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Trauma-informed and restorative practice

How can we best support students affected by trauma?

This one-day session, presented by members of the Trauma-Informed and Restorative Schools Collaboration, will develop your understanding of trauma-informed and restorative practices and introduce you to strategies which can be used in your classroom.

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What will you learn through this workshop?

The session will address ideas such as:

  • What is a trauma-sensitive school?
  • How does trauma-informed practice impact student behaviour?
  • How can teachers implement trauma-informed and restorative practices?
  • How do you create a positive learning environment for all students?

Register for this session

Trauma-informed and restorative practice
Presented by Helen Egeberg, Dr Karen Martin and Dr Rebecca Walker

Date: Friday 21 April 2017

Time: 9am – 3pm

Venue: Building 501, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley

Cost: $160. Lunch will be provided.


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Dr Rebecca Walker

About your presenters

Helen Egeberg, Dr Karen Martin and Dr Rebecca Walker are members of the Trauma-Informed and Restorative Schools Collaboration.

Helen Egeberg is a lecturer in the School of Education at Edith Cowan University. Helen has extensive experience teaching in schools and lecturing in classroom management. She is currently undertaking a PhD focused in classroom management and creating positive learning environments.

Dr Rebecca Walker is a lecturer in the School of Education at Curtin University. Rebecca has substantive experience in teaching in secondary schools and lecturing in classroom management.

Karen Martin
Karen Martin

Dr Karen Martin is a research fellow in the School of Population Health at the University of Western Australia. Karen is dedicated to improving the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable and marginalised populations, with a focus on youth. She has a particular interest in restorative practice and compassionate school culture in schools.