Date(s) - Thursday, January 20th, 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
This session will introduce strategies from Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an attachment-based, evidenced-based, trauma-informed, neuroscience researched therapy model for at risk children which focuses on building connections. Would you like to see sustainable, lasting change in your studio? How do you distinguish misbehavior from a fear-based response? How can you regulate the brain, and empower you and your students? Come and discover practical strategies trauma-informed pedagogy has to offer.
Dr. Gloria Tham-Haines, DMA (NCTM), has taught privately for 20 years and loves working with students of all ages and abilities. She is an alumna of Southwestern College, KS; Wichita State University, and the University of Alabama. She is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention® Practitioner and has presented at MTNA and NCKP on trauma-informed strategies for the piano studio. She is also a part of the ergonomically-sized smaller piano keyboard international initiative and owns a DS 5.5 keyboard. She was selected as a Teacher of Distinction 2019, by the Royal Conservatory of Music.
The Zoom invite will be emailed to AAAPTG members. For more information or an invite, please email Elena Tsai.