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Photo of book cover Emotional Poverty
Emotional Poverty

Developing a culture of caring and support isn’t expensive. Every school district has the resources to address emotional poverty. Learn this important information, presented by Ruby Payne, Ph.D. Each participant will receive a copy of Dr. Payne’s new book, which she will happily sign for you during the day.

Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Location: The Glen at St. Joseph

Relevant Audience: K-12

Price per Person: $199 (includes lunch)

Registration: www.ahaprocess.com/events; Please make a note in the registration form if you have any dietary restrictions. We cannot promise everyone will be accommodated, but we will do our best!

Our Poverty workshop:
  • Provides an understanding of the origins of anger, anxiety and avoidance;
  • Offers a common language to talk about brain regulation, integration and emotional competence;
  • Provides tools for educators to address and reduce anger, anxiety and avoidance;
  • Provides tools to motivate good behavior;
  • Helps educators manage the “classroom dance” that occurs between the educator and the students;
  • Creates safer classrooms by reducing “less than” and “separate from” experiences for students;
  • Identifies the differences in male and female emotional processing;
  • Supports those who may have experienced trauma;
  • Uses Emotional Triage to focus on the highest needs and increase school safety;
  • Helps students learn about a regulated, integrated brain and how to calm themselves;
  • Helps build strong inner selves in students through validation.
Keys learned from our Poverty workshop participants:

“Combining research into the brain and human development with the practical experiences of students and staff, Payne shares real tools and strategies that build positive, nurturing relationships. I feel hope that students will come to school and know they are safe.”-Jennifer Hedinger, Workforce 360 Senior Program Manager, OhioGuidestone

For more information, click on the event name below for event details and pricing, or to arrange a Emotional Poverty workshop for your organization, contact training@glenatstjoseph.org.

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