Helping people understand their core values in order to aid
themselves and others in reaching their full potential in
relationships, work and life.
"I highly recommend the Core Values Index ... you instantly have
insight in what motivates and inspires an individual..."
Kate Meredith, LPC
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Gain insight and understanding of your own Core Values and the tools to use it immediately with clients from the comfort of your home or office over the course of six weeks. Digesting and putting into practice all you will learn about your highest and greatest contribution.
Afterwards participants can go deeper with the full 1 day training for FREE at a later date.
If the timing of this seminar does not work in your schedule feel free to contact us and we will make one that fits in your schedule. We are here to serve YOU!
Values Index™ is a revolutionary new assessment which enables
you to understand your deepest core self. This knowledge leads to
stronger relationships in every area of life and leads to achieving
your highest and greatest contributions in life. The button below
takes you to the Taylor Protocol, Inc site where you will take the
CVI™. It only take 10 minutes and you will receive your results
immediately. Get ready for a life lived "on purpose!"
Sabrina Walters, MA, LMFT, LPC is the owner of
Values Training. She graduated from George Fox University and
practices Marriage and Family therapy in Beaverton, Oregon. She has
a passion for connecting people to their Core Values and setting
them on the path to find their passions and greatest
We want to walk you through your CVI. Please sign up for a free
1 hour webinar to learn about your CVI.
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