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.

About Us

This is a micro mobile lesson to highlight the benefits of deep breathing and offer some simple tools to practice mindfulness. Read more

This overview provides a history of Project Harmony and child advocacy centers, a description of the various departments within Project Harmony, and the roles of our co-located partner agencies. Read more

Reclaiming Your Why is a powerful workshop that addresses vicarious trauma from its core. This workshop aims to make the experience of secondary trauma more understandable and less intense, reducing the shame often felt due to stress reactions. The program also provides valuable mental health tools, enhancing helping professionals‘ capacity to work compassionately. By doing so, it allows them to fully appreciate the self-worth derived from their work and build resilience, regardless of their organizational context. In this immersive 4-hour experience, we delve into the essence of your professional journey, equipping you with techniques to overcome challenges that might obscure your initial passion. Through artistic practices, thoughtful journaling, and collaborative discussions, you will reclaim your “why,” and craft practical self-care strategies that will reignite your fervor for making a lasting impact in the realm of helping professions.   Upcoming Sessions: - July 26, 12:30-4:30pm at Project Harmony - September 13, 12:30-4:30pm at Project Harmony - November 8, 12:30-4:30pm at Project Harmony - December 20, 12:30-4:30pm at Project Harmony Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing. Read more

This training is designed to help professionals in the helping fields understand how to work with an interpreter. Participants will learn what the skill of interpretation entails, what is the role of the interpreter in different situations and helpful tips to improve the flow of communication.  Target Audience:  Mental Health Providers, Law Enforcement, Child Protective Services, County Attorneys, Education Professionals, Youth Care Agencies, Non-Profit Agencies, Day Care Providers, Church Leaders, and anyone who works with children and families. Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing Read more

The film Sextortion: The Hidden Pandemic is an investigation into the world of online grooming and sextortion -- a present-day reality for one in seven children online.  By unsealing the federal case of a top-gun pilot with hundreds of victims, and interviewing survivors and their parents, this true-crime piece exposes an often-overlooked crime against children, the tactics of online predators, and the voices of parents and law enforcement poised to stop online child exploitation in its tracks. Join us for an in-person screening of Sextortion: The Hidden Pandemic to learn more about this topic and participate in a facilitated discussion along with the film. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please either email or call 531-301-5079.   Upcoming Sessions: - June 7, 11-1 at Project Harmony - August 16, 11-1 at Project Harmony - October 18, 11-1 at Project Harmony Please contact the Project Harmony Training Institute at to request accommodations for participants hard of hearing Read more

We live in a time of ever-growing technology. Without a previous generation to teach us how to navigate the dangerous waters of social media and internet use, we can find ourselves in the deep end. In this microlearning, you will learn why it is so important to bring awareness to online safety and gain insights into effective practices adults can use to guide children to use these tools wisely. Learn how you can empower adults in your community.   This content is brought to you at no cost, thanks to the generous support of The John K. and Lynne D. Boyer Family Foundation. Read more

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