Build Bridges and Create Connections
Learn How to Listen in New Ways
Tuesday, February 2, 2021 and
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Location: Virtual, using Zoom
3:30 - 5:00 p.m. EST
Presented and Facilitated by:
- Dr. Holly Hinderlie, Hinderlie and Associates
Pictured: Dr. Holly Hinderlie
About This Workshop
A Two-Day Program
During the pandemic with everything more strained, isolated and distant, the ability to listen deeply and strengthen relationships is more important than ever, and more challenged than ever by procedures and protocols required to keep community members safe and healthy.
This workshop will focus on methods for strengthening relationships with students and colleagues within your school community during these particularly challenging times.
The Stanley H. King Institute offers a model for teaching counseling and listening skills to teachers, advisors, administrators and additional school personnel. The goals of the model are to help individuals strengthen and deepen relationships. Participants learn to help students with a range of developmental circumstances, as well as to recognize serious psychological difficulties and seek out appropriate supports.
Dr. Hinderlie will share skills based on her work at the Institute. She will teach the model and how you may apply it to develop your own skills and those of your team members.
Faculty, staff and administrators are encouraged to attend this workshop. This program will be particularly relevant for advisors, dorm parents, classroom teachers, department chairs, division heads and any role with direct contact with students.
AISNE Workshops include takeaway content, tools and resources. Program recordings will also be provided to support asynchronous and follow-up participant engagement. These resources are summarized and provided on a password accessible web page.
Virtual Format Rates:
- Member Schools: $99 per person, or $89 per person for 3-4 participants and $75 per person for 5+ participants*
- Non-Member Schools: $149 per person, or $139 per person for 3-4 participants and $125 per person for 5+ participants*
*To utilize our Group Savings Rates, please designate one person from your school to register all participants at the same time. If you have a question about this, please contact Betsy O'Brien, Manager, Program & Communications, AISNE.
About Our Facilitator
Holly Hinderlie has been a licensed psychologist since 2000. She is currently the Upper School Psychologist at the Holton-Arms School. Prior to this role, Dr. Hinderlie was the Wellness Coordinator at Choate Rosemary Hall. For over a decade, Dr. Hinderlie served as Director of Counseling at Maret School in Washington, DC. where she was a founding member and co-chair of the Committee on Equity and Inclusion. Dr. Hinderlie’s passion for helping young people develop a healthy self-concept, thriving relationships, and a deeper understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion is the driving force behind her work with students and school communities.
During her twelve-year tenure at Maret School, Dr. Hinderlie spearheaded efforts to meet the mental health needs of students in grades K-12 and was instrumental in creating programs for students, parents, faculty, alumni and trustees that moved the dial in the area of equity and inclusion. Recognizing that the school’s model for professional development on the topic of equity and inclusion was not having the desired impact.
Learn more about Dr. Hinderlie, here.
Thank You to AISNE's Generous Supporters
2020-2021 Platinum and Gold Sponsors
Interested in sponsoring this workshop? Contact Kristin Bedard