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Patrick Wolf

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Patrick Wolf is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been in practice for 25 years and has spent the last 16 years working in a fast-paced high-school environment. He has experience implementing various programs and curriculum for all regular and special education students. As a clinician and consultant, some of his primary responsibilities entail direct work with students and assisting educators as they strive to address vital areas of learning. He has vast experience in Mindfulness training and Social and Emotional Learning. In addition, he is very skilled at helping individuals, families and groups ameliorate the effects of trauma (including ACEs), poverty, difficult living conditions, and mental health issues which include students with significant trauma and PTSD. He works well with individuals in crisis, stabilizing the situation and mobilizing invested parties to address the underlying needs/issues. He is an effective facilitator of IEP goals, evaluations and needs within the school environment.

Participants in this course will learn the history of the LGBTQ movement, key terminology, how preconception and discrimination impact the LGBTQ community and review strategies for fostering LGBTQ-inclusivity in schools. Participants will examine myths and perceptions, as well as curriculum and best practices associated with LGBTQ students. Participants will be provided multiple opportunities to engage in discussions and activities that refine and define strategies and practices focusing on meeting the comprehensive needs of LGBTQ students. 
Course #: IMW22512
Dates: 02/07/22 - 03/06/22
Categories:

Equity & Diversity 21st-Century Teaching

Format:

Interactive

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