Aug. 25 from 2-2:45 p.m. CT 

  • Free to members and nonmembers
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Webinar Description

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting safer-at-home orders have stopped the way schools, and society at large, function. This abrupt change has left students, parents, and staff to grapple with increased stress, uncertainty, and the need for skills to manage what is increasingly being understood as a collective trauma experience.

Alliance member Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services in Pasadena, California, offers a training and consultation program on the tools that will be essential to supporting the needs of all students and staff during and after the pandemic. Social-emotional learning (SEL), self-care, workplace resilience, and trauma-informed classrooms are the building blocks for helping students, caregivers, and staff develop and sustain the skills needed to ensure a healthy transition to a changed school environment.

During this webinar, team members from Hathaway-Sycamores will share an overview of this new training series. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the training and will learn how they can bring this training series to their community.


  • Identify the four target groups for participation in the program
  • Attendees will understand the primary components of the program: education on risk management, launchpad for skill refinement, and consultation and communication
  • Learn how to bring this training series to your community
  • Have the opportunity to engage in guided discussion and Q&A with the presenters

Who Should Attend

  • School district administrators – superintendents, special education teams
  • School leaders – principals, vice principals, executive directors
  • Educators – teachers, paraprofessionals
  • Clinical staff – mental health providers


Cameo Stanick
Vice President of Clinical Practice, Training, and Research and Evaluation
Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services

Cameo Stanick is a licensed clinical psychologist and vice president of clinical practice, training, and research and evaluation at Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services. She received her doctorate from the University of Tulsa, where she focused her research and clinical work on childhood trauma including completing her predoctoral internship at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center at the Medical University of South Carolina. Stanick completed her postdoctoral residency at the University of Hawaii, where she was co-director on a large, multi-site clinical effectiveness trial.

From 2009 to 2016, Stanick worked at the University of Montana, where she was a tenured associate professor focusing her work on implementation science, with an emphasis on school-based mental health and trauma in youth. In 2016, Stanick joined Hathaway-Sycamores, and she and her team are committed to advancing the field of evidence-based practices for youth via innovative training methods and implementation science-informed, data-based decision making.

Ceth Ashen
C. Ashen Consulting

Ceth Ashen is a licensed clinical psychologist and consultant with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. In 1997, she received her Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology and completed her final year of clinical internship at the University of California in Los Angeles.

Dr. Ashen specializes in the impact of trauma on youth and the evidence-based strategies for healing. Her dissertation focused on violent behavior related to the experience of trauma among female, adolescent high school students. She is a nationally certified trainer in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression, Incredible Years, Managing and Adapting Practices, and Wraparound. She also is a supervisor, adherence rater for Seeking Safety.

In 2017 Dr. Ashen joined the Hathaway-Sycamores research and training institute to provide TF-CBT training and to support advancing the field of evidence-based practices for agencies in California who serve the most vulnerable youth and their families.

 Direct questions to Kelly Martin, director of impact, educational success at the Alliance.