Common Questions


Do you offer purchase orders? 

Yes – you can buy my products and use purchase orders on my Teachers Pay Teachers page: CLICK HERE. Learn about purchase order arrangements with Teachers Pay Teachers.  In addition, a few hard good items are sold on my Amazon page.

Do you offer any hard-goods? 

Yes – A few of my products are available on my Amazon page as hard-goods. 


Do you offer any courses? 

Yes - I offer a number of courses at 

Do you offer individual or group trainings?

Yes - Reach out to Dr. Warren to discuss some options:


Do you offer an affiliate program?  

Yes, Click Here to learn more.


Can anyone make suggestions on the best products for my situation? 

Sure!  Send a detailed email to Dr. Warren at  She will respond with some recommendations.

Zipped Files:

What is a ZIP file and how do I open it?  

A ZIP file is a compressed folder containing multiple files. It's an easy way for us to transfer many files, or extra big files, to you.

Opening a ZIP file:  Macs, and Windows all offer a pre-installed feature that will unzip a file. Once you’ve downloaded the ZIPPED file, click on it to view the contents. You won't have to do anything special to un-zip the folder.

If you have Windows, follow these steps:

  • Right-click the ZIP folder.
  • Click on "Extract all" in the opened panel. 
  • The wizard asks you to select a destination. This is the location you want to store the files on your computer.
  • Once the files have opened from the ZIP folder, you can see them all in their new destination.

Still having problems?  

On a Mac, hold down the control key and click the ZIP file icon. Choose "open with" and select "archive utility." The utility will open the ZIP files and they can be found in the same folder in the original download. 

If you’re using a PC and the original ZIP file was created by a Mac user, then an additional .ds file may be embedded within the ZIP file. 

Another option:  

You can download a free unzipping application from 7-zip. It works on Windows 7, Vista, and XP. A similar option is unzip-online.