Brian Van Brunt has conducted multiple trainings on our campus, which is a Southern California Community College of over 20,000 students. Not only did he provide our Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) with the full NaBITA Certification course, but he also customized a one-day program for all staff and faculty based on his book, "A Faculty Guide To Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior." Because of his mental health background, Brian is an excellent trainer for community college groups that face a lot of behavioral problems on campus that are rooted in students' mental health issues. He is an engaging speaker who uses humor kindly and appropriately to lighten some of the difficult situations that BITs face. He is relevant, real, and above all compassionate.
Orange Coast CollegeSylvia Worden, MSN, NPAssociate Dean, Student Health ServicesOrange Coast College
College of the Holy Cross
I've worked with Brett in the past, and will again in the future. Saunie and Scott's training was great, informative and well developed. The best thing about the NCHERM training is that they are always ahead of the curve and dead on with trends. What I learn I take back to campus implement and when it is considered best practice a year or two down the line I get to shine. There are so few of us on a campus dealing with these issues it is great to hear from such experienced folks. Thank you for the work you do. The fee is fair and compared to what take-aways there are at national conferences, a real bargain.Paul IrishAssociate Dean of Students, Director of Student Conduct & Community StandardsCollege of the Holy Cross
National Cathedral School
Jeremy's presentation is fresh and engaging. He meets the students where they are and is extremely patient with their questions.Ivette Velez Bohlen, M.Ed.Associate Director of CounselingNational Cathedral School
NCHERM Partner W. Scott Lewis is in invaluable resource when dealing with complex code of conduct issues on campus. He is thoughtful and provides options to meet the needs of the student and the college. Additionally, his training style has been effective with our students, faculty and staff and helped our campus have a better understanding of students rights and responsibilities. We have benefited from our relationship in terms of training, evaluation of our printed materials and in terms of his perspective in helping resolve student conduce issues in a fair equitable manner.Mary Alice OzechoskiFormer Dean of StudentsWesley College (DE)