Donna Clark Love is a nationally recognized expert and trainer in the areas of Bully Prevention and Student Assistance Programs (SAP). Some of her credits include developing and facilitating substance abuse and violence prevention programs for fifty-three schools in Spring Branch ISD in Houston, Texas. She is a certified trainer for Stephen Covey's "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People", a Bullying Prevention Program trainer and a trainer for Student Assistance Programs.
PEOPLE Magazine interviewed Donna for a "Bullying Prevention" article and featured her in the March 2005 issue as an expert in this field.
Donna has been featured on the NBC Today Show and the NBC Evening News with Tom Brokaw to highlight successful prevention/intervention programs and also has been interviewed by Forbes Magazine on Bully Prevention. In October 2003, she was asked to highlight Bullying Prevention Programs at the National Department of Education Conference in Washington, DC. She is frequently asked to conduct administrative, teacher in-service trainings and parent/community presentations.
She also has presented at numerous conferences and conventions. She recently was the keynote speaker for the Texas Social Workers' Conference and the National Student Assistance Program Conference.
Donna captivates her audiences by integrating brain-based strategies in her training programs to create spirited, productive and participatory sessions. Her Accelerated Learning Training is being utilized by school districts who desire to improve academic performance and raise student test scores.
How to Contact:
Donna Clark Love, Consultant/Trainer
15015 Kimberley Lane Houston, Texas 77079
Donna is available to come to your school or community and present the following training sessions. The length of each workshop is based on your particular requests. If you have any questions about workshop descriptions, training fees, or how to schedule, contact Donna at (281) 467-4861 or by email at email@example.com
The Bully, the Bullied, or the Bystander:
The difference between Boy and "Mean" Girl Bullying Behaviors & School Intervention Strategies
Waging Peace: How to Empower 70%-85% of students that are neither the bullies nor victims
Click to Inflict: Internet Safety for all students and a look at how technology is used to bully, intimidate and harass others
Dancing With Darkness: Enter the world of club drugs, raves and prescription drug use
HELP ME! Student Support Groups: A powerful vehicle of transformation for students
Current Drug Trends: What every educator needs to know<
Acknowledging The Elephant in Our Living Room:
A look at chemically dependent families
Stephen Covey's Seven Habits for Highly Effective Professionals
True Colors: A proven framework for team development & " how to" tips to get along with difficult people will be presented
"I am Just Fine": An Experiential Look at Stress Management & Compassion Fatigue in Educators
Accelerated Learning: How to incorporate brain-based teaching in any setting
Prevention Through Asset Building: The Power of One to help, to heal, to support, to challenge, and to change the lives of students
From a Spark to a Flame: Student Assistance Program Development
The " Ah-Ha" Challenge for new SAP Coordinators: How to Design, Implement, & Sustain an Effective, Dynamic, & Comprehensive Student Assistance Program<
Kindling the Flame for Effective Communication & Teambuilding
Reviving, Renewing, or Re-energizing your Student Assistance Program