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 them.
Ian wants to teach children on how to build valuable relationships, confidence, self esteem and how to eliminate troubling past events. He believes every child has the right to reach their potential and through the coaching and NLP techniques he uses they can recap huge rewards for themselves, their family and those around them.
In conjunction with NLP4Kids, Ian runs workshops in schools for children, parents and teachers. These same workshops can also be helpful for parents in or out of the school environment. In many cases one-to-one sessions can be held for children within the school but Ian also works with children on a one-to-one basis having been contacted directly by parents.
Ian can help your child with issues over a family bereavement, stressing out over exams, anxiety, phobias, trying to deal with a parental split or perhaps the arrival of a new sibling was unlikely to find resolution in the school environment. These issues often cannot be addressed by even the most caring school system through a lack of time and resources. These are the areas to name just a few in which Ian can help.
Most of Ian working life has been spent as an estate agent, running his own business since 1998. Ian was previously a publican, a banker, a door to door salesman and a few other things. Together with his wife, who is a nurse with two fantastic adult children, a cat (Milo) and a husky dog (Nala). The couple have worked and lived in Aylesbury most of our lives, his son now lives in Sydney.
Ian was first introduced to a limited form of NLP by Simon Edwards about 10 years ago. The insights and practical methods had always fascinated him. In 2013 Ian met Gemma Bailey at an introductory day for her business NLP4kids and has been hooked ever since, qualifying as an NLP4Kids practitioner early in 2017. Ian has since become a licensed NLP4kids practitioner.
Ian would like to offer children a free consultation and see what difference they can make together: