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September 29th 2016:Don't Think Your Kids Are Safe from the Impact of Domestic Violence, Just Because There's None in Your Home Meet a School Counselor and a Teacher Who Will Clue Us In!

Often people feel that the concept of Oneness is just an abstract theory. Well it’s not. In fact, children from troubled families significantly decrease their peers’ reading and math test scores and significantly increase misbehavior by others in the classroom. That means that you could be the perfect parent, and yet your kids are being hurt by what’s happening to their peers. And that’s a lot of kids. Researchers estimate that between 10 and 20 percent of children in the US are exposed to domestic violence annually. And that could be violence toward them or parental violence toward one anothe

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Brett Welch

Brett Welch was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She did her undergraduate work at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA, double majoring in Psychology and English; and received her Master’s in Counseling at Marymount University in Arlington, VA. She began her career as an 8th grade English and AP Psychology teacher, and then discovered her true calling and passion as a school counselor and counselor mentor, which she has been for the past 10 years. She is currently the past-president of the Virginia School Counselor Association and has presented at conferences on classroom management, play therapy and clean language in schools. She spearheaded developing a comprehensive statewide school c
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Vickie Fahed

With 20 years of educational experience in grades Kindergarten through Fourth, Victoria Leigh Fahed enjoys the rewards and challenges of teaching in a collaborative classroom setting. As a graduate from Longwood University in Farmville, VA with a B.S. in Elementary Education and a M.A. in Reading, Ms. Fahed is a leader, mentor and developer of creative learning strategies for her students, colleagues, and the educational community. She has served as a mentor coordinator, a staff development leader, a grade level team leader, and an essential member on many educational development committees, and a creator and presenter of instructional in-services for educational professionals. Ms. Fahed
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