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I am a high-energy, strength-based consultant and coach focused on helping educators build relationships, and increase engagement and retention in students PK-12. Since 1999 I been working in school districts, and mental health facilities across the US. Beginning Feb 2020 (COVID Pandemic), I have trained over 2200 hours virtually (global) and 1000 hours in person (CDC guidelines). I offer simple tools that are easy to customize and sustained. All methods are rooted in modern-day neuroscience and psychology.
About Christiana Frank
Christiana Frank is a certified speaker, coach, consultant, and program developer. For the past 20 years, she has been helping corporate teams, educational institutions, and mental health facilities connect to themselves, each other, and the world at large. Mrs. Frank is the founder of both KidScape Productions and Team Building on Purpose that utilize evidence-based approaches to help people hone in on successful communication that draws from modern-day neuroscience and psychology. Since 1999 she has been designing, and leading training’s with a mindful approach to collaboration, communication, and creativity. Mrs. Frank’s passion is deeply rooted in facilitating teams and individuals to communicate effectively and feel confident with ambiguity and change.
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