A student-centered school culture provides space and processes for students to maintain
emotions within their window of tolerance and allows them to re-regulate when needed.
High-performing school leaders recognize trauma response behaviors, create safety in the
learning environment to minimize stress in students, and create an outlet for re-regulation
when outbursts occur.
Join IEE Executive Director, Sherry Schock, Ed.D. and Clinical Social Worker and Therapist
Stacy Athens, LMSW, RPT, from In Our Practice, as they explore the impact of trauma on the
brain, deepen understanding of post traumatic stress disorder responses and provide
practical examples for school leaders to implement in their schools