About this Event
What Do We Mean By Trauma-Informed Pedagogy?
In light of the prevalence of trauma that college students faced in childhood and while on campus, trauma-informed pedagogy has been an intervention that supports both faculty and students in the classroom and beyond. This presentation will give a brief overview of trauma-informed pedagogy and how to implement some of the practices to support academic achievement and personal development of students while supporting faculty to reduce their stress and burnout.
Dr. Ingram is a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry who directs the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services (RSVP) Program of USC Student Health. She chairs the trauma-informed work group of USC Student Health. She has an extensive background in gender-based violence and leading organizations in becoming trauma-informed.