Team Facilitator Training 2.0

The task of facilitating a Multidisciplinary Team can be incredibly rewarding, but is not without its challenges. Playing a vital role on the team, a skilled Facilitator can help the MDT to function smoothly and efficiently. From navigating conflict to ensuring the best possible services for children and families, a facilitator often has to wear many hats. This training is aimed at building capacity within the Team Facilitator role and supporting them in what is often an isolated position.

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  • Enhance skills as facilitators of team meetings and ongoing team communication and relationships
  • Enhance participatory discussion that involves all team members
  • Gain insight into and strategies for identifying system issues that 
impact cases and team 
  • Promote collaborative decision-making and healthy, productive methods of addressing conflict.


Registration is limited to 20 participants and priority is given to registrants who demonstrate they are currently responsible for facilitation of team multidisciplinary meetings as well as ongoing team coordination and communication. Due to limited availability and high demand for this course, it is required that those who apply attend the training in its entirety. There is no cost for this training, and NRCAC will cover travel and lodging costs.

TFT 2.0 2020 Recruitment is now closed. If you are interested in applying for TFT 2.0 2021, please email with your contact information.


John Alderson
John is the director for Resources for Change, Inc., a training and consulting group that provides organizational development and consulting with public and private agencies. He has focused his work intensively on comprehensive interdisciplinary child sexual abuse programs. John has over 25 years of clinical experience with individuals, couples, families and groups. John has provided training for the U.S. Air Force and Army Family Advocacy Programs, National Resource Center on Child Sexual Abuse, National Children’s Alliance, all four Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers as well as many Departments of Social Services/Mental Health/Youth Services, and Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the United States.

Greg Flett, MSW 
Greg has a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University
and has over 15 years of experience working with child serving non-profit organizations
throughout the US. Greg has served as director of CAC’s in New York and Colorado; and
has worked closely with Multidisciplinary Team across the United Sates. Greg enjoys
working with MDT’s to strengthen collaboration, identify and address challenges and
improve outcomes for children and families impacted by abuse. Greg has a strong focus
on supporting MDT’s to work more cooperatively by improving communication, clarifying
roles and developing partnerships to accomplish shared goals. In his previous role Greg
served as an Outreach Coordinator for NRCAC, providing training and technical assistance
to CAC’s and MDT’s throughout the Northeast. Greg joined NCAC and SRCAC in October
of 2017. In his role as Senior Program Manager Greg leads the Children and Youth
workgroup for the National Resource Center of Reaching Underserved Victims;
collaborating with experts throughout the county to develop resources and training
aimed at increasing the quality and accessibility of services for child victims. Greg
currently resides in Boston, MA with his wife and two children.


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