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Professional Development

Our work group frequently provides professional development for organizations, such as school counseling associations, departments of education, and school districts. Our presentations, ongoing professional development, keynotes, and coaching include virtual and in-person options on many topics, including:

  • MTSS/School Counseling Alignment

  • Mental Health

  • Trauma Informed strategies

  • Classroom Management

  • Advanced Tiers (Tier 2/3 systems, practices and data)

  • School Counselor/Principal Collaboration

  • Universal Mental health Screening


Our team has content area expertise in many areas related to MTSS (see list above). We are ready to share in half day or full day presentations. 

Download a list of options here!


Our team is prepared to provide technical assistance through coaching. Built around district needs with a personalized scope and sequence.

On Going Professional Development

Systems change can take time. We have a scope and sequence for monthly topics to assist school based mental health teams (e.g., school counselors, social workers, etc.) in their work.

Virtual or In Person

All of our offerings: in person or via a virtual platform.

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Where we present

Our team has worked with many school/districts from across the country, including:

Fayette County, KY

Kent School District, WA

Sonoma Valley, CA

Regions 16, 19 & 20-Texas

Indiana Counselors Connect

Delaware Department of Education

Oklahoma Department of Education

Kentucky Department of Education

...and many more!

What Participants Say


Dr. Olsen provided a lot of valuable information. When he was talking about the specifics of the the MTSS tiers, he said that it was important to remember that the tiers are not labels for kids (there is no such thing as a Tier 3 kid), rather they are levels of intensity in service and supports. He appreciate how he showed us what tangible things are done at each tier, and how he talked about the importance of addressing implicit bias in order for any of this valuable work to be effective! He talked about the importance of both quantitative and qualitative data in designing and evaluating our efforts.

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