Recently the NLP4Kids team got together for a research project. We are going to be researching the effectiveness of our work in a measured way in a specific area of NLP with a specific defined group of people. On the day, we were very fortunate to have the insight of Olive Hickmott a specialist in
A couple of weeks ago NLP4Kids went into schools, offering free confidence building workshops in exchange for pupils donating to children in need. Lewis my assistant and I went into Christchurch School where we worked with four classes, years 3 to 6. Each class had over 30 children in and the workshops were performed back
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Since being in the industry of child therapy I have noticed that many capable children are failing to achieve their full potential because they suffer from learning blocks. Despite good education and positive influences, young people can develop complex anxieties or reduced levels of self esteem and self belief that prevent them from achieving the
When it comes to child therapy stress is one of the top 5 problems that affect children and young people’s mental health. Such stress can be created from many contributing factors, including school pressures, difficulties with peer groups, family challenges, puberty, and changes in environment such as changing schools. Stress can affect young people in
When talking about child therapy anxiety is one of the hot topics of conversation. Anxiety is an intense feeling of fear or worry. Both of these are natural feeling but can cause a problem if a child feels unable to gain control of these emotions or if they are struck with a sudden anxiety attack
Amongst stress and anxiety, depression in children is one of the top mental health conditions that young people face. When talking about child therapy depression comes up more often than not. Depression is an extreme feeling of hopelessness, sadness and lack of self esteem. Everyone feels sad sometimes, but when a child is depressed, the
It’s easy to assume that some children are more sensitive that others. That lifestyles, parenting and experiences may have a factor on their ability to cope with strength and the resourcefulness than can access in challenging situations. This is even more noticeable when working in the field of child therapy. However I have a theory.