Stephanie Colvin-Roy has spent more than 15 years providing professional development in prevention education and youth development. She has developed curriculum incorporating social emotional learning competencies and resiliency on topics including teambuilding, alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, cyber addiction, bullying, cyberbullying, diversity, stress and anger management. She has co-written the “We Know BETter” gambling prevention curriculum recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.
Currently, Colvin-Roy provides professional development, consultation and technical assistance to schools and youth serving agencies with a focus on social and emotional learning as the training and organizational development associate for the Center for the Promotion of Social and Emotional Learning (CPSEL) at the Center for Schools and Communities. She is the lead national trainer for I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) and Raising a Thinking Child and manages the ICPS program in partnership with the program developer, Dr. Myrna Shure.
Colvin-Roy worked as an adjunct professor at Thaddeus Stevens College teaching personal resiliency and diversity, is certified in the PA Student Assistance Program (SAP) and served as a commonwealth approved lead SAP trainer. She is certified in the OLWEUS Bullying Prevention Program, Lifelines Suicide Prevention and Lions Quest, an evidence-based SEL program. Colvin-Roy is currently pursuing advanced training in both “Courageous Conversations-Beyond Diversity”, and “Supporting Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET).”