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“Enjoyable and thought-provoking. A good, new slant on an old, difficult topic.” – Mark Mollica, Psychologist, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13

“Confirmed what I use in therapy and validated its usefulness. Enjoyed interactive role-plays as a means of employing therapeutic techniques.” – Jacqueline Martin, Marriage and Family Therapist, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13)

“It’s always nice to attend courses that are not full of theory. Good, ‘practical’ everyday stuff.” – F. Neil Folks, Grief Companion, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13)

“Enjoyable and thought-provoking. A good, new slant on an old, difficult topic.” – Mark Mollica, Psychologist, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13)“I learned quite a bit. It was interesting and humorous, and very educational.” – Iliana Carveo, Counselor, Colorado Springs, Colorado (10.1.13)

“Confirmed what I use in therapy and validated its usefulness. Enjoyed interactive role-plays as a means of employing therapeutic techniques.” – Jacqueline Martin, Marriage and Family Therapist, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13)“It’s always nice to attend courses that are not full of theory. Good, ‘practical’ everyday stuff.” – F. Neil Folks, Grief Companion, Denver, Colorado (10.2.13)

“I learned quite a bit. It was interesting and humorous, and very educational.” – Iliana Carveo, Counselor, Colorado Springs, Colorado (10.1.13)

“I believe most models of treatment are very intellectual and heady and this technique is down to earth and simple. It’s refreshing.” – Caitlin Minino, Behavior Coach, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Excellent seminar! Subject was so needed and well presented!” – Gary Engen, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Song was great! Very effective teaching tool. I will recommend this to colleagues. Came 200+ miles each way–and it was worth it!” – Vernon Kirk, Psychologist, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Izzy did a great job. I look forward to implementing his anger control role play techniques. It will make a significant change for my clients.” – Douglas Finley, Social Worker, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Very helpful. I will use these techniques over and over.” – Mary McBride, Nurse/Counselor, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Excellent seminar. Presented basic knowledge in an excellent, powerful manner. Manual is well written and will be an excellent resource worth every $.” – Jody Knoell, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“One of the best presentations I have heard on this specific subject and the larger subject of how we as a society struggle with the topic of bullying.” – Frederick Hoon, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“More pertinent than ever before!” – Dennis Udlinek, Social Worker, Denver, Colorado (8.27.12)

“Very engaging speaker – very thoughtful and well researched. Very enjoyable. Thank you.” – Christine Gehman, Social Worker, Denver, Colorado (9.1.09)

“Good to clarify the points of dealing with “the now.” Very well presented – professional, efficient, covering a lot of ground in a short time.” – Miranda Middleton, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (9.1.09)

“Refreshing perspective, simple principle, but very helpful – simple is good.” – Jane Sutliff, Psychologist, Denver, Colorado (9.1.09)

“This is fabulous!” – Lana Frankenfield, Social Worker/Marriage and Family Therapist, Denver, Colorado (9.1.09)

“Thank you for finally addressing the issues in a way that makes sense and will actually solve the problem! I always believed the way we are trying to address the problem is wrong and is definitely not working but making it worse – but no one wants to hear this! I look forward to using the game and role plays and rules with my own children and the kids and adults I work with! Thank you!” – Ann Schumaker, Social Worker, Colorado Springs, Colorado (1.17.06)

“Very interesting concepts and presentation. Good combination of lecture and experiential exercise. Many of the concepts were things I already practice, but haven’t ever broken down to understand why and how they work. Thanks!” – Claudia Alonzo, Marriage and Family Therapist, Colorado Springs, Colorado (1.17.06)

“Two of us came from our school’s counseling department. We’ve already brainstormed some ways of spreading this info school-wide. It’s very important – and I love the pro-active approach! Thank you!” – Julie Haeflinger, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (1.18.06)

“This fantastic seminar taught me practical, useful skills to immediately use in my classroom. Izzy’s seminar and style were such fun, so enlightening and so helpful that I left feeling empowered to teach students (and my own children) how to handle bullies. As an adult, I learned how to handle difficult adults in my life. Thank you, Izzy!” – Nicole Dewell, Educator, Denver, Colorado (1.18.06)

“Very interesting and different approach. I will take this back to my staff and patients and believe it will help with the angst so many children experience. The written materials are excellent, well written and easy to follow/implement. It was well worth the day’s time out of the office. I also like how he always starts on time.” – Daniel Hoffman, Neuropsychiatrist/Medical Director, Neuro -Therapy Clinic, Denver, Colorado (1.18.06)

“Keep articulating this loud and clear. I work with several schools that have spent money, lots of it, on ‘Bully Proofing.’ These programs have little of no effect and suck energy out of staff and students alike.” – Michael Monnet, Counselor/Marriage and Family Therapist, Denver, Colorado (1.18.06)

“Wonderful, valuable and usable information. I found the sociological ideas fascinating and helpful.” – Carol Gordon, Social Worker, Denver, Colorado (1.18.06)

“I liked this “new” approach…it is unfortunate that these common sense principles are controversial in our current culture. I wonder how to implement these strategies without backlash.” – Jill Taylor, Counselor, Denver, Colorado (11.10.04)

“Very good! Controversial! These ideas will work for me – I’ve never liked the ‘us against them’ mentality of ‘bully-proofing’.” – H.H., Counselor, Denver, Colorado (11.10.04)

“Shock therapy – I loved the different focus – very refreshing. Because we deal with this so much at school, I feel frustrated when I apply traditional ways with no positive outcomes. We are a feeder middle school for Columbine High School and I love empowering kids. Great ideas.” – J.K., Counselor, Denver, Colorado (11.10.04)

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