Sanctuary Five Day Training
Monday, October 30 – Friday, November 3, 2023
9 AM – 4 PM EST each day
The Sanctuary Institute ANDRUS Center for Learning and Innovation (ACLI) Training Room 1156 North Broadway Yonkers, NY 10701
Facilitators: Lindsay Jackson and Beth Orr
Cost: $3,250 per person (group discounts available).
Cost includes Breakfast, Lunch, and Snacks daily (Coffee and Tea will be available all day). To request a special diet contact, Alicia Peak at firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Discount Available with Code:
Group of 7: $21, 700.00 with code: IP07
Group of 12: $36, 840.00 with code: IP12
Here is the link to reserve your hotel stay Book your corporate rate for Andrus (Courtyard Yonkers Westchester County)
Registration capacity is limited to 30 attendees; sign up early.
Each participant will receive a Sanctuary Five Day Training Certificate of Attendance.
The Sanctuary Institute’s Five Day Training is a dynamic learning experience in which leaders from an organization receive didactic instruction in the concepts of the Sanctuary Model as well as skill building and practice in using the tools over the course of four days. The fifth day is spent with a small group of leaders and faculty to outline a timeline and specific structure for consultation with your site to maintain a consistency in meeting milestones across the whole organization.
Training is open to organizations only.
For questions, contact Alicia Peak at email@example.com
Lindsay Jackson joined ANDRUS in 2014 as the assistant director of training and most recently held the position of Director of Training. She is now a full-time faculty member with the Sanctuary Institute providing trauma-informed training and support to organizations implementing the Model. In her role, she is in the business of developing staff, and training teams and individuals to be their best selves teaching skills in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and restorative practices. Lindsay has extensive experience providing trauma-informed services to individuals and communities. She is passionate about providing people with tools that foster resilience, self-love, and an open mind. She is an energetic motivator who has the natural ability to connect with others and spread joy. In addition, Lindsay is a certified Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) trainer, and Mental Health First Aid Instructor, as well as a facilitator for Parent University, which is a workshop series designed to educate and empower caregivers. In addition, Lindsay is a certified life coach since 2015. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Delaware State University.
Beth Orr, LMHC joined The Sanctuary Institute in July 2023. Beth has 28 years of nonprofit experience, 22 years of this being in leadership. Her specialties are trauma, mental health, resiliency, and homelessness. Beth served as a peer reviewer with The Institute, evaluating organizations for their Sanctuary Model certifications and re-certifications beginning in 2017.
Prior to joining the team, for 8 years Beth was the Senior Director of Clinical Services at Metropolitan Ministries. Metropolitan Ministries serves homeless families and those at risk of being homeless in the Tampa Bay area. Beth was an integral part of Metropolitan’s efforts to become a Trauma Informed Organization in the Sanctuary Model which they have been certified in since 2016.
Prior to her work at Metropolitan Ministries, Beth worked for 17 years at Chestnut Health Systems in the Illinois Metro-East part of St. Louis as the Director of Case Management Services. Beth worked within their Mental Health Court, Gero-psych services, and developed innovative services that responded to the ongoing needs of individuals living with chronic mental health conditions as high utilizers of state and local hospital systems.
Beth is passionate about equipping organizations with trauma and resiliency standards and tools that are compassionately responsive to the needs of the individuals served within social service organizations.
The Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Care
We cannot hope to heal the clients we serve if we do not first heal the environments in which they receive care. A trauma-informed service setting is itself a community, and therefore as vulnerable to the effects of trauma, chronic stress and adversity as the patients/clients they treat. Successful trauma-informed interventions look at both clients and the organization itself as vulnerable to the effects of trauma.