CED Partners With Rockingham County Schools to Enhance Trauma-Informed Approach
With mental health issues on the rise, it is important for counselors and teachers to enter the school with a trauma-informed lens. Trauma impacts so many individuals, including students, teachers, parents and legal guardians, and other school personnel. A trauma-informed approach helps teachers and school personnel consider how trauma impacts learning and behaviors of the children and adolescents in their classroom.
Dr. DiAnne Borders (CED) Speaks about the Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative on ITI Podcast
Dr. DiAnne Borders, a faculty member in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, has worked on an innovation project called the Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC) for the last two years. Her goal was to enhance the quality and quantity of research being produced about clinical supervision as a method of training helping professionals. […]
Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC): A Productive Beginning for Dr. L. DiAnne Borders (CED)
As Dr. L. DiAnne Borders (CED) noted in her recent Impact Through Innovation (ITI) blog, there is an ongoing need for clinical supervision researchers – worldwide and across disparate fields – to collaborate on emerging issues. The Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC), co-founded by Dr. L. DiAnne Borders and her colleague Dr. Michael V. Ellis […]