Point by Point
Centerpoint Facilitation Inc. specializes in training, facilitation and consultation. We work with individuals, organizations and businesses using Person-Centered Approaches to increase productivity and quality of life in the workplace and at home.
Bringing People Together
A business wanted to develop a Strategic Plan.
Centerpoint facilitated this organization through a process to develop vision and mission statements. We then worked with the business to establish goals and objectives. From there we worked together to develop a concrete action plan.
The business now has a strategic plan to work on over the next year. Goals and outcomes have been clearly identified and progress can be easily monitored.
Due to a high rate of staff turnover, the team of a non-profit agency was not working cohesively.
Centerpoint was asked to come and conduct Team Building exercises. The training focused on what is important to the team and how they want to support each other. The training allowed for ongoing team development and easily led into other relevant training, such as Person-Centered Thinking, Positive and Productive Meetings and Person-Centered Supervision.
The Team expressed newfound understanding of each other and noted that they were able to support each other as a Team in new ways. Conflict was reduced within the Team. Work production increased.
Person Centered Planning
One of the people that is supported under Housing First was about to lose their housing and the people who support them were unsure what to do next.
Centerpoint invited all people who support this person in any capacity, including family and friends to attend a Person Centered Plan.
Through the input and discussion of everyone involved, by having a structured way to work through a process and put the person first, a solution was found for this person to keep their housing. Action steps were developed in order to maintain the housing long term.
The Centerpoint Team
“As a foundational principle, our Person-Centered Approach starts with our own team. We value and respect our team members as individuals, and we invite you to explore our team pages to get to know us.”
Tammy Ouellette, Owner/Director
Tammy OuelletteCEO & Housing First-Team Lead
Keifer OuelletteAdmin Support
Dianna WrightJust Enough Supports, Program Facilitator
Jackie BoivinHousing Loss Prevention, Team Lead & Community Liaison
Joy LussierHousing First Case Manager
Maria PattersonHousing First Case Manager
Rhonda SmithCase Manager, Rapid Rehousing Program
Angelina MukagaCase Manager, Rapid Rehousing Program
Kathleen RappelCase Manager, Housing Loss Prevention Program
Our Person-Centered Approach
It is our role to help people create less complicated lives and still achieve the results for which they are striving. A Person-Centered Approach holds the value that we are ‘people’ first and is the foundation for assisting organizations in their strategic planning and individuals in their life planning.
A culture in which people have a voice that is respected.
To promote, to live and to support a person-centered culture that increases well being and quality of life.
We believe in a learning environment and the rich learning that comes from both positive and negative experiences.
We believe in enabling collaboration and partnerships.
We thrive on creativity and curiosity. We love to try new things.
We believe that people already unknowingly hold the answers which we can help them to discover.
We believe in providing people with options, not solutions.
The Centerpoint Experience
Love working with Centerpoint! Their ideas are fresh and creative. I always come away from their sessions with new information, ideas or approaches.
Cheryl Bjorklund, CEONorthwest Alberta's Person's with Developmental Disabilities
Our FCSS team has used Centerpoint Facilitation many times to lead us through various processes. They are professional and join in thoroughly prepared for the day with activities that make us think, work and have fun and ultimately guide us to our destination.
Kathleen Turner, FCSS DirectorCounty of Grande Prairie