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About TLC

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About TLC

TLC, formerly Communication Clinic & Exchange, was founded in 1981 by our CEO, Beverly Inman-Ebel, MA,CCC-SLP.

Our mission statement:
We exist to promote the importance and use of effective interaction among people through our individual and group training, coaching, facilitation and materials.

We actively pursue this mission throughout the United States, Europe and as far away as South Africa. Our goal is not to be the biggest, simply the best.

Our work has been featured in national publications including Time, Success, Glamour, USA Today, Wall Street Journal and media coverage including CBS News and ABC World News Tonight.

We hire the best people we can find and work to make them better. Each of our training consultants and coaches continually researches scientific studies and social trends, publishes articles monthly, and is active throughout the community in roles of leadership.

TLC has professionally recorded training tapes and CD's and video instructional tapes for group trainings, and has authored the books, Talk Is NOT Cheap!, (Bard Press; 1999);co-authored Real World Communication Strategies That Work (Insight Publishing; 2003) and Success is a Decision of the Mind (Insight Publishing; 2004)

Creating Permanent and Positive Change

TLC has a history of creating permanent and positive change, an accomplishment praised by our clients.

We are commited to identify and understand the needs and desires of our clients.

  • Our process focus is based on the concept of partnership, helping clients understand their unique needs, and plan the approach to fulfilling those needs.
  • Our individual and group training programs are tailored to the client's specific needs and circumstances.

Training programs include

  • Profiles on each participant to help them better understand themselves
  • Skill practice with video recording of practice sessions
  • Books, videos and CD's and for use in self-improvement
  • Time for participants to apply their new skills (real life practice) and discuss results
  • Small groups with individual coaching sessions
  • Periodic individual coaching sessions and group reunions following completion of the training program to reinforce previous training, and promote ongoing self-development

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