Professional Development Trainings

Child Development

 Child Sexuality: Understanding Sexual Development


 Working with Children & Adolescents

  •  Understanding the New Youth Culture: The use of rap music as a therapeutic tool.
  • Understanding Female Violence
  • Caring For Children: Creating Safe Environment
  • Behavior Management: Promoting Pro-social Behaviors using a positive discipline approach
  • Behavior Management: Recognizing Mental Health Issues in the Classroom
  • Typical or Troubled Youth
  • 123 Magic: Behavior management technique for children and adolescents
  • Recognizing Depression in children and teens
  • Communicating with Parents
  • Engaging High-Risk Youth: Best Practices for Developing Programs for Youth Residing in High-Risk Environments
  • Bullying Prevention
  • Creative School Counseling: Engaging Challenging Youth


Child Protection and Intervention

  •  Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment: Policies and Procedures
  • Child Abuse: Assessment and Intervention
  • Child Abuse Reporting: Maintaining a Therapeutic Alliance with Parents
  • Reflections: Evaluating and Setting personal goals (for Adolescents)
  • Child Development: Understanding normal child development and recognizing disorders of childhood and adolescence.


Self-Cultivation and Personal Development Trainings

  •  Stress Management: Relax, Relate, Release
  • Creating Balance: Rituals for Managing Stress Using Principals of Afrikan Spirituality
  • Professional Development: Defining your Purpose and Understanding Your Professional Role
  • Goal Setting: Cultivating Visions for Life


 Shaping Organizational Culture

  •  Team Building
  • Restorative practices Training Series  (Tiers 1, 2, 3)
  • To Be or not to be Toxic: Assessing and Shifting School Culture
  • Professionalism 101: Defining your purpose, passion and professional work ethic


 Program Development

  •  Clinical Case Management Model
  • Creating Therapeutic Recreation Programs: 
  • Creating Brotherhoods and Sisterhoods (Rite of Passage Programs)
  • Implementing Restorative Practices