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Introduction to Trauma: Informed Approaches for Instructors in K-12 Schools (King-White) - Paperback

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Introduction to Trauma: Informed Approaches for Instructors in K-12 Schools (King-White) - Paperback

$75.00
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Authosr: Dakota King-White and Dr. Brenden A. Hargett

About the Book:

Research has shown when children are exposed to traumatic events they can be impacted academically, socially, and emotionally. They often face various challenges. These challenges include but are not limited to anxiety, depression, and difficulty focusing. While there has been research done pertaining to the impact of trauma on school-age children, more resources and evidence-based strategies must be utilized amongst professionals to help address the mental health needs that come along with children who have been exposed to traumatic events. This textbook provides trauma-informed strategies to support youth in the K-12 setting. After reading the textbook, readers will be able to identify the impact of trauma on youth; be equipped with information on behaviors and other symptoms related to post-traumatic stress; and will have access to effective strategies to use when working with children and adolescents who have been exposed to traumatic events.

 

About the Authors:

Dr. Dakota King-White

Dr. Dakota King-White is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed School Counselor. She currently is a core faculty member and coordinator of school counseling at Cleveland State University (CSU) in the Department of Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning (CASAL). Prior to coming to CSU, she received her Ph.D. in 2012 in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Toledo. She has an extensive background in working in K-12 education where she has served as a school counselor, mental health therapist, and administrator.

 Dr. King-White research areas are strategies to developing mental health models in K-12 schools with an emphasis on trauma-informed care in schools and the psychological, emotional, and behavioral effects of parental incarceration. She has created a mental health model that is used in K-12 education to help address the mental health needs of students within the academic setting. The model is an interdisciplinary approach to addressing mental health needs within schools. Through her research she has also co-designed a group counseling curriculum for children of incarcerated parents, which has been implemented within K-12 education. Her most recent tool for children of incarcerated parents is a children’s book, Oh No! When a Parent Goes Away.  Dr. King-White is passionate about children succeeding and believes that ALL students can succeed if given the right tools and opportunities.

  

Dr. Brenden A. Hargett 

Dr. Brenden Hargett is a clinician, consultant, trainer, and teacher with clinical experience in a variety of settings. He holds a Ph.D in Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, NC.  He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, (LPC) a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS), and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) with a Master of Addictions designation. 

Dr. Hargett serves in a leadership role in a managed care organization, on a Board of Directors, and as a mentor to other professionals in counseling.  He has previously served as Adjunct Faculty at Winston Salem State University and North Carolina A&T State University.  Brenden has acquired knowledge and expertise in trauma-informed care, addictions, program development and implementation, clinical supervision and leadership development. He works tirelessly on workforce development strategies with the intent to bridge the gap between research and practice while creating a more comprehensive behavioral health service system.

 

 

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