action

Increased knowledge of the life-long effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) has brought trauma-informed practices to schools. But ACEs represent only one type of trauma that children and their families experience. Join me for an exploration into other types of trauma, such as institutional and inter-generational trauma. Learn how to answer the call to action to restore safety, agency, and power in those affected and to become a change agent to break the trauma cycle. Julie McDaniel, PhD is a Student Safety and Well-Being Consultant for Oakland Schools in Waterford, Michigan. Her areas of focus are bullying prevention, restorative practices, and trauma intervention. Julie is a certified trainer for Bully-Free Schools and an Advanced Certified Trauma Practitioner and Trainer for the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children (TLC), part of the Starr Global Learning Network.


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