Dr. Emily Wang has provided over 100 presentations in a variety of settings for approximately 8 years, focusing mainly on concepts related to Trauma Informed Care. She has been asked to present as a keynote speaker for sessions as short as 15 minutes to 2 full days. She was responsible for the training of the Neurosequential Model concepts and implementation for the province of Alberta from April 2017-October 2018, and has been providing training extensively both in Canada and the United States. Dr. Tina Champagne consults with and provides trainings on trauma informed care, attachment and sensory-based approaches for a variety of mental health, professional, and educational organizations on state, national, and international scales. Dr. Champagne has numerous publications, including two books, numerous book chapters, continuing education and research articles, and is a reviewer for several OT and nursing journals. She has received numerous awards for her work, most recently being a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association.