Betty Skur Ft. Worth,Texas Regional Education Director
Joining the Yello Dyno team as a Regional Director in 1997, Betty Skur followed her passion for protecting children from victimization and became a Yello Dyno Child Protection Specialist. Betty’s 16 years in the mental health field and her position as a mental health professional for over 12 years at a highly respected children’s medical center in Fort Worth, Texas where children, ages 5 to 17, are treated for mental illness, child abuse, and behavior modification has given her in-depth understanding of the needs and solutions for helping troubled children.
Betty’s love of Yello Dyno and children is impossible to miss when she presents classes to children or teaches workshops for parents and educators. Having been a child raised in the Foster Care System, Betty experienced first hand the benefits and hardships of such a childhood. She has applied her personal life lessons and her experience on the staff of the psychiatric program at the children’s medical center to her Yello Dyno workshops and training.
Betty has assisted Jan Wagner, Founder of Yello Dyno in research over the last ten years. Presently she is assisting in research for Jan’s Monthly Memos, Around Jan’s Kitchen Table Blog and Jan’s new book that is in the process of being published.
Over the years Betty has received personal training from Jan Wagner and the experts on the Yello Dyno Board. Betty attended the University of Minnesota where her focus was mental illness, childhood growth and developmental and behavior modification.
She lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband Mike. They were high school sweethearts and have been together for thirty-one years.
Betty looks forward to personally helping you meet your needs for keeping your children safe.
Contact Us Questions? Need more information ? Call Barbara toll free 888-935-5639, extension 104, or contact us by e-mail. We look forward to helping you select the training, curricula, materials, and programs that will meet your safety needs.
"Take three steps back and run like the wind!" - Lyrics from the song, Tricky People!
"Your children learn simple lyrics attached to memorable songs. They are left with a joyous image of running like the wind... but in a time of crisis these lyrics come right back and they act on them to stay safe." - David Ham, song writer of the Can't Fool Me! CD