"Strengthening relationships one virtue at a time" is our business.
As Master Facilitators of The Virtues Project™, we offer interactive workshops and training on the Five Strategies of The Virtues Project™. These strategies are positively transforming the cultures of homes, schools, workplaces, and communities!
We also offer a Virtues Village line of products and The Virtues Project™ products for the individual, family, educator, and community.
Virtues Village gives you the tools you need to create a culture of caring and respect for your family, school, workplace, and community.
is a simple, cost-effective, strengths-based program that provides you with strategies to cultivate respect and responsibility, build resiliency, promote authentic self-esteem and self-confidence, and much more.
If your goals include any of the following:
The Five Strategies of The Virtues Project™ will give you powerful tools that will apply to all areas of your life.
Those who want to enhance personal and professional relationships, minimize the potential for community violence, transform the culture of their organization, build character at home, school and in the community; those who want to promote cultural understanding and tolerance, improve leadership skills and foster a safe and caring community; those interested in corporate responsibility; those working in the fields of prevention, intervention and healing...
Would you like to sponsor a workshop for your school, workplace or community? We will provide a vendor table of virtues products for your event!
Virtues Village also offer customized workshops for retreats and conferences (breakout sessions); individual/group coaching, and onsite facilitator training. We will provide a vendor table of virtues products for your event!
Kay Von Feldt, RN
The comment that impacted me the most was when a 17 year old client
said that The Virtues Project taught him that he wasn?t born bad, but that he
was born good. ?
I attended Terry and Val's Virtue's Workshop two years ago and nearly every conversation, and experience is still quite vivid. Both Terry and Val modeled excellent communication, provided valuable tools, and