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 group code H4TW20 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