Wisconsin Hawthorn Project

In partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, Jessica Dallman MA LPC will be developing and implementing a Trauma-Informed Care Training and Curriculum for agencies and organizations that work with children and families in Wisconsin.

November/December training dates and registrations are now LIVE! Check out our Upcoming Events!

 [image: aerial photo of four hands placed on top of each other. The background is a blur of green and clothing colors, indicating that the four people are standing in a circle together. Two hands are larger with wedding rings and two are smaller, indicating that they belong to parents and children in a family.]

[image: aerial photo of four hands placed on top of each other. The background is a blur of green and clothing colors, indicating that the four people are standing in a circle together. Two hands are larger with wedding rings and two are smaller, indicating that they belong to parents and children in a family.]

 
 

What you need to know…

Natural Wisdom Counseling LLC has developed a new website for the project to contain the curriculum, training dates, resources, and forums for the Trauma-Informed Curriculum and Training project.

For Who: Wisconsin organizations and agencies that work with children and families

What: Free trainings and curriculum regarding trauma, trauma recovery, resiliency, and post-traumatic growth.

When: Initial trainings in the Core Curriculum (for agencies/organizations that work with children and families) will take place November and December 2018.
Secondary trainings, train-the-trainer Learning Collaborative dates, and technical assistance will take place through June 30, 2019.

Where: TBD based by the 5 regions of the state.

 
 
Create something beautiful.
If you buy into the urgency and desperation of the scarcity model, what you create will surely replicate and perpetuate the cycle of trauma.
But if your creation includes your breath, and permission to move at a pace that is within human limitations, maybe, just maybe, you will create something that can interrupt that cycle.
— Jessica Dallman, MA LPC