Power" combats destructive behavior in our youth and prepares our
next generation of leaders for success.
Power" is a special two-hour program that
includes fascinating advanced modalities such as Positive Psychology
and Clinical Hypnotherapy, wrapped in a highly entertaining educational
package that youth relate to. The goal is to help attendees realize
and experience their innate abilities and potential under the direction
of Dr. Frank Ricci.
Power eliminates inhibitions quickly and the attendees display their
hidden talent they previously were reluctant to expose. The program
has been video taped and played back in a classroom setting where
students viewed themselves displaying their hidden talent which
in turn dramatically increases their feeling of self-worth.
a result, participants adopt a new passion for life and a heightened
awareness of self-worth and respect for their body. This transformation
effectively combats any desire for substance abuse such
as addiction to drugs, alcohol and tobacco, that can easily derail
a young person's otherwise bright future.
truly takes on a whole new meaning and the
results can be dramatic and immediate.
following endorsements bring to light the success of this innovative
is with great pleasure that I write this testimonial for Dr. Frank
Ricci. I searched long and hard to find a speaker for my Tobacco use
prevention education group.
my 38 years of teaching I have observed many speakers and attended
many workshops. This ranks as one of the best.He was very motivating
and is an expert in behavior modification. By the end of the night
he had students "ready to quit" smoking.
you have an opportunity to have Frank work with your group you will
not regret it. - Ronald Locicero, TUPE Coordinator ESUHSD, Independence
High School, San Jose, CA
You are incredible!! The best thing we ever did.
you for making it such a memorable evening for our students. Your
event was fun, motivating, and appropriate for our audience.
were most gracious in accommodating us as well as professional in
addressing our concerns." - Kathy Brenner, Program Director,
Oakland High School