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Wandering Traveler


Have you ever wondered why people do what they do or even asked yourself why you did something that seemed like an overreaction in hindsight? The ideas of Dr. William Glasser's Choice Theory™ clearly explain human behavior so simply and clearly, you can practice these skills as soon as you walk out the door. 

A Basic Intensive  Training in Choice Theory is a 27 hour, interactive group that meets over 4 days. I promise, the time goes by quickly and you will not be bored!

Some things you'll walk away with:

-Learn powerful strategies to calmly manage the things in your life that you get frustrated about..
-Develop coping mechanisms to take control back in your life.
-You will no longer be a victim of your past, your emotions or your life circumstances.
-Improve the significant relationships you have with the important people in your life.
-Learn strategies for more effectively getting what you want in life.

Reality therapy is a short-term approach with long-term results. If you are a counselor and you learn how to use it, you will be teaching your clients Choice Theory® so they can begin to use the process with themselves. It's also uselful to use when speaking to loved ones and/or co-workers. Reality therapy helps people move from a victim role to empowered self-reliance. This is an interactive workshop, where you will be practicing the skills you learned. 

                For School Administrators & Teachers

The Quality School Program is an initiative that will change the entire culture of your school. There are currently twenty (20) Glasser-approved Quality Schools—some are secondary, some are elementary, some are public, some are private, some are special education schools, some are in wealthy communities and some are in areas of poverty. These concepts and ideas transcend culture and socio-economic status.

             Company Leaders and Decision Makers

Choice Theoryhas assisted many companies with implementing the concepts and principles of Choice Theory (CT) in the workplace over the years. Their reasons ranged from mere curiosity to desiring a total immersion of their company into the concepts and principles of Choice Theory. Those companies that were committed to learning the Choice Theory model and implementing it correctly received surprising results.

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