About Coach Jae
From coaching with one of the largest school districts in Northern California to becoming a sought out facilitator/presenter, Janecia Rolland continues to bridge the gap between Trauma and equity as she shares her expertise in restorative practices. Janecia provides thought-provoking training within a co-created safe space to educate all to speak the same language through Collaborative Language Systems.
Janecia’s theory of training leadership, educators, students, parents, and community members with the same training but tailored to the specific demographic, yields mind-blowing results in building inclusive, diverse, and trauma-sensitive school spaces. Janecia focuses on areas of restorative mindset, mental health, de-escalation, equity, trauma, absenteeism, disproportionality, social-emotional development/learning, data collection, parent involvement, race, diversity, inclusion, facilitating/navigating challenging conversations, and creating trauma-sensitive spaces for all.
With over 15 years in the education, corporate and non-profit field, Janecia supports understanding of the significance of how trauma and biases may impact our daily interactions and how the utilization of a restorative mindset can counter trauma and our biases. She's passionate about youth, leadership, and building healthy families.
Janecia has obtained a Master's Degree as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Professional Clinical Counseling, from Brandman University, and is registered with the Board of Behavioral Science and MFT/PCC with the Board of Behavioral Sciences. Janecia has also received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and holds a minor in Sociology, from the California State University of San Bernardino. Janecia has over 15 years of experience working in education, providing consulting and therapy services in K-12, a trauma-informed care center, youth/peer groups, and private practice. Janecia works with a diverse population that includes; at-promise youth, students, parents, and educators as she supports all in creating inclusive and safe spaces to become “whole.”
“We first have to acknowledge and identify trauma, in order to become more equitable.” -Janecia Rolland, MFT, PCC