DarJune Foundation, Inc.

1018 Shawano Avenue

Green Bay, WI 54304

(920) 676-9697

ACE Interface (1.5 – 3 hours) – Throughout the nation, people are talking about the ACE Study because study findings reveal this is the largest public health discovery of our time.  This presentation shares the discovery with you and helps you understand the implications and what can be done.

 

CCAR Recovery Coach Academy (4 day/30 hour training) – This training gives participants the background and tools to become a recovery coach.

 

QPR - Question/Persuade/Refer (2 hours) - This training provides participants with education to deal with people who are having suicidal ideations.

 

Helping Children Cope with Grief & Loss (60-90 min) – This training provides parents and caregivers with tools and suggestions for gentle ways to explain to death and dying to children of different ages.

 

Mandt System (24 - 32 hours) - Provides a framework for staff training and development to increase workplace safety in all human service sectors.  Our unique combination of relationally based training, trauma informed services, neuro-sensory integration, and positive behavior support provide organizations with the most comprehensive program to do more than crisis intervention and anger management.

 

Non-Pharmacologic Pain Management (2-4 hours)- Participants will be guided through the evidence supporting over 15 non-invasive, drug-free ways to reduce general and procedure related pain. Some time will be spent on the unique needs of children in pain. Each participant will leave with some new tools they can use to alleviate pain for themselves or their clients.

 

NCTSN’s Resource Parent Curriculum (Trauma Informed Parenting & Caregiving) Wisconsin Trauma Project Version (16-24 hours)  This training for parents, foster parents or professionals who support children who’ve experienced trauma, provides participants with a host of tools

 

NCTSN’s Supporting Children with IDD Who Have Experienced Trauma – This training is specifically for parents or professionals supporting children with intellectual or developmental disabilities who have experienced trauma.  Because children with IDD have differing abilities to understand and process challenging events and have increased risk of exposure to medical and other traumatic events -this training provides tools and resources specifically tailored to address their needs.

 

Psychiatric Diagnoses & Supportive Interventions (90 min) – This training provides a brief overview of some of the most common psychiatric diagnoses and some supportive interventions that can help people with each diagnosis.

 

Psychiatric Medications: Important Things to Know (90 min) – This seminar provides an overview of many categories of psychological medications providing examples of each and discusses brand names vs generic, common side effects, things to consider about each medication and approximate costs.

 

SITCAP – Structured Sensory Interventions for Children or Adolescents Who Have Experienced Trauma (8-16 hours) - This series introduces the 7 common problematic emotional responses to Trauma and provides participants with healthy options for coping when the emotions become overwhelming.

 

Strengthening Family Coping Resources –  Peer to Peer group intervention for parents of children or teens who are in recovery and want to create stronger bonds with their children and family members.

 

Trauma Informed Care 101: What is it? (90 minutes)This seminar provides an introduction to Trauma Informed Care exploring definitions and what it means for agencies that provide services.

 

Trauma Informed Care 201: How do I Provide it for Clients & Staff? (90 minutes)  This training is aimed at staff in human service agencies serving individuals who may be struggling because of trauma.  It provides a mnemonic framework AREAS to explore the different places staff can alter their thoughts or actions to make environments more trauma informed.

 

Trauma Informed Caring for Caregivers – Putting on Our Own Mask First (1.5-4 hours) – Providing care for individuals whether you’re a parent, child or worker in a human services position is taxing work that could lead to burn out.  This training helps people explore what is secondary stress / vicarious trauma as well as helping them build awareness of a wide array of interventions that they can use to ameliorate the detrimental impact caregiving can have.

If you have questions about the trainings offered, scheduling a training, or learning about other trainings that are available, please contact DarJune to learn more!