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Dr. Glenn Lipson, a diplomate in forensic psychology, has spent three decades preventing different forms of violence. He works with the district attorneys, schools, and civil cases where there were claims of abuse by such individuals as the clergy and teachers. As an expert witness, speaker, and advisor, he has testified in court martials, regulatory hearings and submitted briefs through counsel to the United States Supreme Court.
Dr. Lipson founded MRC (Making Right Choices) and the NASDTEC Academy, offering online courses that address interpersonal violence and prevention. As a public speaker, he has presented for the US State Department and US Army. He has received the Doug Bates Award from NASDTEC for his international contribution to making schools safer.
Leading psychological issues we are seeing in educational environment right now?
Enlist the disposition of caring by giving them information about the issues.
Creating upstanders instead of bystanders.
Credibility in education is based on being in education.
Godwin Higa - trauma-informed schools
Z Generation - Compared to elders, Z generation is 78% of Z generation don’t have a friend to talk to.
Loneliness is a faster killer than many other ailments.
Making sure youth stay connected.
Connection, early intervention, social emotional learning