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Interactive onsite, virtual and hybrid training sessions are available through At The Root on a variety of topics. Taking Rebecca’s educational, social work (clinical) and coalition building experiences, training sessions include story, learning activities, lecture and interactive discussions.

Task Force & Community Coalition Development

Rebecca served as a victim services provider for New Hampshire’s Human Trafficking Task Force, funded by the Department of Justice (OVC/BJA Enhanced Collaborative Grant). Rebecca then became the Task Force’s Project Director and served in this role 3.5 years.

Rebecca worked alongside local, state and federal law enforcement, victim services providers, survivors, nonprofits, state agencies and community volunteers.

Rebecca assisted with applying for a grant extension for the victim services component of the DOJ grant and a new round of grant funding for law enforcement through DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Assistance. Both applications were successful.

Support Available

  • Consulting
  • Group Development (including problem solving, forming, growth, etc.)
  • Training curriculum Development
  • Unfunded Task Forces seeking future funding, in early stages, growing/forming
  • Community engagement, awareness, and education

Parent Education & Group Facilitation

Understanding and developing protective factors is a key component to improving parenting and increasing resilience in children, parents and families. Rebecca provides parent education and parent café (group discussion) facilitation to support parent and caregiver learning, development, and resilience.

For parent education, parent café facilitation, or other group facilitation, reach out to At The Root.



Rebecca has worked for several years as a supervisor for those within social services and related roles. Using Reflective Supervision has become a joy for Rebecca, especially with staff working in child abuse response, child abuse/neglect prevention and anti-human trafficking.


Since returning to work in the United States (2017), Rebecca has consistently provided supervision for students at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level. Interns working with Rebecca have included those from social work, public health, Social Innovation Program (UNH), and Human Services programs. Rebecca utilizes the opportunity to support student learning through reflective, supportive supervision in order to challenge each student, provide opportunities for growth, and expand their view of their potential future field of work and study.