Vic Pantesco Keynotes Beginning of Keene School District’s Academic Year

Recognizing the increasing importance and risks with professional boundaries in K-12 school settings, the Keene School District (School Administrative Unit 29) invited Dr. Victor Pantesco of AUNE’s Department of Clinical Psychology to address all personnel at the beginning of the school year.

These presentations addressed matters of boundary challenge recognition and subsequent effective intervention in those challenges. Highlighted in these talks were the importance of the cultural health in the school as a foundation for effective boundary maintenance and some tests or lenses for detecting such problems and handling them.
These talks included a two-hour workshop with all administrators, a one-hour presentation to all support staff, and a keynote opening day address to all professional faculty.

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