What is a multidisciplinary team? It is a team that consists of several disciplines and professional specializations working together to find the best solutions and means to address your organization’s specific needs. Over the decades, we have cultivated professional relationships with network of professionals including those with backgrounds in:
- Mental health
- Human Resources
- The Law
- Social work
- K-12 education
- Colleges and Universities
- Medicine and research
Building teams from a list of valued colleagues. We assist you in accomplishing your goals.
Leadership: Steve Sonnich, M.A., Organizational Psychology
Steve Sonnich has 23 years of Human Resources (HR) executive management experience in school districts. For 12 years he was the Associate Administrator, Human Resources, at Grossmont Union High School District and, prior to that, 11 years as Director, Classified Personnel, at Carlsbad Unified School District, both in San Diego.
While at Grossmont Steve and Dr. Glenn Lipson developed an online course on Sexual Misconduct Prevention “Making Right Choices”. His in-depth experience with the implementation of the course in a District with 4,000 full and part-time employees, his training of Administrators in the appropriate actions to take in relation to allegations, and his work with labor unions resulted in changing the District’s culture from reactive to preventative.
In 2016, Steve joined Making Right Choices to further the cause of prevention of employee sexual misconduct with students. This national effort has resulted in an enhanced awareness, systematic evidence based prevention and implementation strategies that are effective at the Individual District and Risk Insurance Pool level.
Founder/CEO: Dr. Glenn Lipson, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
Dr. Glenn Lipson is an internationally recognized expert in Forensic Psychology. He has spent three decades tackling violence from all fronts in the prevention, intervention, and prosecution of violent crimes. As an expert witness, speaker, and advisor, he has testified in court martials, regulatory hearings and submitted briefs through counsel to the United States Supreme Court.