Try Our Groundbreaking Trainings!

They Can Educate You About Major Adversities…

and Equip You with the Skills to Optimize Interventions!

Are You a Professional in a Related Field Who Cares about the Well-being of Children?

If you’re a professional who works daily in a high-touch way with children impacted by major childhood adversities like Childhood Domestic Violence (CDV) – or adults who used to be these children and still struggle – or if you think you comes into contact with many of them (maybe without even realizing), you would likely find our trainings helpful. They are relevant for anyone working in child development, youth crisis prevention, or human services – including a wide cross-section of disciplines, from the psychological, psycho-social, clinical and social work professions, to education, medical/nursing, criminal justice, and other “helping professions”.

So the trainings can prepare any professional who may come into regular contact with children (or former children, now adults) impacted by major childhood adversities. First tier professionals most likely to benefit are social workers, school social workers, social service administrators, guidance counselors, day care providers, child and domestic violence advocates, youth mentors, pediatricians, nurses, and juvenile justice professionals.

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Trainings to Properly Prepare You to Optimize Interventions with Impacted Individuals Are Scarce

You may have already found there are few trainings, tools and resources out there that can adequately train you to effectively intervene with CDV impacted clients and foster optimal positive outcomes.

You may have picked up a few books or discovered a few trainings that maybe looked promising at first, but fell short and left many unanswered questions and much uncertainty as to what you should say or do or how you can best help.

Our Courses Can Quickly Train You to Optimize Your Interventions & Foster Optimal Outcomes

Our online trainings – spearheaded by leading global researchers and experts – are developed using the most impactful research and best-known practices in the field. They have been specifically designed to help educate and train you to implement simple steps that can foster optimal results with impacted individuals.

They are comprehensive, immersive, and holistic, provide an extensive array of information along with actionable steps you can use in your work delivered to you in a simple, easy-to-follow, digestible format that makes it easy to learn, retain and recall critical information when you need it. They prepare you for unexpected situations, build your confidence, and ensure your interventions really count.

They are comprehensive, immersive, and holistic, provide an extensive array of information along with actionable steps you can use in your work delivered to you in a simple, easy-to-follow, digestible format that makes it easy to learn, retain and recall critical information when you need it. They prepare you for unexpected situations, build your confidence, and ensure your interventions really count.

See Our 2 Main Trainings – for Introductory or Advanced Learning!

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Change A Life (CAL) Program

This unique program is designed to be a a quick crash-course to prepare non-professionals who want to step in and be THE ONE for an impacted child if a situation arises – much like a CDV course…or as an intro course for professionals before moving on to more advanced learning. If you’re a volunteer at a domestic violence shelter or youth program, a youth leader, concerned neighbor, friend, or relative, or a professional not extensively trained in ACEs looking to get your feet wet, this course is for you.
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Be the One: Resiliency Focused Mentoring Training (RFMT)

This unprecedented 5-hour certification curriculum was developed specifically for professional accreditation and designed for advanced learning for professionals in related fields. It was created by the “founding father” of resiliency and modern stress management and provides 5hr of Continued Education (CE) credits through the National Association of Social Workers.