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Upcoming Training Events
- September 24, 2014, Adams 12 Five Star Schools Conference Center, 1500 E 128th Ave, Thornton, CO 80241
- Registration is required on www.co.train.org. Search for Course ID 1051817
- Check in for registered participants 7:30AM, training 8:00AM to 3:30PM.
- WHO SHOULD ATTEND: teachers, school mental health professionals, school and district administrators, nurses, school resource officers, community mental health professionals
- AGENDA TOPICS:
- Youth and Trauma
- Creating Trauma Sensitive Classrooms
- An Evidence-Based Intervention in Schools
- Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
- Trafficking of Students
- Adult Sexual Misconduct in Schools
- Secondary Traumatic Stress and School Staff
- Teen Dating Violence
- Special Guest Speakers
- Lenya B. Robinson, Director, Trauma Informed and Integrated Care, Colorado Office of Behavioral Health
Lynn Garst, Associate Director of Community Services, Child & Family Services, Mental Health Center of Denver
October 22-23, 2014, Embassy Suites, 4705 Clydesdale Pkwy, Loveland, CO 80538
Registration is required on www.co.train.org. Search for Course ID 1052344
Check in for registered participants 7:30AM, training 8:00AM to 4:00PM each day.
In recognition of Colorado Safe Schools Month, join the CSSRC as we explore a variety of school safety topics.
- Campus Attacks: Pre-Attack Behavioral Indicators
- Communicating about School Safety with the Media
- The Heart-Mind Connection: The Secret to Engaging Students in Their Own Success
- Human Trafficking
- Life Skills
- No Place for Hate
- Starting and Supporting a Gay-Straight Alliance
- Positive Climate and Brain Information
- Preventing Youth Suicide in Colorado
- Relationship Building for School Security
- Restorative Practices
- School Behavioral Health
- School Resource Officers
- Signs of Suicide (SOS)
- Social Norming
- Special Olympics in Schools
- Trauma in Schools
- Understanding Social Media and Using it to Your Advantage for First Reponders
- Upstream Prevention: Using a Strength-Based Wellness Model in Prevention Work
- Using the Humanities to Foster Empathy and Action in Our Schools
Featuring guest speaker Kevin Hines, author of Cracked, Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt.
- KEVIN HINES IS A REMINDER THAT EVERY LIFE IS A GIFT....Kevin has reached international audiences with his story of an unlikely survival and will to live. When Kevin was 19-years old, two years after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he attempted to take his own life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. He is one of thirty-three to survive the fall and he is also the only Golden Gate Bridge jump survivor who is actively spreading the message of living mentally healthy around the country and the globe.
- Since, Kevin has become an award-winning international speaker, author, and mental health advocate.In 2012, he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding work as a suicide prevention advocate and speaker. He has also been recognized by SAMSHA as a Voice Awards Fellow and Award Winner, an Achievement Winner by Veterans Affairs, and he has received a Three Star Marine Generals Medal Award in addition to his numerous accolades.
Featuring guest speaker, Honorable Stan Garnett, District Attorney for the 20th Judicial District
- Stanley L. Garnett is a long-time Boulder resident. He graduated from Fairview High School in 1974 and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado in 1982. From 1982 to 1986, he worked as a Deputy District Attorney in the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
- He was a trial lawyer for 22 years at the firm Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber and Schreck, specializing in complex litigation at the state and federal levels. He has practiced before the United States Supreme Court, the 10th and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal, the Colorado Appellate Courts, and in state and federal trial courts across the United States, receiving a number of distinctions from the legal community. He also served two terms on the Boulder Valley School Board.
- He was elected District Attorney for the Twentieth Judicial District in November, 2008. Since being elected, he has worked to restructure the District Attorney’s Office while also significantly increasing the number of jury trials prosecuted by the office, expanding the DA Investigative Unit, and strengthening the District Attorney’s relationships with local and state law enforcement.
Featuring guest speaker Lynn Riemer, ACT on Drugs
- Lynn Riemer, affectionately known as the “Martha Stewart of Meth Labs”, has over 10 years of experience working in Narcotics. Lynn was a Forensic Chemist with the DEA and spent seven years as the Chemist /Criminalist with the North Metro Drug Task Force in Denver. She started a nonprofit four years ago, and currently does nationwide training. Lynn has trained over 100,000 professionals and Junior & Senior High School students in the areas of Drug Awareness, Drug Endangered Children, and Meth Lab Hazards, Recognition & Personal Safety.
- The majority of children, teens, and college students using drugs are not drug addicts, they are simply experimenting. Due to changes in technology, the internet is a place “glamorizing” and promoting drug use. The types of drugs out on the street continue to change; many are sold online, in gas stations and in smoke shops. Many are legal and have devastating consequences. Drugs are being colored and flavored to make them more appealing to our youth as well. By educating parents and school officials, they can become the first line in defense to combating drug use. Knowing how to recognize what the drugs look like, the indicators of someone under the influence and what to do if someone has a substance abuse problem is only the first part of the battle.
Options for Training on Request
Adult Sexual Misconduct in Schools: Prevention & Management
Sponsored by The Colorado School Safety Resource Center and the Colorado Association of School Boards
Designed for: administrators, human resources professionals, school board members and any other interested parties
Arrange a two-hour video-based workshop at your site
No charge for Colorado participants
Threat Assessment in Schools: Best Practices and/or Suicide Intervention Overview
Sponsored by The Colorado School Safety Resource Center
Designed for the entire threat assessment team: administrators, mental health professionals and law enforcement professionsals
Threat Assessment in Schools: Best Practices--A well-trained threat assessment team is a vital part of a comprehensive safe schools' effort. This workshop reviews the lessons learned from research, the Colorado School Safety Resource Center's "Essentials of Threat Assessment" guide and sample tools from schools in Colorado. Discussions of actual scenarios will be included.
Overview of School Suicide Prevention & Intervention--In the Healthy Kids Colorado 2011 Survey, over one-fifth of Colorado high school students reported that they felt sad or hopeless every day for at least two weeks within the past 12 months, with 6% reporting having ever attempted suicide with a higher percentage of Hispanic/Latino students (11%) reporting vs. non-Hispanic White students (4%). This workshop will present an overview of the essential elementas for conducting risk assessments, interventions after a suicide and prevention strategies for schools. Sample tools will be shared.
Other CSSRC Training Options Available Upon Request