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Probably the most important seminar I have ever attended.
There is no handbook for parenting. Dr. Michele Borba consistently gives parents insightful and useful advice on ways to deal with children
As part of our ongoing efforts to heighten the awareness of the dangers of gang life, we have worked closely with Dr. Borba’s materials. For two years, over 7,500 students were exposed to her program and the results have contributed to an overall reduction in violent crimes and school expulsions by 25.6%.
You had everyone glued to what you were saying.
I have never witnessed such energy, enthusiasm and practical examples all rolled into one single speaker.
Michele Borba is an inspiring educator, an experienced parent, and a terrific writer. She has identified the core issues for parenting moral kids and presented them with passion, wit and enormous practicality.
Michele Borba articulates the core traits that build and promote responsible citizenship among the young and old alike.
Thank you so much for your help and valuable input concerning our documentary on parenting entitled, “New and Improved Kids” As the credit for our program reflects, we heartily endorse you as a self-esteem expert; and on a personal note, you were always a joy to work with.
Grounded in solid research, her message has the potential to truly help parents help their children be more successful in school and in life.
I have always had the highest regard for your work. You have demonstrated truly outstanding skills in your live seminars, reaching thousands of teachers who have, in turn reached tens of thousands of students.