With a variety of long-established expertise combined, we constantly examine every changing demand in school/corporate environments and build training courses that results in risk prevention.
Consultation & Training
Dr. Lipson and Steve Sonnich share their subject matter expertise to address relational problems assisting in both conflict resolution and prevention. This can be based on our assessment tools.Learn More
Abuse Allegations Response
When an incident happens, the organizational response is critical to both liability and healing. We assist you with resolutions that supports public trust and confidence.Learn More
Applying organizational skills, we assist you in arriving at goals that everyone can embrace. We enlist the principal concerned parties to be part of the solution.Learn More
With 30+ years of experience in prevention, we have developed courses that have been proven its effectiveness.
This is first course we developed a decade ago. It incorporated risk management, mental health, HR and legal perspectives. It was informed both by research, the many experiences of numerous SAM cases in our group, and through stakeholder participation. Our implementation strategies evolved over time. We now have variations of these courses including a version with mandated reporter training to fulfill those legal requirements. We developed both primary and secondary school versions. These are our flagship courses created through community research. We assist clients in our honed multitiered implementation strategy. We know how to address this problem and the research is demonstrating our effectiveness.
The True Yes
We recognize that students as well and is employees need instruction and support to avoid harm. This course is provided to students and their guardians to assist in addressing several problems including SAM.
These are courses were designed to assist school districts and regulatory boards in either preventing or addressing behavior that has crossed the line. The course currently has 3 components including educator ethics, cyber traps and the risks in interpersonal relationships. More can be read about these courses on the NASDTEC webpage.
Mandated Reporter Training
This course provides training for mandated reporters in Education. We are treating this course as an opportunity to address the causes of neglect and other forms of abuse including parental substance abuse, domestic violence in the home, human trafficking, revenge porn and other devastating events that touch the lives of our children.
Concussion course for those assisting youth in activities
This course those parents and coaches supporting competitive sports that have a risk for head injuries, what they need to do if they suspect this type of injury. Central to the story is a woman who as a mixed martial art athlete sustained chronic encephalopathy syndrome (CES). Many different youth activities are listed, and those assisting can benefit from this information.
Suicide and school shooting Prevention
The Center for Disease Control informs us that suicide is become the 2nd leading cause of death in our young, this course was designed to assist those who work with youth to prevent this type of tragic event. There is a close relationship between suicide and homicide as seen in school shootings. We use the phrase “CARE to prevent a FAIL” as the organizing thread for employees and others.