Anger Management
Leave Your Baggage at the Door
Increasing Learning by Enhancing Self-Esteem
Empowering Individuals
- Getting Out of the Spin Cycle
Enhancing Self-Esteem, Yours and Your Child's
Our of the Pan, Into the Fire
The Three R's of Parenting
Saving our most precious resource - Our Children
Personal Integrity, A World Where Everyone Wins
Do You Know Who Packed Your Parachute?

Increasing Learning by 
Enhancing Self-Esteem

Time: Up to 4 hours
Target Group: Teachers, counselors, school personnel.

A teacher inservice.

  • Meeting children’s learning potential.
  • Discipline strategies for working with today’s children.
  • Creating a safe environment in which children can learn.
  • Communication and anger management skills.
  • Teaching students to be empathetic.

Sandy, formerly an elementary school teacher, has continued to work with the schools. Over the past years, she has extended her expertise, working on projects in middle schools and high schools. 

Although Sandy may teach specific learning strategies (how to get the whole class to learn something quickly and easily), she  is focused on working with teachers on their own personal power and in understanding the needs of today’s children. Understanding children is the key to meeting individual needs.

For information on how you can get Sandy to speak at your meeting or event, email her at, call her at 949-642-3605 or fax her at 949-548-0305.

“Everyone was riveted to Sandy’s enthusiastic presentation! At the end of three hours, participants had a strong sense of well-being and a huge bag of tools to use in their daily work. Sandy is a true educator.”

MJ Beaty, Principal, Cawthone School, Cypress, CA

“Writing a recommendation for Sandy is impossible! You struggle with all the tried and true adjectives, and none are enough. Whether she is working with parents, students or staff members, the only appropriate words are, ‘Sandy is magic!’” 

Dawn Stanley, Principal, Culver City Middle School, CA


Sandy McDaniel Enterprises
Phone: (949) 642-3605
Copyright (C) Sandy Spurgeon McDaniel, 2003