Angry, Adversarial & Avoidant Students: Strategies for Working Effectively

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DON’T MISS OUT…
May 5, 2015 @ 11:30 am & 2:00 pm (Eastern Time).
Register now for this timely opportunity to be trained by
Aaron Wiemeier, MS, LPC
through this 90-minute live webinar (1.5.CE hours).

Author Aaron Wiemeier, MS, LPC, will create a new foundation upon which educators can distinguish at-risk behaviors and work more effectively with the most challenging students. A specialist in brain physiology and working with youth who have experienced trauma, he will address the latest research on the primary obstacles to success and debunk myths associated with standard practices that can often hinder behavioral intervention from the start. This 90-minute live webinar will provide essential information for professionals who work with at-risk children and youth to incorporate appropriate interactions early.

Webinar highlights will include:

  • 5 key do’s and don’ts when working with angry, adversarial and avoidant students
  • 14 most important concepts when working with deep-rooted emotional and behavior issues
  • Top 5 myths about violent and adversarial children debunked
  • 20 creative interventions to break through cyclical behavior
  • Establishing healthy accountability

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Webinar attendees will:

  • Integrate school-wide and community-based interventions for at-risk youth
  • Identify best practices to establish healthy accountability for students and staff
  • Restructure inactions and overcome obstacles to effectively guide angry, adversarial and avoidant children/youth toward success in school and life
  • Transform self-defeating cognitions to build toward positive behavioral outcomes with at-risk students

TO REGISTER:

  • Click here to register for the 11:30 am Eastern Time WEBINAR.
  • Click here to register for the 11:30 am Eastern Time SITE LICENSE.
  • Click here to register for the 2:00 pm Eastern Time WEBINAR.
  • Click here to register for the 2:00 pm Eastern Time SITE LICENSE.

THIS WEBINAR IS RECOMMENDED FOR:

  • Classroom Teachers
  • School Counselors
  • Social Workers (Intermediate and Advanced)
  • Principals and Administrators
  • Special Education Personnel
  • At-Risk Coordinators
  • Behaviorists
  • Intervention Specialists
  • After-School Program Coordinators
  • School Psychologists
  • Community Youth Program Coordinators
  • Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinators
  • Law Enforcement/SROs

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
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Aaron Wiemeier, MS, LPC

Aaron Wiemeier, MS, LPC has been practicing for 16 years with at-risk children and families in the foster care and adoptive system. A specialist in the area of attachment and trauma, with a particular emphasis on the neurophysiology of trauma, he uses a practical, and often experiential, community-based approach to helping and empowering families and individuals to overcome the effects of trauma. He is an adjunct professor at a local university and a regular trainer for multiple agencies and organizations in the state of Colorado.  Aaron’s My Feelings Workbook is often used by counselors and other professionals to help traumatized children understand the emotions associated with a traumatic experience on the non-verbal body level.

Having an interest in brain physiology and a passion for working with children and families, Aaron combines the two paradigms to help children and families overcome, integrate and move beyond traumatic experiences. He combines a pragmatic forthright approach with his unique style of connecting with others to facilitate this process. Aaron specializes in working with PTSD, anxiety, anger, attachment disorder, depression and conduct/oppositional defiant disorder – especially in children and adolescents.

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