The Project Harmony Training Institute

The Project Harmony Training Institute is able to provide our community with great training opportunities, many at no cost, because of the generous support of our community funders.

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A Military Perspective: Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting on Base This course provides an overview of processes related to the reporting and investigation of child abuse and neglect. It acknowledges the unique stressors and issues that may impact military personnel.    This course was developed in collaboration with Valerie Armstrong, Family Advocacy Officer at Offutt Air Force Base. Read more

Human trafficking is happening all over the country, including the heartland, at alarming rates. Project Harmony and Omaha Police Department work together closely to identify at-risk youth, build trustworthy relationships, and connect these children and families with the resources they need. Read more

Inclusive communities make a way for people from every walk of life to have access to the things they need. This includes mental health care. Individuals at the intersection of language needs and mental health needs could benefit greatly from increased collaboration between interpreters and therapists. Read more

On an average day, it's easy to take one's native culture for granted. Clients, coworkers, and collaborators could be out of their element and be navigating through culture shock. Unpack this subconscious phenomenon and adopt compassionate strategies to work effectively with someone in an unfamiliar environment. Read more

In the world of human services, it may not be surprising to hear terms like "Compassion Fatigue," "Burnout," and "Empathic Strain." This microlearning module will compare and contrast the cores of those terms. Read more

In this course, you’ll look at the brain functions that cause bias, and the real and harmful consequences of even unintentional bias. You’ll also learn about common bias types. Finally, you’ll get strategies to break out of these mental habits and enjoy a more productive, engaging workplace and community. By bringing awareness to our unintentional assumptions, we can address and overcome the effects of implicit bias.  Read more

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