Empowerment Research, LLC works closely with its clients to build community-specific training that utilizes local assets and meets local needs. Whether the educational experience revolves around consumer panels, survivor storytelling, interactive gaming, or expert dialogues, Dr. Wolf is capable of coordinating and delivering a training that meets your program’s specific needs.  Collaborative planning begins early in the process to determine (1) your specific local assets and resources; (2) your training purpose, goals, and desired outcomes; and (3) your audience needs.

Wonderful Leaders! Thank you Dr. Sue and Tiffany- empathy and professionalism personified.

-Course participant

Health Topics

  • Adolescent Health Issues
  • Asset-based Community Development
  • Caregiver Training for Clients with Brain Injuries
  • Coordinated Community Response to Violence
  • Domains of Health
  • Impacts and Conditions after Traumatic Injury
  • Natural Supplementation
  • Nutrition and Wellness
  • Options in Alternative and Complementary Medicine
  • Social Marketing and Media
  • Transition to Adult Service Systems

Dis-Ability Topics

  • Asset Management for Individuals, Families and Communities
  • Domestic Violence and Implications for Service Providers
  • Empowerment of Consumers and Family Members
  • Impacts and Interventions after Catastrophic Injury
  • Parent Empowerment: Understanding Special Education Eligibility and Services
  • Prevention of Secondary Conditions

Education Topics

  • Adolescent Development
  • Assessment and Analysis of Behavior
  • Brain Injury Prevention
  • Classroom Management within Special Education
  • Contemporary Issues after Brain Injury & Neuroimpairment
  • Executive Functioning and Dysfunction
  • Neurodevelopment and Cognition
  • Section 504: The Legal and The Practical
  • Special Education and Disabilities

Higher Education

  • Andragogy (Adult Education)
  • Career and Technical Education: Principles, Foundations and Methods
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Data Utilization
  • Evaluation Analysis: Data for Dollars (Grant-funding)
  • Educational Psychology
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Grantwriting
  • Health, Safety, & Nutrition
  • Research Methods (Business, Social Sciences & Medicine)
  • Secondary Education and Teaching Methods
  • Statistics: Qualitative and Quantitative Methods

Dr. Wolf recognizes that subcultures are not inclusive of only culturally-diverse communities. Cultures are also represented by unique, self-identified communities such as:

  • Disability Community, at large
  • Deaf Community
  • Deaf-Blind Communities
  • Military and Veteran Communities
  • Wounded Warrior Community
  • Tribal Communities
  • The Arts Community
  • Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual-Transgender-Queer and Questioning (GLBTQ) Community
  • The Adolescent/Youth Culture

Each of these groups embraces their own cultural lens and community-specific issues which must be honored and addressed when preparing and delivering training and education or evaluating development programs.

Learn more about our current training courses!