Training workshops can be certified by NASW-Wisconsin Chapter and satisfies continuing education requirements set by State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. Participants practicing as licensed Counselors, Social Workers and Therapists will receive Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) upon completion of each course.


Customized and/or organization-wide services are available upon request. Please call our office at (920) 903-1060 or email



*NEW 2025* Culturally Responsive Leadership and Accountability

This course is designed to equip leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to practice culturally responsive leadership and foster accountability within their organizations.

*NEW 2025* Ethics & Boundaries: Practicing Self-Care in An Era of Moral Distress

The course will provide guidance on maintaining healthy boundaries in client interactions, organizational dynamics, and professional relationships.


Ethics & Boundaries: When Culture Impacts Decision Making

This course examines how one’s culture impacts decision-making in various settings. Leaders are constantly faced with complicated and difficult decisions that can result in ambiguous outcomes; this is ethically and morally confusing.

Ethics & Boundaries: Considerations In Supervision With Minoritized Supervisees

This workshop will support supervisors with self-reflection and learn about culturally centered practices to improve the supervision process while reducing institutional harm.

Fundamentals of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

This course examines common EDI concepts and theories and explores the basic universal ideas inherent to each.

Multicultural Approaches to Trauma Informed Care

This training helps participants learn about trauma and implications of traumatic experiences on the brain science.

Addressing Crisis Needs With Minoritized Youth

The workshop will address these issues through a combination of interactive dialogue, focused discussion, applied-practice exercises, and small group work.

The Minority Identity: A Conversation for BIPOC Folks

This program is designed to explore the unique experiences, challenges, and strengths of individuals from BIPOC communities, fostering a sense of connection and empowerment.

The White Identity: A Conversation For White People

In this course, we will examine sociological concepts of White fragility and White privilege while reflecting on our own reactions to these ideas.

Putting A Name To Silent Suffering: Treating Perinatal Mental Health

The workshop will address these issues through a combination of interactive dialogue, focused discussion, applied-practice exercises, and small group work.

Allyship: Building Meaningful Relationships

This course examines the difference between an ally, bystander, a non-racist and anti-racist. Individuals will learn how to confront acts of discrimination to bridge differences and to become allies within the community. 

Addressing Family & Support Systems of Transgender Individuals for Helping Professionals

This course examines how to navigate and work with families and support systems of transgender individuals.

Desperate Journeys: Asylum Seekers, Refugees & Immigrants

This course offers a foundation of the migration process for asylum seekers, refugees, and immigrants.

Direct Practice & Advocacy for Transgender Individuals

This course examines how to provide equitable assessments and interventions for transgender individuals.