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Our Clients

The key to successful consultation is client satisfaction. We tailor our workshops and seminars to meet the needs of our individual clients.
Of course we want to provide the most current research-based information. But in addition, we want people to have fun during our
presentations and leave rejuvenated and confident that they can more effectively deal with individuals with challenging behaviors.

The following is a sampling of comments Dr.'s Maag and Kemp have received from clients. At the bottom of the page is a partial client

What Others Are Saying

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  • “Dr. Maag’s passion and expertise are refreshing. He involves the
    audience in a fun and witty way using tons of examples and metaphors.”
    (Beech Street Elementary School, Cortez, CO).
  • “As a parent [I can say that] John Maag will make you laugh but will
    also give you tools to help your child.” (Vermont Parent Information
  • “Your message to over 500 employees has received phenomenal reviews. We
    laughed, we cried and we learned. . . Dr. Maag, you have given us a
    fresh perspective in which to view and help students with challenging
    behaviors.” (Humboldt County School District, Winnemucca, NV).
  • “Dr. John Maag opened our school year with great laughter and
    insightful wisdom . . . The entire staff rolled from one line to the
    next and genuinely enjoyed the session. He caused people to remember
    why they want to teach, to appreciate each other and to take themselves
    less seriously.” (Northeast Independent School District, San Antonio,
  • “This presentation left me feeling renewed and excited about teaching
    kids with challenging behaviors.” (Skyview Community School, Oakdale,
  • “Strap on your seatbelt and be ready to experience hyperdrive. Dr.
    Maag is one of the most entertaining and dynamic speakers I have ever
    heard” (Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO).
  • “John Maag challenges traditional premises about resistant behavior,
    will expand you understanding and knowledge, and do more . . . much
    more.” (Pyrtle Elementary School, Lincoln, NE).
  • “Your combination of humor, relevant stories, and practical no-nonsense
    approach left the audience feeling renewed, inspired, and motivated to
    meet the challenges of teaching children in today’s schools.” (A.E.R.O
    Special Education Cooperative, Burbank, IL)
  • “You are an inspiration, funny to the bone, and a speaker who just
    cannot be beat.” (Council for Children with Learning Disabilities,
    Charlotte, NC)
  • “Not only is John energetic, but he actually gave very useful methods
    and tools and not just ‘feel good’ theory.” (Betty Adams Elementary
    School, Golden, CO)

Partial Client List

Education & Related Associations:
•Council for Learning Disabilities •Michigan Council for Special Education Administrators •Colorado School Social Workers Assoc. •Vermont Parent Information Assoc. •Colorado Department of Education •Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavioral Disorders •Behavioral Institute for Children and Adolescents •Nebraska Council for School Administrators •Colorado Council for Exceptional Children •Nevada Department of Education •Minnesota Department of Children, Families, and Learning •Parent Network and Resource Center•Kentucky Department of Education •Utah State University •Indiana Department of Education •Texas Council for Special Education Administrators •Gerard Treatment Programs •University of Georgia •Alliance of Approved Private Schools •Arizona Council for Exceptional Children •Utah Learning Resource Center •Minnesota Youth Intervention Programs Assoc. •Love & Logic •Nebraska Department of Education •Michigan Council for Exceptional Children.

School Districts:
•Bandera (TX) •Beatrice (NE) •Brainerd (MN)•Brazosport (TX) •Browning (MT) •Burbank (IL) •Carbondale (IL) •Denver (CO) •Farmington (MN) •Franklin Park (IL) •Grand Rapids (MI)•Germantown (WI) •Hawley (MN) •Humboldt (NV) •Jackson (MI) •Kansas City (MO) •Kilgore (TX) •Lafayette (IN)•Meeker (CO) •Mt. Pleasant (MI) •Mt. Prospect (IL) •Napoleon (ND) •Ponca (NE) •Rantoul (IL) •Redsprings (NC) •San Angelo (TX) •San Antonio (TX) •Sauk Rapids (MN) •Sheridan (CO) •Topeka (KS) •Wadena (MN) •Waterville (ME) •Wichita (KS) •Winnebago (NE).

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