(Frequently Asked Questions)

We want you to provide professional development services to our school. What are your fees?

My rates depend on many factors, including:

  • whether you are looking for a workshop or a hands-on workshop;
  • the appropriate length of the speaking engagment or workshop;
  • where you are located; and
  • how many participants will receive the training.

Not sure how best to support your team? We are more than happy to discuss the various options with you and find a package that best suits your needs.

Please contact my support team and tell us more about your needs. We will work with you to identify the best approach, and the corresponding fees for these services.

Is your professional development suited to all kind of teachers? Kindergarten, primary and high school teachers?

Yes. My workshops address topics that all teachers see in their classrooms – anxiety, aggression, apathy, disrespect, bullying, etc. – regardless of the age group or subject that they teach.

My workshops unpack these behaviours, and provide teachers with strategies to address these challenges in their classrooms in age-appropriate ways.

We loved your workshops, and now we want to book you for a hands-on workshop. However, most of our staff are not fit, and one of our staff is in a wheel-chair – will this be a problem?

Not even a bit! Every hands-on workshop has been created to be as inclusive as possible. Every activity works for every participant – even those in wheel chairs and with limited mobility.

We have a conference coming up. Do you offer keynotes? If so, what are your fees?

As a keynote speaker, I frequently address large audiences at conferences for educators and other professionals that work with children and youth in their daily lives. Fees vary depending on the size and location of the conference. Learn more here.

We see that you often work with educators. We are a team of social workers/ counsellors/community workers/program leaders that work with children and youth. Can you provide training for us as well?

Absolutely! My keynotes and workshops are geared to any helping professionals that work with children and youth.

Do you have a blog?

Yes! I love blogging, and use my blog to highlight various topics of interest for those that work with children. You can sign up for it here.

Many of your educational resources have the word dance in the title. I have never danced in my life – and know nothing about facilitating dance in my classroom! Can I use these resources with the children I work with?

Yes! Yes! Yes!

I wrote the I Can Dance series specifically to support teachers and helping professionals with NO movement or dance experience. I wanted everyone that works with children to be able to bring dance to their learning community, because it is an amazing way to help children express themselves, experience emotional release, and build community.

The books are incredibly easy to use. Not only do they have a facilitators guide, but they come with CDs with voice-over tracks that take your students through the exercises directly. You can simply read the book aloud to your students, and then play the CD to allow ME to facilitate the rest of the activity. I will lead the way. It truly is that easy!

We see you do team building and facilitate workshops for corporations and workplaces, do you only do these for educational institutions?


Psychological safety is important in the workplace. It is critical in creating an environment where team members feel comfortable and empowered to contribute, collaborate, and learn. This leads to higher levels of creativity, innovation, and overall job satisfaction, as well as improved problem solving, and decision making.

If you’re looking for management & operational advisory, facilitation, or strategic planning, I now collaborate with Monica Chohan and her team at Wilbrod House Consulting to design and deliver complex facilitation and group experiences. We advise and support organizational leaders to foster group safety in the workplace.

To learn more about this work, please visit the wilbrodhouse.com website.

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