Regional Workshops

                        2-DAY SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING & WELLNESS TRAINING                                            

April 21-22, 2020, in Beautiful Amish Country, Ohio**

**If you are registering a group or need to obtain a purchase order, please contact us directly to register (  See below for more details about accommodations and training agenda.  Registration is $299, but see the flyer below for a special early bird discount code good thru 3.31.2020!


     April 2020 Workshop

 ACCOMMODATIONS:  Please call the Berlin Resort at 330-893-3000  to reserve your room and mention you are attending the training and would like to receive the special room block rate.  Please make your reservations early to ensure availability.   


OPTIONAL GRADUATE CREDIT:  One hour of graduate credit is an optional add-on through Mount Vernon Nazarene University.  Information about registering and paying for the graduate credit (additional $175 paid directly to MVNU online) will be available at the conference.  Participants choosing graduate credit will be responsible for completing a three-hour final project outside of the training hours.

AGENDA:  Day 1 -  Check-In begins at 7:30 a.m.  Training begins at 8:00 a.m., lunch break on your own (1.5 hours).  Adjourn at 4:00 p.m.  Day 2 - Training begins at 8:00 a.m. Lunch break on your own (1.5 hours).  Adjourn at 4:00 p.m.  Breaks will be provided on both days, as well.  Participants attending both days of training will receive a SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING & WELLNESS TRAINING 4 REACHING WOUNDED CHILDREN CERTIFICATE reflecting 12 hours of face-to-face instruction.


Hope 4 The Wounded is planning several regional workshops around the country for 2020. 

If you have space (auditorium, large conference space, etc), find out how your organization can host a training for free & receive five complimentary registrations for the training.  Please contact us for details & availability.



Trauma-Informed Education

Social-Emotional Learning Strategies

Relationship-Building Techniques

Strategies to Keep Wounded Children Engaged & Negative Behaviors at Bay

Encouragement for Professionals with a Trauma-Sensitive Approach to Self-Care