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How Do I Support Students in a Socially Distanced and Remote Context?
Thursday, January 07, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CST
Category: Events

How Do I Support Students in a Socially Distanced and Remote Context?

Outline of talk:

  • Review of current research

  • Stress Management

  • Maintaining Rules and Rituals

  • Tolerating the Unknown

  • Grief and Loss

  • Special Issues

  • Q &A

Audience: Heads of School, Assistant Heads, Division Heads, Counselors, Deans of Students, Technology Directors, and others who support Advisory or Student Life

Presenters: Dr. Danielle Mizell, PsyD and Dr. Lauren King, PsyD of Southeast Psych

Pricing:
This event is part of a three-event SEL and Wellness series. Pricing is for the package of all three sessions in the series. 
TAIS Member Schools: $75 for an individual sign-up / $60 per person for three or more sign-ups
Guest Pricing: $120 for an individual sign-up / $95 per person for three or more sign-ups

A recording will be provided to those who register to allow for flexibility in viewing.  

REGISTER HERE!

This presentation is part of the SEL and Wellness Learning Series

Dr. Danielle Mizell, PsyD of Southeast Psych
Danielle enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults, providing therapy and assessments. Specialty treatment areas include anxiety, trauma, sleep disturbance, potty training issues, chronic illness, pain management, and medical treatment adherence. Danielle has experience working with families in children’s hospitals, addressing the stressors that coincide with medical diagnoses. She appreciates the importance of working with medical teams, families, and schools to create the most successful environment for each child. Assessment specialty areas include ADHD and learning disorders.

 

 
 

Dr. Laura King, PsyD Southeast Psych
Lauren helps girls and young women from ages 5 to 30 overcome difficulties such as eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma. She takes a positive, optimistic approach and builds on her clients’ strengths to help them feel confident and meet their goals.  She enjoys integrating faith conversations and other healthy aspects of her clients’ lives into therapy whenever appropriate.  Lauren also provides thorough, individualized psychoeducational assessments that provide a clear profile of the students’ strengths and weaknesses with strong recommendations that can lead to academic success.