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School Counselors: Serving Every Student, Every Day, in Every Way (GSCA 2021 Annual Conference)

November 3–5, 2021

The Classic Center, Athens, GA

Addressing Racial Trauma Among K-12 Students: Strategies for School Counselors

Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 1:30 PM–2:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Athena GH
Target Audience
Elementary
Middle
Secondary
Counselor Educator/Supervisor
School Administrator
Please select the interest areas (or track) your proposal covers
Academics/Academic Achievement
Issues in Counseling
Career Development
Social Emotional Learning
Mental Health Awareness
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
Abstract

Racial trauma is a negative product of racism that can impede the academic, social/emotional, and career development of students, specifically Black students. This presentation will focus on helping school counselors identify and understand symptoms of racial trauma and their impacts on students within the K-12 setting.  Strategies and interventions for addressing racial trauma from within school counseling programs will be addressed.

Submitter

Tylon Crook, Associate Professor

Presenters

Tylon , Crook, Crook
Warren , Wright , Wright
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