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8 Responses to “Client Feedback”

November 03, 2009 at 8:48 pm, Maria Johsnton said:

Thank you Kimberley and the Quirky Kid. You have been really supportive and professional. I love your website as well.

Regards

MJ

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November 03, 2009 at 8:49 pm, Rick Barley said:

Just attended the evening for COG at Salamander Bay, Port Stephens with Dr Kimberley presenting a great display and a load of info. Was very informative and lots of tools to take away and use at home. Thank you Kimberley and Jacqui. This ‘remote’ community needs your assistance and insight. I appreciate you t…ravelling up and back to Sydney and hope that it will be the first of many successful visits to the Bay.
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November 05, 2009 at 2:11 pm, Lizette Campbell said:

Thanks so much – just received the JLW card set. Beautifully presented and illustrated, with a lovely feel to the cards. I will enjoy using them in therapy.

Lizette Campbell – Principal Psychologist @ Lizette Campbell & Associates

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November 23, 2009 at 7:30 am, Carol said:

Hi, just congratulating you on a very informative and easy to use website.
Carol.

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April 28, 2010 at 10:33 am, Meg Wright said:

I’ve just opened the exquisitely packed resource cards and am  blown away by just how brilliant they are: beautiful, unique and touching so many real situations…like nothing I’ve seen.

I just had to write to say thanks! I’m excited about how we can use them in our Wellbeing classes, working with small groups and with individualn
kids. Thanks also for getting them to me so quickly.

Meg Wright
Wellbeing Teacher
St Peter Julian Eymard School

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July 20, 2010 at 10:47 am, Elke said:

My son Connor attended a workshop in Melbourne early in the Year. Two days after the clinic Connor was to start at a new school.

Connor learnt a few tips at the workshop which we spoke about on the way home in the car. During the first term at his new school we revisited that same conversation several times to reinforce the things he learnt.

Connors new skill set has helped him shine at his new school. He now has a few friendship groups to choose from when he plays instead of walking around alone each day at lunch time and snack.

This has obviously rolled over into his learning which is also fantastic. His report was brilliant and he is travelling in leaps and bounds. Tonight he told me how he went and had a meeting with the Assistant Principal today about ideas he has for the school. As a result the AP has invited him onto the junior School Council, a position where usually peers vote for their representative. The AP has skipped this procedure and asked could he go.

A big thankyou to Kimberley, Connor couldn’t have done it without you.

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September 20, 2010 at 11:56 am, Mary Shannon said:

I love using cards as a therapeutic tool, conversation starter and alternative means to access narratives about children lives and experiences. Love using your cards, and I have just purchased a series of the “Just like when” cards which are stunningly beautiful and aesthetically engaging.

Mary Shannon
School Counsellor

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January 05, 2011 at 9:48 pm, Sandra Gilbert said:

I am happy to have found such an excellent site. I am an early childhood educator- 20 years, now studying counseling. Your site offers much. Thanks.
I am about to subscribe to keep in touch with your workshops.

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