Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) Tier 1 on June 22nd, 23rd & 24th
presented by Doris and Rick Bowman - details below!

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

REGISTER HERE!

 

Please note: Registration will close on Friday, June 17th at noon. This training has a max of 60 participants virtually. 

When: June 22, 23, & 24 -  8:30am-4:00pm each day (with 30 minute lunch)

Where: VIRTUAL- Zoom link will be emailed before the event

Cost: $149.99 for all 3 days (group discount available, see below)

Virtual Design/Format: THIS IS A VIRTUAL TRAINING

The design of this virtual training is built around many activities and breakouts each day. Some days have more and other days less. Every day has multiple opportunities for interaction or engagement.

Also a printable workbook will be emailed to registrants prior to the training which contains the engagement activities for the 3 days. There will also be many breaks to step away from the screen to stretch, move, have a snack, have a bathroom beak, et.

               Who should attend?

  • Educators & Childcare Providers
  • Mental Health & Healthcare Providers
  • Parents & Caregivers

    What will I learn?

  • Comparisons of how CPS more effectively addresses behavior than traditional models
  • Processes to assess and plan intervention components of the CPS Model
  • Strategies for when a child has difficulty with cognitive flexibility, emotional regulation, or expressing concerns/needs
  • Strategies for proactively working with children to build skills for areas of chronic challenges
  • Strategies to foster positive relationship and skill growth
     

Expect to see a welcome email about 1 week prior to the training with important info from [email protected].

Please make sure to check your spam and make a "safe sender". Thank you!

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About the trainers: 

Rick Bowman’s qualifications include the following:

M.A. in Clinical Psychology
Certified Trauma Practitioner – Clinical (CTP-C®)
Certified HeartMath® and “The Resilience Advantage” Trainer
Certified Trainer in Collaborative Problem Solving®MGH (Think:Kids,
Massachusetts General Hospital)
K-12 licensed school administrator in the state of Oregon
Founder and Leader in the “Transforming Trauma – Raising Resilience: Connected
Community” (www.bowmanconsultgroup.com/ttrrcc)

Rick’s background includes leadership positions in the U.S. Military, business, mental

health and education. He’s functioned as a clinical consultant for mental health clinics and

human service agencies, and has also provided speaking/consultation internationally in

Russia, Cuba & Jamaica. He’s held positions of Clinical Psychologist, Community College

Professor, Assistant Principal, Alternative Education Coordinator, Student Services

Director, and Assistant Executive Director of a non-profit organization providing

educational services to students with severe emotional/behavioral challenges.

Doris Bowman’s qualifications include the following:

M.S., Education / Special Education
Advanced Certified Trauma & Resilience Practitioner – Education® (CTP-E)
Advanced Certified Trauma & Resilience Practitioner – Clinical (CTP-C®)
Certified HeartMath® and “The Resilience Advantage” Trainer
PCI Certified Parent Coach®
Certified “Stress & Well-Being Assessment” Provider
Certified special educator & administrator in the state of Oregon
Certified Trainer in Collaborative Problem Solving®MGH (Think:Kids,
Massachusetts General Hospital)
Founder and Leader in the “Transforming Trauma – Raising Resilience: Connected
Community” (www.bowmanconsultgroup.com/ttrrcc)

Doris has co-authored Going to Bed is Easy Now, and “Going to School is Easy Now”, the

first two in a series of children’s books designed to support children with challenging

behavior (www.easynowbooks.com). She has over 20 years’ experience working with and

supporting children/youth with challenging behaviors and their families.

Bowman Consulting Group:

Bowman Consulting Group provides training, consultation, coaching & advisement on topics of:

• Trauma-Informed Practices, Systems and Structures for Schools & Mental Health Agencies

• Trauma-Informed FBAs & Behavior Plans

• Neuroscience of ACEs, Toxic Stress and Trauma

• Collaborative Problem Solving®(MGH) Introductory & Tier 1 Trainings

• Resilience Practices (Evidence-Based & Actionable) for Leaders, Staff & Students/Clients

• “The Resilience Advantage” Training for Organizations of all Types

• Actionable Trauma Stewardship for Leaders & Staff HeartMath Institute Practices & Strategies for Self-Care, Health & Wellness

• “Stress & Well-Being Assessment” Certified Provider for individuals and organizations

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Back by popular demand!

Cultural Humility Training in July 7th & 14th 2022!

Cultural Humility in Practice 

presented by Dr. Crystallee Crain

REGISTER HERE!

Join Dr Crystallee Crain (she/her) for a two part series on Cultural Humility in Practice. During this workshop Dr. Crain will work with participants to identify gaps in understanding, capacity for humility and emotional responsiveness as it relates to their practice. Through a love centered, participatory framed experiences participants will be able to heighten their efficacy in their work by understanding how their biases, perceptions, and worldview impact their work in the community. Dr Crain is the Founder & Principal Consultant with Prevention at the Intersections and a board member of Seeding Justice Foundation.

In this 2 HALF DAYS AND VIRTUAL training, participants will learn:

Dr Crain will work with participants to identify gaps in understanding, capacity for humility and emotional responsiveness as it relates to their practice. Through a love centered, participatory framed experiences participants will be able to heighten their efficacy in their work by understanding how their biases, perceptions, and worldview impact their work in the community.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 

  • People who want to learn more about Cultural Humility 
  • Helping professionals interested in deepening their understanding Cultural Humility
  • Any level of professionals working in social or behavioral health, public policy, organizing, or advocacy work.

Where: VIRTUAL - ZOOM 

When: Thursday, July 7th 9:30am-12:30pm and Thursday, July 14th 9:30am-12:30pm

Cost: $69.00 for BOTH HALF DAYS

NOTE* Registration will close Monday July 4th at 5pm.

About the trainer:

Crystallee Crain Ph.D., is a social and political critic with academic roots in sociology, political science, and psychology. Dr. Crain has developed curriculum and taught courses at the university level for over a decade. She specializes in uncovering the layers of institutional inequality while supporting communities to shift ways of being and practice to improve life chances. She has worked as a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant for nonprofit organizations. Crystallee has a passion for evaluation studies that will impact policy reform for positive social change. 

Currently, Dr. Crain holds a lectureship in the Political Science department with California State University - East Bay.  Dr. Crain is a human rights scholar and advocates for government accountability globally. She has traveled to 23 countries on the continents of Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia/Oceania. She reported on the World Festival of Youth & Students in Caracas, Venezuela in 2005 and regularly writes cultural critiques on her Medium site. 

She teaches online courses on a variety of topics including (but not limited to): media studies, creative writing, self-publishing, nonprofit advocacy, health equity, and other social justice topics. You can find more of her curriculum development work on her Social Justice Curriculum website.  She has written two books, the first edition of A People's Primer Dispatches on Politics & Social Change.  She is completing a fictional book called Superfluous Pains.

Crystallee earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in Transformative Studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA. She holds a Master of Arts in Social Sciences (a concentration in Sociology from Eastern Michigan University), and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Northern Michigan University. In 2013 she received advanced training in Health and Human Rights from the School of Public Health at Harvard University. 

Dr. Crain has served as a member of the Alameda County Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention Commission, The City of Portland's Human Rights Commission, and is a current member of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars, the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE), the National Anger Management Association, and the American Evaluation Association. 

Certifications
Certified Anger Management Specialist - CAMS II (National Anger Management Association)
Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner & Coach - Neuro Masters Academy (Australia)

 

 

 

In order to help develop a healthcare workforce to meet all Oregonians' needs, the Oregon Health Science University (OHSU) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) are collaborating on behalf of the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) to make available grant funds as part of the Healthy Workforce Training Opportunity (HOWTO) grant program. 

The Oregon Alliance and the Oregon Child & Family Services Council is honored to receive a HOWTO grant and excited to implement our training program!

HOWTO grants are intended to expand health professional training to address current and future shortages in the healthcare workforce in rural and medically underserved areas of Oregon. 

We will be providing training services for behavioral health providers serving Oregon's most vulnerable children and adolescents through a 3-year, 2-part program: 

  • A training series designed to build skills, promote safety, and strengthen professional development including trauma-informed care principles and self-care for behavioral health providers across Oregon. 
  • A six-month intensive leadership training institute for providers of color.