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South Dakota Seminar Testimonials

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“Interesting and I agree–we (society) need to focus more on making kids stronger instead of making marshmallows!” – Jill Belt, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12)

“Izzy is a wonderful presenter who is very engaging. Found great points and ideas to use with my clients and families. Really enjoyed seminar!” – Linda Cimpl, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12) 

“Very educational and entertaining.” – JoEllen Wieseler, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12) 

“Good presentation, great sense of humor, techniques appropriate for use over a wide range of problems. Thank you!” – David Cahill, Social Worker, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12) 

“Refreshing to learn something other than the same old tips and pointers for managing anger–none of which work. It’s most interesting that after years of ‘education,’ we’re relearning everything I learned in Sunday school as a child. Thank you!” – Melissa Hoyt, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12)

“This bullying program, targeting Anger, does a great job of empowering people. Insults are only as harmful as you allow them to be. In one fell swoop, you can take the wind out of an angry person’s sail be not being the enemy, but in fact, a very good friend.” – C.L. Counselor/Educator, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12)

“I enjoyed this seminar very much. I learned techniques that I can put to practical use right away. Mr. Kalman’s presentation was done in a way that I can see the role-plays, understand what is taking place, and remember this experience in the future. Thank you for a very good seminar.” – Robin Roder, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (9.13.12)

“I thoroughly enjoyed this workshop. Very useful information that I’m anxious to take back and implement in our.” – JoEllen Wieseler, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Very interesting, and enjoyable as well as funny and very helpful for me to use in my practice. I am anxious to get to work and try out this new and wonderful resource.” – Lois Holmes, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Anxious to try these techniques–thanks for the role-playing. Entertaining and educational.” – Paula Farley, Educator, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“This was amazingly practical and applicable! Thank you for giving us you, instead of a Power Point.” – Elaine Doll-Dunn, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“The interventions make sense and are easy to apply.” – Ryan Vondrak, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Excellent thought-provoking ideas. Practical suggestions and examples.” – Donna Veurink, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Thank you. I work in an elementary school and I have been looking for more ways to empower our students not to be victims.” – Annie Falk, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Excellent seminar!” – K.H., Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“At last, a bullying prevention program that is simple and based on common sense approaches! I look forward to bringing this back to my school and teachers because I know they will be receptive!” – Anna Eidem, Counselor/Educator, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Excellent presentation. I finally have some ways to help some of my students.” – Carolyn Strobel, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Wonderful! You have validated my thoughts. I have struggled with how we ‘deal’ with bullies in school. Can’t wait to take this back to work!” – A.F., Counselor/Educator, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (11.12.09)

“Awesome! I will use this everyday as a clinical therapist.” – Linda Logan, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (5.2.06)

“Great way to ‘re-think’ the roles of bully/victim! Easy way to tell/teach/relay information to teachers and administrators. Workable ideas for all ages! Great to get rid of the ‘victim/bully’ roles that we place people in!” – “Barbara Christensen, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (5.2.06)

“One of my frustrations in working with kids has been in working with those who are bullied. They want me to change the bully. I spend time explaining to them why I can’t change someone else but I can help (the bullied) work on his/her response to the bully. This workshop has given me valid ideas and hand-on techniques to work with students. I also feel validated in my thoughts and feelings. I believe that there are many things within the workbook that I need to study and review. There’s a ton of information to pursue. Thank you for time.” – Name Withheld, Counselor/Educator, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (5.2.06)

“Izzy’s philosophy was so true. I can’t wait to try it at our school.” – Julie Brinckmeyer, Counselor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (5.2.06)
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