Dr. Lohmiller will speak to the implementation framework used by Educational Access Group as a mechanism for supporting programming in schools and garnering educator buy-in. She will also briefly discuss the foundational nature of brain-based, trauma-informed approaches targeting violence, social-emotional learning, restorative justice and other initiatives addressing the causes and manifestations of toxic stress in the educational setting.
Deputy Director, UNM Prevention Research Center
Katie Lohmiller, DrPH
Director of Programming & Evaluation, Educational Access Group
Dr. Lohmiller is the co-founder and Director of Programming and Evaluation at Educational Access Group. She supports educators, schools and districts in sustainably integrating trauma-informed approaches into their practices and systems. She completed her MPH and DrPH at the Colorado School of Public Health and is a trainer in both the Neurosequential Model of Education and Neurosequential Model of Sport. Her areas of interest are community and behavioral health and evaluation with a focus on adverse childhood experiences, trauma-informed approaches, youth development and training and professional development for educators.
This webinar is cosponsored by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado Boulder.