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A good teacher educates his pupils but a great teacher works to recognise and realise potential, to inspire and gain rapport. Only then can real teaching begin.
We believe in sharing our skills so that pupils can reap the benefits of NLP long after their NLP4Kids workshop has ended. We also wanted to give children access to NLP even if they are not actually attending an NLP4Kids workshops themselves. So we had the idea to teach NLP to teachers in a teacher training programme.
This way teacher’ s can use the techniques with their pupils in quite covert ways and maximize the results from pupils as they do.
Being a parent is by far one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs on the planet! Unfortunately with this particular job there is no training manual, limited feedback on your performance, and no right or wrong way of doing things. It can also be difficult to find support and many parents experience the feeling of not doing a good enough job if they have to ask for advice from a professional.
There is no right way of being a parent, but there are steps that you can take if your family relationships are not working out as well as they could be. Or perhaps you just want to be prepared for the challenging teenage years to come!
NLP4Parents involves learning some of the basic techniques of NLP that can really influence the way you and your child relate to one another. We can’ t promise that they’ ll love doing their homework as a result of you attending the course, but you will learn some great ways to provide incentives for them to get them home work done.
A child or young person with low self esteem may lack the ability to view life’s challenges and failing in any positive light. Self esteem is the marker by which we pitch our own self worth and beliefs about who we are. It is important that children develop high self esteem so that when they face difficulties in life they are able to realise that this is not caused by them being good or bad as people, or because they deserve misfortune.
Without self esteem, students and pupils may lack the ability to effectively problem solve, be creative, accept facts or respect others.
Low self esteem, if not rectified can lead to poor decision making later on and young people may be more easily influenced to take the wrong path in life in order to meet their needs to connect and find comfort.
The good news is that self esteem can be improved – restoring confidence and self belief.
We help young people by teaching them proven techniques to increase their feelings of self esteem.
Simple techniques that are comprehensible for children and teenagers can be taught and used to enable them to develop the ability to access positive feelings and thoughts.
Our team of practitioners are qualified therapists and workshop leaders who provide one to one coaching for children, teenagers and pupils to help them improve their attitude and self esteem levels.
Most children do not have crippling confidence issues and instead have confidence problems in certain aspects of their lives. However confidence issues that are not tackled can later escalate and increase into other areas. This can prevent them from taking action and doing things that they are fully capable of doing.
Pupils who do not believe in their ability in certain subjects will likely lack the enthusiasm to even try their best in that subject. This further hinders their ability to perform and reaffirms their belief that they lack the skills required to be successful.
Some students may be naturally talented in particular areas but lack the confidence to achieve to their highest ability because they have a distorted idea about what being confident means, thinking it will make them appear cocky or egotistical.
Whilst the immediate effects of low confidence levels can be obvious and easy to rectify, the long term implications of leaving such issues untreated can result in young people who are unable to follow their true and destined path in life, simply because they lack self belief and conviction in their own ability to do so.
The good news is there are effective proven techniques that can help children and teenagers increase their confidence, no matter how high or low it currently is.
We are specialists at helping children, students and teenagers increase their motivation levels and reignite their inspiration.
Even if the best response you currently get is a grunt or “I don’t wannooo…” there are techniques to help children and teenagers re-engage their enthusiasm and get motivated!
We help young people by teaching them proven techniques to increase their feelings of interest and bring back the buzz.
Simple techniques that are comprehensible for children and teenagers can be taught and used to enable them to develop the ability to access motivated feelings.
Our team of practitioners are qualified therapists and workshop leaders who provide one to one coaching for children,teenagers and pupils to help them improve their attitude and confidence levels.
We also provide inspiring motivation workshops for children and older students in schools and in the local communities. (Our workshops are recommended for 7 years plus but we can work with much younger children in a one to one setting.)
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Many children experience a degree of anxiety and stress around exam times and a certain amount of stress can be useful for us to help us focus. However stress and worry can also hold pupils back from reaching their full potential if the emotions become out of control.
When students are stressed and worried it is less easy for their brains to access information, even those students have previously demonstrated very positive results and promise.
Sometimes a setback can heighten the likelihood of failing at exams later. It is easy for children and teenagers to lose faith in their own abilities at a time when they feel under pressure and are also coping with the challenges of growing up!
As young people develop in maturity they may have a greater understanding of the process of exams or the implications of passing and failing them. They will probably become more convinced that there is nothing to be afraid of, yet logically knowing that there is nothing to be afraid of is very different to actually possessing the ability to remain calm.
Do you want exam success?
We are specialists at helping children, students and teenagers access their full potential during exams.
Whether it’s 11+, SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Mods or other specialist tests for dance classes, music exams or theatre performances there is a way to overcome test and exam stress to achieve the best possible results.
• Is your child shy or withdrawn?
• Do you want to help your pupils improve their communication skills?
• Are your students arguing?
• Does your child find it difficult to make friends?
• Does your teenager find it challenging to express themselves with words?
Children and young people can become affected by a range of different challenges throughout their lives that may lead to them feeling unable or unwilling to communicate to their full potential. The long terms affects of failing to address communication issues could lead to troubled relationships, misunderstandings and isolation later in life.
Help is at hand!
We are specialists at helping children, students and teenagers overcome communication problems, whether this is due to an emotional issue or natural or “inherited” shyness.
Or it may be the case that you want to prepare your pupils with better communications skills in time for a move up the education ladder.
Simple techniques that are comprehendible for children and teenagers can be taught and used to enable them to develop greater communication skills, allowing them to form more positive relationships in the future and to be able to convey their thought and feeling with ease.
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Students and pupils learn best when their emotions are settled and they are in a happy and confident state. Even the most academic student can lose focus if they are dealing with unwanted or negative emotions. Sometimes these unwanted or negative emotions may be caused by obvious factors, such as bullying, obesity or changes in family circumstances and sometimes there may be blockages or uneven emotions that seem to occur for no apparent reason.
Here are some of the components of our NLP4Students workshops:
Using the NLP communication model, we will discover the link between your thinking, words and the response you get to them
Matching and Mirroring- Using words, physiology and tonality to make and break rapport
Powerful words and words to avoid
Seeing from someone else’ s perspective
Understand how your thinking creates a good day or a bad day
Learn to believe in yourself by realising your super hero skills
Can you remember a confident time? Lets re-install that feeling into RIGHT NOW!
Anchoring – How to get into a good state super fast!
No more bad language! Create the perfect sentences for ultimate motivation
Learn how to change emotions and easily remove problems
Coming to your senses – find out what motivates you to learn: the things you see, hear or do
Setting goals – what do you want to achieve?
Believe in yourself – You’ll achieve more if you do
Expand your ability to remember using the memory skills of memory record holders
And relax! You have a greater chance of passing those exams if you learn how to relax when you’re doing them!
Make learning fun!
Use practical exercises that are effective and simple to learn
Enable children to make confident and informed choices
Utilise tools that can be applied in day-to-day scenarios
Encourage Flexible behaviour
Provide an energetic and stimulating environment for learning
Please contact us if you would like us to work with your child in any of the following areas:
- Anxiety in children
- Anger management for children
- Teenage depression
- Children with ADHD
- Children with ODD
- Children with OCD
If you would like to enquire about our education franchise, please visit http://www.NLP4Kids.org/join-the-team