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Training and Technical Assistance

Contacts for Training and Technical Assistance in Wisconsin

Local CESA Support

Each CESA provides technical assistance, training, resources, and coaching support for building a trauma sensitive school.

CESA Contacts:

TRAIN-WI Program

The TRAIN-WI Program provides training to educators using Dr. Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model in Education (NME) program. The purpose of the training is to coach school personnel in the foundations of trauma, how trauma affects the brain, how it shows up in child behavior, and how we can all have a huge impact on children who have experienced trauma. Participants in this training will join an NME cohort, which meets virtually six times; in addition, participants will read What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey, watch videos, and complete study guides independently. The time commitment for this free learning opportunity is about 20 hours. Virtual cohort meetings are provided outside of school hours, and participants will be paid for participation, provided they comply with all of the requirements.

Contact for more information:
Jodi Hubbard - Project Co-Director
Tricia Kwick - Project Co-Director or 715-864-8146

Daniel Educational Services, LLC - Sara Daniel

Educational Services provides professional development and consulting on trauma sensitive schools, mental health, and well-being using an inclusive perspective that includes adults and students.

They host a free drop-in virtual community of practice on trauma and stress in education throughout the school year.

Wellpoint Care Network

At Wellpoint Care Network, our vision is for every child and family to thrive as individuals and within the community. Our integrated approach to school-based mental health services can do more to engage students, minimize classroom disruptions, and create healthy learners. Wellpoint Care has flexible, trauma-informed programming to meet the mental health needs of students, schools, and families. Training expertise includes:

  • Trauma Sensitive Schools – professional development, consultation, and training
  • Consultation with school administration and teachers
  • Sensory and regulation-based interventions
Contact for more information:
Carey Jacobsen - Director of Clinical Services or (414) 465-1326

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Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools (WISH) Center

The WISH Center provides training on a variety of topics that can help to support the development of a trauma sensitive school including restorative practices, compassion resilience, and Youth Mental Health First Aid.

Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools (WISH) Center

For questions about this information, contact Elizabeth Strunz (608) 266-3361