Person-Centered Thinking Training

Empowering all people to lead the lives of their choosing.

Trainer: Tiffany Cron, PhD

Person-Centered Thinking

Person-centered thinking is a philosophy behind service provision that supports positive control and self-direction of people’s own lives. PCT offers practical strategies for engaging in meaningful conversations about goal setting, problem solving and action planning. PCT also provides a framework for building effective relationships and opens the door to greater collaboration and planning in partnership. It creates a culture where people are heard, valued, and better equipped pursue their life and employment goals.

Person-Centered Thinking Training

The Colorado Office of Employment First is pleased to offer Person-Centered Thinking training! This training is ideal for any organization that has not taken a training in Person-Centered Thinking or needs to get new staff trained. The target audience includes all staff, at all levels across an organization, and is even great for board members. Person-Centered Thinking is about enhancing skills to better support people, and organizing what is learned to share it with others. This is a great professional development training for any business/organization. If you are interested in learning more or scheduling a training, please complete our Interest Form below.

This training program can be delivered in-person spread out across two full 8-hour days of training. Or delivered virtually, in six sessions, that are an average of 3-hours each.

The minimum attendance requirement is set at 12 participants, which are necessary to complete the fun and engaging activities and group work, and the maximum in attendance at one training session is set at 40.

If you have questions, please email the trainer Dr. Tiffany Cron at

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The Colorado Office of Employment First sits under JFK Partners, the state’s University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, a program of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Its creation was envisioned by Colorado Employment First Advisory Partnership (EFAP), a multi-state agency and stakeholder-led collaborative, and was made possible, in part, by funding from the Colorado Legislature and generously matched through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE).

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