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I have a theory about anxiety and worry and it relates to the colour pink. NOTE: This video isn’t just for little girls. There are plenty of teenagers, boys and young men who also have a ‘pink’ attitude.  Being pink means that you can’t solve your own problems[…] The post Stop Being So “Pink”!: Children & Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Tinbergen’s four questions, named after Nikolaas Tinbergen, are complementary categories of explanations for animal behaviour. These are also commonly referred to as levels of analysis. It suggests that an integrative understanding of behaviour must include: ultimate (evolutionary) explanations, in particular, the behaviour (1) adaptive function and (2) phylogenetic[…] The post The Evolution of Anxiety first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I am going to be asking you to do something that you might not want to do. I’m going to be asking you to stop what you are doing and take a step back. What I’m suggesting is quite hard to explain but it is to do with[…] The post It’s Time to take a Step Back! first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Self-reflection is the process of looking at how you are showing up in the world and how you are perceived by others. It gives you an opportunity to correct mistakes and to plan better ways of behaving in the future. However, if you are an over-thinker or serial[…] The post Why You Should Self-Reflect: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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As the diagnosis of autistic spectrum disorder improves, the likelihood of a child who has the disorder being present in the average class of 30 children is pretty high. For this reason, many of us who interact with children are familiar with ASD and the common traits of[…] The post Why ASD Children Can’t Understand Facial Expressions: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Wow! I’m sure I’m not alone in finding parenting harder these days. At my therapy practice in Bath, I have been talking to parents and young children about the challenges they faced within the home. My children are 11 and 14 years so I feel very lucky that[…] The post Parenting Tips: Home Schooling first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I’m talking to you today about investment and I don’t necessarily mean of the financial perspective. I was listening to a podcast recently with ‘Tony Robbins’. He’s very big in the personal development world. He is a quite tall American man who is very loud but very good[…] The post Encouraging Children to Invest first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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When it comes to anxiety, depression and OCD we’re all keen to help children to get better as quickly as possible. CAMHS is often a long wait and young people are looking for speedier solutions.  Often a combination of prescribed medication and a CBT type of therapy is[…] The post The Fastest Way to Get Rid of Mental Health Issues: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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It’s very easy, when you know a young person well, to have a strong gut feeling about what is going on for them internally. However, it’s important that we don’t just mind read that we know what’s best as it can come across as if we aren’t listening[…] The post Stop Assuming You Know: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I often talk to parents in my Hertfordshire therapy space and professionals in Hertfordshire schools about creativity and rules. I personally think that there is a fine and interesting balance to be had between creativity and following the rules. But why am I thinking about this today? Well,[…] The post Break The Rules And Have Fun! first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

Students react to the news that their grades will be decided by teachers rather than exams. [...]

Getting teachers to grade GCSE and A-level pupils in England will be "fair" and "durable", the PM says. [...]

Over-40s will be first in line from mid-April after the top nine priority groups receive one dose. [...]

Trainee solicitor says young people sometimes lack confidence to leave community without role models. [...]

Terms like "missed work" could put pupils under undue pressure when schools reopen, guidance says. [...]

Esha Mumtaz, who "started from square one" after moving to the UK, becomes Young Student of the Year. [...]

The Commons Speaker hits out after an academic study tries to test MPs' responses to constituents. [...]

A combination of mock exams, coursework and essays will be used to decide grades in England this year. [...]

GCSEs and A-level exams cancelled in England by the pandemic are to be replaced by teachers' grades. [...]

Academics sent an open letter to university leaders expressing "dismay" and "outrage" at the plan. [...]

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