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Trainer

Allow Dr. Guillory to assist your staff and organization with her signature techniques. She trains on over 10 different topics.

"Dr. G knows exactly what to say, but beyond content, she knows how to say what she has to say. With tough subjects, she has her audience crying one minute and howling with laughter the next. She has the rare ability to “get inside your head and heart” to unlock the power of each person’s potential. She is a very unusual group therapist and team builder. Dr. G is motivational, well-informed, incredibly smart, and totally proficient. Whether your event is designed to raise funds for y our organization, to train up your team or to heal the wounds of battle received while working in y our sector, Dr. G is a resource person you should get to know. Her authenticity and her creativity combine to make her an extremely gifted and effective communicator, coach and counselor. In short, you can’t go wrong with Dr. G!” 

LARRY JAMES, CEO OF CITY SQUARE

TRAININGS HAVE FOUR STAGES

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CONNECTION & FUN

2

EVIDENCE BASED CONTENT

3

SELF-REFLECTION

4

STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT RIGHT AWAY

A SIGNATURE AND MOST POPULAR COMPONENT OF TRAININGS CONDUCTED BY DR. GUILLORY IS THE MOVEMENT AND INTERACTION.

TRAINING IS 3-3.5 HOURS (THERE IS SOME TIME FLEXIBILITY)  | OPTIONAL TRAINING 2.0 INCLUDES 1-3 FOLLOW UP SESSIONS

SIGNATURE TOPICS

SELF CARE IS NOT SELFISH

Working on no longer being in captivity to activity and knowing the importance of rest, Dr. Guillory wants to encourage others to take care of self while having some fun. Burnout is a word too many know but at times feel guilty when taking a break. If one is operating on 10% or fumes, how in the world can he/she give 100% to clients? Using concepts on rest along with some of Dr. Brene Brown's study on vulnerability and self-judgment commentary on asking for help, this interactive workshop highlights why we don't ask for help, how to ask for help, and why it's important to ask for help and take a break. Participants will be guided through various activities in order to assist them in uncovering why asking for help might be difficult as well as creating a self-care plan.

YOU HELP OTHERS, BUT YOU FIND IT

HARD TO ASK FOR HELP

PUBLIC SPEAKING...the REMIX

DIALOGUE VS. DEBATE

DIALOGUE seeks to find commonality, dialogue seeks to understand.

DEBATE seeks to prove that one is correct.

Solution Focused Interviewing components:

  • “the client is the expert”

  • “ the stance of the posture of not knowing”

 

3 steps to healthy communication

  1. Seeking to Understand rather than respond

  2. It’s ok to disagree

  3. Using the Silence

We’ve all heard of the 5 Love languages. The 5 communication languages will be

presented

  • Body Language

  • Email and Text Communication

  • Top 10 Communication Mistakes people make

Have you ever been overwhelmed after helping or learning the story of a client? Those in the helping profession assist their clients/students more than many know; staying after hours, spending their own money, taking work home with them, getting to know the families and much more. As much as people like to look at these individuals as superheros, they are human and get tired. In this workshop, Dr. Guillory will seek to provide tips on self care and burnout intervention and present the concept of Compassion Fatigue. Dr. Guillory hopes to be able to pour into the professionals s as they pour out so much of themselves in the mission to educate and empower their students. In this very interactive session, participants can plan to develop a self care plan, learn how to handle overwhelm and exhaustion and maybe do some dancing

COMPASSION FATIGUE: IT’S OK TO NOT BE OK

COMPASSION FATIGUE: IT'S OK TO NOT BE OK

CULTURAL HUMILITY: the “ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented (or open to the other) in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the [person].”

Dr. Guillory addresses two of the three tenets:

  1. Critical Self Reflection and lifelong learning

  2. Understanding power imbalances

  3. Attempting to address topic around culture can be a challenging yet so necessary.

 

Three essential elements are required to do this:

  • a. Self-assessment & Critical self reflection

  • b. truly listening & seeking to understand rather than respond,

  • c. an environment that allows such things to occur

 

Regardless of the training audience, two things remain constant: 1) the desire to be heard and 2) the desire for differences to be valued.

Dr. Guillory has developed a framework that combines dialogue vs debate tenets, solution- focused interviewing techniques, narrative theory, self-assessment, being culturally grounded and cultural humility.

WALKING THROUGH THE FOG

HIGH ENGAGEMENT VIRTUAL TEACHING STRATEGIES

OTHER REQUEST TOPICS

LEADERSHIP  •  NEGOTIATION FOR WOMEN  • PUBLIC SPEAKING FOR EDUCATORS  •  HOW TO BECOME A PAID APSEAKER AS A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL   •  CRUCIAL CONVERSATIONS • CONFIDENCE 
SHOWING UP AS YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF IN THE WORKPLACE  •  HIGH ENGAGEMENT TEACHING STRATEGIES  •  CLASSROOM ENGAGEMENT  •  HOW TO MONETIZE YOUR MESSAGE • WOMEN OF COLOR IN LEADERSHIP •  HANDLING BAD NEWS  •  CONNECTION IN THE WORKPLACE  •  TEAM BUILDING WITH IMPROV TECHNIQUES  •  STAGES OF CHANGE•  HOW TO FRAME YOUR MESSAGE •  HOW TO CREATE A POWERFUL STORY
*We can also customize topics and programs.
MORE THAN

10 YEARS

in higher education as a professor and professional 
MORE THAN

13 YEARS

of social work experience
MORE THAN

10 YEARS

as a motivational
and professional speaker

When we are truly heard we are validated, we are propelled. -Dr. Guillory

training success stories

“Dr. G’s training on Cultural Competency was wonderful!  Interactive, memorable, realistic, applicable to everyday use, and an overall excellent experience that I would highly recommend to others.  Trainings/seminars such as these for ongoing education have never been this interesting!  Thanks to Dr. G, I now I have a whole to perspective of my daily routine (both home and work).  A uniquely, positive experience.”

BAMBI BONILLA, MA, TARRANT COUNTY HOMELESS COALITION