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Alan Rabideau

A citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Alan Rabideau provides training and technical assistance related to child development and the integration of Anishinabek (Ojibwe) cultural values into human services organizations. His 25-plus years of experience includes work with parents, foster/adoptive parents, kinship parents, educators, social service staff, and tribal youth in positive behavioral supports, strength-based supervision, effective leadership skills, and developing family-driven systems. Alan has lived experience of all of the issues at the heart of his professional practice, having parented and provided treatment/specialized foster care to eight adolescent males with behavioral, emotional, and educational disabilities.

Jes Beauchamp

Jessica Beauchamp, LCSW, SAS, SOTS has over 14 years of experience in the human services field. She earned her undergrad has 15+ years of experience in the human services field. She earned her graduate degree from Michigan State University.  Areas of knowledge includes case management, administration, management, counseling, and program development.  Jes worked in Community Mental Health (CMH) agencies for several years and in 2016 opened her own private mental health practice.

With CMH she provided crisis intervention services and worked closely with the court system and Chapters 51 and 55.  She also worked in several roles within Comprehensive Community Support (CCS), Community Support Teams (CST), and Children’s Long-Term Services (CLTS) programs. 

In private practice Jes specializes in blended families, substance abuse/addiction, special populations (farmers, first responders, and medical staff), couples counseling, and mood disorders.  Jes offers unique services in that a majority of the treatment takes place in the community, nature, or the client home.  She also contracts and consults with local practitioners and several agencies around the state of WI.

Jes has presented to a variety of audiences on topics including: wraparound, assessing and managing suicide risk, crisis/safety planning, substance use/abuse, ethics/boundaries, and documentation/note writing. 

Sara Shaver

Sara Shaver, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, practicing for over 25 years.  Sara first worked as an in-home family therapist in rural Wisconsin.  It was at that job in 1996 she was first introduced to the wraparound process. Using a wraparound process “just makes sense” and she incorporates that way of thinking in her therapy work and working in various programs. 

In 2010 she became a co-founder of Compass Counseling LLC, a private mental health clinic that serves people of all ages.  Sara specializes in grief, trauma and couples work. 

As a presenter and trainer for White Pine, Sara brings the unique perspective of having served in most roles associated with a wraparound project.  She began as a Care Coordinator and then Project Coordinator.  She helped five counties in the state initiate and maintain their programs until they were running smoothly.  Sara has been a supervisor to Care Coordinators and teams.  Sara has been a trainer/presenter for White Pine, on and off, since 2002.  In 2019 Sara became even more involved in trainings, being one of two main trainers for the fundamental and advanced workshops.  She continues to train and help in writing wraparound workshop curriculums.  She currently serves on teams for her clients and has been serving on the CST/CCS Coordinating Committee in her county since 2011. 

She is often found juggling her various roles in community committees, teaching faith formation, singing in a choir, chairing Music Boosters, and being a core-team member for the local chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace.  All of this becomes second to her most prized role - working with her husband in raising their three teenagers.

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