MaryAnn Raybuck is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 20 years of counseling experience specializing in trauma, grief, and loss. She is a certified trauma therapist and EMDR practitioner (a treatment modality for processing trauma.) In addition to her private practice, she has worked for the past seven years at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) where she was instrumental in creating a centralized reporting system to address both risk assessment and student wellness at the colleges seven campuses. She is currently senior case manager and mental health consultant to NOVAs Threat Assessment Team.
Last Updated: 01-01-2020.
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- Facilitating Success: A Guide to Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom
- $297.00 – $497.00
- Understand the prevalence of unrecognized trauma in the general population and in the educational setting, learn to identify common characteristics of trauma, be able to recognize how maladaptive behaviors serve as coping skills in trauma survivors, learn the six principles for creating a trauma-informed classroom, and strategies to evolve the learning environment and avoid re-traumatization.
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