Testimonial - Workshop
The content of the workshop kept the focus going but what made it eye catching and completely glued with, was the way Ms Habiba conducted the workshop. She kept us involved throughout the workshop by constant discussion and activities. Looking forward to more sessions with her.
The success mantra- career guidance workshop was so motivating and fun. I more aware of my career choice, have understood concepts like world of work, importance of goal orientation and the ingredients of success. Fully charged for the future.
As a mother of two I thought that I had all the skills and strategies of growing up children. Well attending the parenting workshop conducted by Ms Habiba was to give company to a friend who was very enthusiastic about attending it. By the end of the workshop I am in awe with Ms Habiba and in gratitude to my friend. This workshop has changed my view about parenting and I feel more empowered about raising my children into responsible humans.
The E3 (Experiential Emotional Education) program is a much needed program for the growing, inquisitive, learning child. The children learn life coping skills and understand emotions, feelings and how to manage them. I enrolled my son for this program and have seen a major shift in his approach and attitude in his dealing with himself and others. I believe each child should be exposed to this training program.
I attended the workshop on Appropriate & Inappropriate Touch which was made mandatory by the school my daughter was studying in. I felt it would be another moral science workshop but the opening of the program got me so impressed when Ms Habiba emphasized how good and bad touch had to be replaced with appropriate and inappropriate touch because words have huge impacts on how it is perceived. She added good and bad are subjective terms while when we say appropriate and inappropriate we leave no room for any further discussion. A sensitive session conducted with so much ease and at no point I felt uncomfortable about the topic. I am much more confident in how I need to approach and speak about it with my children.