Rising Phoenix Training and Consulting

Behavior, Therapeutic and Restorative Training to Support Students

Learn easy to implement strategies and procedures at minimal cost that will help all students excel academically, socially and emotionally. ED311 and Rising Phoenix Training and Consulting will show you a step-by-step behavior support program for your district or campus that will bring results.

Available Training Topics

Trainings can also be customized to suit your district’s needs.

Experiential Learning

Learn how to engage with your team through experiential learning strategies and watch how cohesion and connection build. Team building strategies help enhance group communication, trust, cooperation, understanding and strength confidence and effective problem-solving strategies.

Structuring Your Environment for Success

Help some of your toughest students excel academically, socially, and emotionally. Rising Phoenix Training and Consulting will show you each step for rolling out a therapeutically effective behavior support program for your district or campus.

Reclaiming Youth at Risk

Proven Strategies for Engaging Trust Wary Kids. Having time for training is a limited resource in education. However, intense student behavior, lost, traumatized and off track students keep increasing in our post-pandemic environment. Practical tips, strategies grounded in science, Indigenous wisdom, and positive child psychology.

Restorative Group Circles

Building relationships is essential for developing a foundation for success in all organizations. The best way to guarantee genuine connections is through using restorative group circles. This essential tool/practice has proven to be successful with the most challenging students and adults by developing and repairing relationships.

About Rising Phoenix

Raymond D. Appleberry Jr. M.Ed., C.A.S.

Raymond D. Appleberry Jr. is an accomplished speaker, trainer, consultant, and leader. He brings a wealth of experience with over 20 years in various roles and currently serves as the Special Education Coordinator of Social & Emotional Development and leader of the 180 Reclaiming Center for Grand Prairie ISD.

Lynne M. Roland M.Ed., L.P.C.

Ms. Roland has worked with troubled youth, families and educators for over 25 years. As a therapist, she adds a very personal and in-depth level to her trainings. Lynne has a passion for training, teaching and consulting providers who service troubled youth. Her trainings are engaging, inspiring, memorable, and most of all fun!

Brian P. Hopkins C.A.S.

Brian Hopkins currently serves as a Special Education Facilitator, trainer and consultant. In the last 13 years Brian has worked in multiple education settings and leadership roles for Grand Prairie ISD. He has served as a Behavior Interventionist, Behavior Specialist, Special Ed. Teacher, Paraprofessional, and Substitute Teacher. He has provided consultation and training for administrators, behavior specialists, counselors, assessment staff, teachers, and paraprofessionals, serving multiple school districts and childcare providers.

Customize an on-site, in-district professional development day

Virtual trainings that you can use to train your whole campus or district are available and pricing is based on the size of your district. Discounts available for multi-day trainings

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