Mentors & Role Play Instructors

Carder-Jackson, Sharon
Contact Email:
hikepacker@hotmail.com
Phone Number:
(816) 213-3519
What is your highest faculty level?:
Senior Instructor
Bio:
Sharon is a William Glasser Advanced Instructosr and a member of the GIFCT- US Board. She serves on the Glasser Quality School (GQS) Committee and serves as the Mid-America representative. She is a lifelong educator serving in classrooms, special needs students in a resource setting, and as a Process Coordinator for Special Education. Sharon lives just north of Kansas City, Missouri and enjoys anything that involves playing in the dirt or otherwise known as gardening. She also enjoys sewing projects, especially quilting.
Dunkin, Mona
Contact Email:
monadunkin@gmail.com
Phone Number:
(254) 749-6594
What is your highest faculty level?:
Basic Instructor
Bio:
Mona Dunkin specializes in maximum people development, training individuals to be productive by developing better communication skills, organizational abilities, goal setting, conflict resolution, office protocol, and relationship skills. Mona presents concepts that inspire people to think and co-create, thereby, overcoming difficult situations. Through her gentle guidance, her clients are inspired to develop their full potential.

With Mona as your Choice Theory Coach, you will see yourself, your circumstance, and your life differently. Different, meaning doable, competent, joyful, healthy, abundant, happy, fulfilled… and the list goes on.
• Encourages you to embrace every challenge with courage and grace
• Raise your sights and revel in accomplishment
• Free nagging limiting beliefs that keep you spinning the same ole same ole
• Understand the mystery of “thoughts become things”
• To explore, learn, process for continued professional growth

Through Mona’s excellent training, you will learn
• To manage yourselves and influence others
• That motivation is an inside job; learn the value of intrinsic inspiration
• Relationship development is key. Has there ever been anyone you would do anything for? Has there ever been anyone you would do nothing for? Do you know that the only difference in the two is relationship?
• Acquire how to treat and be treated with respect
• Know that all are a part of the problem and all are a part of the solution
• Understand the power of self-evaluation. Change happens through the on-going practice of awareness coupled with effective strategies.

Allow Mona’s training to assist in your everyday personal and professional life. Change occurs through the on-going practice of awareness coupled with effective strategies. Create a quality world in which you feel safe, accepted, respected, and experiences life as interesting, fun, and worthwhile. Results are happiness, grace, competency, and increased bottom line.

You cannot motivate people, but people are motivated! They become self-motivated when a solution is seen to meet an individual need.
With clients, I find that knowledge is not the problem. Action is. Together we will strike accord already resonating in your being whereby you motivate yourself. I am the coach. I lead you to trust yourself and thus to lead yourself.

You are the boss. I am the encourager, the enlarger. The more you learn to generously define your life and capabilities, the sooner the world is your oyster.

Everyone has a story. I would like to share in yours. Let us work together for a happier ending.
Herrick, Nancy
Contact Email:
ndherrick@msn.com
Phone Number:
(336) 407-8311
What is your highest faculty level?:
Senior Instructor
Bio:
A Senior Instructor and Program Consultant for the William Glasser Institute, Ms. Herrick has been training in the certification and faculty programs for more than two decades. She served eight years on the William Glasser International Board of Directors and has been active in creating new programs and courses. She co-authored the TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE course that is offered in more than 20 countries and in seven languages. Ms. Herrick is a contributing author to the Get Happier Project curriculum for Glasser Quality Schools, and two of the online courses now available through the institute. Ms. Herrick is a retired school counselor, special education teacher and vocational coordinator.
Klefman, Ashley Judith
Contact Email:
JudithKlefmanCTRT@Gmail.com
Phone Number:
(503) 887-1492
What is your highest faculty level?:
Senior Instructor
Bio:
Although Judith knew about Dr. Glasser in the late 1960’s, she didn’t begin her formal training toward Certification until 1978. She became a member of the “teaching faculty” in 1980 and achieved Senior Faculty status in 1991. Dr. Glasser personally approved Judith at every level.

Judith has an eclectic background having worked in social services for over 50 years in fields like public welfare, child welfare, domestic and international adoptions, geriatric care management, guardianship and emergency response for vulnerable adults. Before she was involved with Glasser’s work she was a classroom teacher and “social worker” at a jail. In other words, Judith’s clients have ranged from nurseries to nursing homes.

Remaining active in The Institute since 1979, Judith has presented at conferences in the United States, Canada and Slovenia. She is a past Board Member of what is now the Glasser Institute for Choice Theory – US. Currently she is the President of the NW Region of GIFCT-US and serves on the GIFCT Marketing Committee.

Judith’s teaching style is informal although thorough in presenting and explaining the concepts you will be learning through discussion of the material and the role plays in this online course.
Loughran, Mary
Contact Email:
mfloughran@gmail.com
Phone Number:
(571) 228-6072
What is your highest faculty level?:
Basic Instructor
Bio:
I am a veteran teacher of 35 years at the middle and high school level. I currently work for Cana Academy, a resource for teachers and schools looking for curriculum content and teacher training, grades Pre-K through 12. In that capacity, I write curriculum and work with faculty across the country to develop richer content for their courses and more effective teaching strategies, including work with at risk populations.
I also work as a mentor for men and women who want to adopt more effective behaviors in the relationships. With the young and old(er :), I enjoy talking about and learning more CT/RT/LM.
My husband Michael and I have raised four wonderful children and have offered a home to foster children and others in need of a home.