Enhance harmony and mutual respect in your family life!
Our programs are based on peer-reviewed research in developmental psychology, education and current leadership models. Denise Goldbeck combines the performing arts and science in her workshops bringing active, fun-filled experiential learning to people of all ages. Denise is inspired by the long perspective of human cultural and evolutionary history where people of mixed ages lived and brought up children together. For over 30 years young people and their parents improved quality of their family lives and social skills by participating in our programs.
The KITS program is offered to children of all ages in various residential settings in Canada and internationally. Together with young leaders children play games and mount a whimsical musical production.
The Personal Parenting: Window To Your Child Program is offered to those who want to gain conscious parenting skills, harmonize relationships within the family and prepare children for the a challeging future.
When children get access to programs like Kids in the Spotlight, it can have a profound effect on their lives. It can improve confidence, self-esteem and empathy.
Years in Operation
Benefits of Our Programs
The benefits of our programs are develomentally suited for the age of the participant. Children, youth and parents all have the opportunity to learn new things to help make life more fulfilling and fun. Everyone makes new friends!
Greater confidence and self-esteem
Greater awareness and empathy for one’s self and others
Leadership skills and opportunities
Five truly memorable days of dancing, playing and laughing!
“What a wonderful program! My kids had a great time and made lots of friends. They are looking forward to becoming Youth Leaders next year to mentor younger children as well.”
“My two youngest, Ron and Ginny absolutely loved Kids in the Spotlight. My older ones were part of the Youth Leadership Program and thoroughly enjoyed mentoring younger kids.”
“My son made a lot of new friends that he stays in touch with. He can’t wait to go again next year and make more friends!”
Ⓒ 2017 Kids in the Spotlight