We provide phone, webinar, and in-person consultation services. Technical assistance can be tailored to the specific needs of any project at the agency, state, or country.

For Agencies we provide:

  • IPS supported employment training
  • 2-day IPS fidelity review & report
  • IPS program consultation
  • Case consultation
  • 2.5 day IPS leadership training

In addition to these supports, representatives from states, countries, and regions have access to implementation planning, 1-day supervisor training, and quarterly meetings with an IPS supervisor.

The materials were great and the trainer provided examples that brought the concepts to life for real world application.

– Participant from the 1-day training, “The Model, the Research, the Practice”

Meet our IPS national trainers

Sandy Reese
Sandy Reese
Sandra first joined the center in 2006 as a part-time contractor and became a full-time employee in 2010. Previously she was an IPS supervisor for 10 years and a supported employment trainer for the State of Oregon. She has over 25 years working in community mental health.
Ruth Brock
Ruth Brock
Ruth joined the center in 2020. Previously, she was the IPS lead for a state vocational rehabilitation (VR). Ruth brings over two decades of diverse and progressive multi-level experience in serving people with disabilities.
Sarah Swanson
Sarah Swanson
Sarah joined the center in 2006. Previously she was a supported employment trainer for Ohio. Sarah has 16 years of experience working in community mental health systems.

The interactivity of the various exercises and the instructor’s ability to engage all participants during the training was great.  I loved how the trainer modeled reflective statements and open-ended questions throughout the training.

– Participant from the UMOM New Day Centers Training, Phoenix, Arizona

Motivational Counseling: How to Engage People in Conversations about Work

For more information contact Sarah Swanson: Sarah.swanson@nyspi.columbia.edu