Managing Meltdowns

I’m going to give you my three top tips on managing meltdowns.  The very first one is when there is a meltdown on the horizon. I know these things can move like a tsunami, they can move fast and they can accelerate rather quickly – particularly if a[…]

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Welcome to the NLP4Kids Team- Ian Davies

NLP4Kids are delighted to announce a new member to the NLP4Kids team. Ian Davies, from Buckinghamshire, is our newest NLP4Kids Practitioner. Whilst training with NLP4Kids, Ian has learn how to help children manage their own emotional state and to become inspired and motivated by the opportunities life presents[…]

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Creating Motivation to Change in Teenagers

Once upon a time there was a lovely communicative child who had a great desire to please their parents and enjoyed playing with their younger siblings. One night they went to bed and when they woke up the next morning, to the parents horror, the child had turned[…]

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5 Ways To Calm Disruptive Children in Schools

When kids realise that someone is rooting for them and you hold to your beliefs…because you KNOW that they can…you carry that belief and ‘act as if’ because…one day they too will begin to believe and they will …because they can! KEY STATISTICS ▪ One in Four (26%)[…]

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5 Tips for Resolving Battles with Teens Over Study and Exams

• Do you have a teen who is reluctant to do any study? • Has homework, revision and exams become a battle ground for your family? • Have they already labelled themselves a failure and so don’t see the point? In this article I’ll share with you some[…]

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What To Do When The Fast Phobia Cure For Children, Isn’t Fast.

I recently met a teenager who had a fear of flying. His fear had become so intense that last year, as the entire family set off for a family holiday, he decided in the middle of the airport that he would not be getting on the plane. At[…]

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Music, TV and Computer Games

I joined a gym recently (that in itself is a revelation trust me!). As I was jogging away, I was listening to a podcast on my iPhone. I do this because I don’t always like to listen to the music that is blaring in the gym. However I[…]

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Helping Children and Young People Tackle Depression

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,[…]

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Helping Children and Young People Overcome Anxiety

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[…]

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Helping SAD Children and Teenagers (Stressed, Anxious and Depressed)

Stress, Anxiety and Depression are the biggest mental heath issues for children and teenagers. For some the effects of these problems can be so acute and isolating, that suicidal thoughts take hold. For the first time, statistics on suicide victims in the UK have changed. Previously, males in[…]

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