LSCI Training in NYC and Pennsylvania

This month is just half over and already we’ve certified over 100 participants in the skills of LSCI. NYC Schools and KidsPeace National Centers in PA have been our most active training sites this September, offering both the full certification training course and our 2-day Talking with Students in Conflict. Here’s what participants from both … Continued

LSCI Training at Gerard Academy in Austin, MN

The LSCI Institute is so proud of the great work done being done to reach and teach young people. Please check out this video of what’s happening, including #LSCItraining, at Gerard Academy in Minnesota. To attend an LSCI training in the area, please contact Danielle Theis at dtheisconsulting@gmail.com https://www.nexus-yfs.org/sites/gerard/video/gerard.mp4#VideoPlayer

LSCI Refresher Training Programs

While certification in the skills of LSCI is a lifetime accreditation, many participants over the years have told us how valuable it is for them to formally review, discuss, and practice LSCI skills on a regular basis. The LSCI 402 course offers professionals the opportunity to do just that! The one-day, live LSCI Refresher Training … Continued

LSCI Training Prepares Educators for the New School Year

It has been a very busy summer for the LSCI Institute, as we help prepare educators, administrators, counselors, mental health professionals and youth workers from around the world for the 2017-18 school year. The LSCI Institute rolled out several new course formats this year, to better accommodate varied training schedules. We now offer 2-hour, 1-day … Continued

LSCI Training Participants Creating Fun While Learning in Bellevue, WA

Last week, 27 professionals from Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, WA completed the LSCI Certification training. Along with role plays and skill rehearsal, they had a little fun “selling” each LSCI intervention as THE BEST intervention out there. Check out some of their in-class fun! To register your staff for LSCI training, please visit our Training … Continued

Is There a Passive Aggressive Person in Your Life?

The LSCI Institute offers live and online training to help you understand and respond more effectively to passive aggressive behavior in children, adolescents, and adults–at home, at school, in relationships, in the workplace, and online! Here’s what one recent group of participants shared about their Angry Smile training: HOW DO YOU SEE YOURSELF USING THE … Continued

Learn More About LSCI Training in Georgia

Summer is the perfect time to complete LSCI training, to learn strategies to reach and effectively teach young people who exhibit self-defeating and/or disruptive patterns of behavior. Here’s what recent participants in Georgia are saying about their summer training: Your additional comments about the Trainers: I always feel that Andye presents the information in an … Continued

People in Georgia Are Talking About LSCI Training

Congratulations to LSCI Master Trainer, Andye Criste and the professionals from Clayton County Public Schools in GA for their recent completion of LSCI training and their great feedback: “I enjoyed Andye’s enthusiasm for LSCI. She was very thorough and provided excellent examples based on her experiences.” Describe the significant learnings you are taking away from … Continued

Participants Respond to LSCI’s Online Course

We love to hear from our training particpants! Here’s what a few recent attendees of our Online Introduction to LSCI shared with us about their training experience: “I enjoyed being able to do these modules at home on my time before meeting in person for the live training.” How do you see yourself using the … Continued

LSCI Training at River Bluff Education Center in Minnesota

We love hearing from our training participants! Here’s what professionals from River Bluff Education Center in Minnesota are saying about LSCI Certification training: “The training gave me great insight and first-hand experience into how students are feeling during times of conflict and crisis.” “I learned how to better listen and understand what students are going … Continued