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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This course is designed for professionals working with individuals and families to understand the process of change, the factors that contribute or block our ability to change, and how to evoke change through motivational interviewing engagement skills.   Continue Engaging Through Empathy's story of Dylan Sullivan and his interactions with a case manager.   *This is an online, self-paced equivalent version of the live Motivating Change course. Read more

This course discusses the nature of discord when it is experienced in a helping relationship, raises awareness about how we think and feel when experiencing discord, and teaches motivational interviewing techniques to deal with discord when it arises. Target Audience:  Professionals that work with resistant clients. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please either email training@projectharmony.com or call 531-301-5079.   Upcoming Sessions: - June 20, 1-3pm Webinar - July 18, 1-3pm Webinar - October 29, 1-3pm at Project Harmony Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at training@projectharmony.com to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing Read more

Discord is a natural part of most relationships. This training describes how it is tempting to let conflict get out of control and hinder the desired outcomes for client families. But there are also proven strategies to de-escalate and mitigate instances of discord when they arise. Continue Engaging Through Empathy's story of Dylan Sullivan and his interactions with a case manager.   *This is an online, self-paced equivalent version of the live Navigating Discord course. Read more

This is a micro mobile lesson about focusing attention on the nonverbal cues you use to express empathy. Read more

This is a micro mobile lesson to unpack the acronym "OARS" for effective interpersonal communication. Read more

Project Harmony trainers present the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s materials targeting online safety. The training empowers parents, caregivers, and those who care about kids to engage in regular, age-appropriate conversations with youth about benefits, risks, and what to do if something happens online. The training includes resources and information from The National Center for Missing and Endangered Children (NCMEC) and other helpful resources, including discussion guides, tip sheets, and resources to research different apps or platforms children may be using.   This training is brought to you at no cost, thanks to the generous support of The John K. and Lynne D. Boyer Family Foundation. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please either email training@projectharmony.com or call 531-301-5079.   Upcoming Sessions: - May 9, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar - July 9, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar - August 19, 5:30-7:30pm at Project Harmony - November 21, 5:30-7:30pm Webinar Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at training@projectharmony.com to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing. Read more

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