A Trauma Lens with a Challenging Classroom
This seminar is geared towards professionals looking to better understand the impact of stress on both the children that they work with and themselves!Enroll in Course
Katie Mac Jurado, MA, LMFT, RPT, CCTP, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Play Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, currently holding degrees in Child & Family Studies, Marriage and Family Therapy and Graduate Certificate in Play Therapy. Bringing an extensive background in child development, education, & experience from multiple mental health services, ranging from individual, group, and family school based mental health services across all special education settings while responding to crisis. She has presented at the School Based Conference as well as the Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health Conference in Duluth, and trained extensively across the AnokaHennepin School District. Currently, Katie Mac is working with Carver County in their school linked IEP role.
Abbie Lane, MSW, LICSW, is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with experience providing individual, family and group therapy in outpatient, school based, in-home and day treatment settings. Abbie currently supervises a school-based team, overseeing early childhood and elementary sites. Abbie also provides clinical supervision for therapists working with Pre-K through High School sites serving children and families who have experienced trauma. She has presented numerous times to school staff in District 11 and District 191, and presents regularly around the state on trauma-informed strategies.
Katie Mattson, MA, LPCC, is a licensed professional clinical counselor working in an elementary school with a high poverty rate and a setting 3 EBD program. She provides individual and family therapy to SPED and mainstream students, while also providing support to children in crisis. She has presented numerous times to school staff in District 11 and District 191 and currently works with traumatized children in the classroom or school setting. She presents regularly around the state on this topic and also works alongside teachers in the classroom at her school to implement trauma-informed strategies.