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December 2023

We all have a story from the past

We all have a story from the past where we felt humiliated. It's one of those memories that really stick for some reason. We're going to look today at what those reasons might be and [...]

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The first step we must take is to establish respect among the young individuals in our lives. Respect entails valuing others and treating them with dignity and kindness. At NLP4Kids, we firmly believe that respect begins with self-respect. By learning to respect ourselves, we can better understand the[…] The post Developing Respect first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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We all know someone who describes themselves as “a little OCD” they are meaning that they might like things to be neat, tidy, and organised in a specific way. That is not OCD, that is just liking things to be a certain way. I used to describe the[…] The post I know how to beat OCD first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I’m going to be sharing with you my top nine tips for helping a young person who has some obsessive type tendencies. I’m trying to steer away from saying OCD here. OCD is a very rare and unique disorder and most of us are somewhere on a spectrum[…] The post Dealing with Repetitive Behaviours and OCD Tendencies first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Gemma Bailey is the presenter and creator of the Overcome Anxiety Programme with NLP4Kids. She has an extensive background in working with children and young people and several successful companies in the Psychological Services industry. One is People Building which is a personal development franchise that provides training[…] The post The Overcome Anxiety Programme first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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A Guide to Family Wellbeing During The Festive Period

The holiday season is a time of joy and togetherness, but it can also bring about stress and challenges for families. As a child and teen therapist at Child Therapy Telford, I specialise in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), I’m here to share some practical tips and strategies to help[…] The post A Guide to Family Wellbeing During The Festive Period first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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When your friendship group breaks up, leaving you in the middle, it can be a difficult situation to manage. You might feel as if you are loyal to one and not the other or find yourself listening to them complaining about the other time and again. It would[…] The post Get Your Friends to Make Up: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Have you heard of the saying “what you resist persists?” The same rule applies when you attempt to dissuade a young person from forging friendships with those you disapprove of. The more you try to convince them that this friend is a bad influence, the more you will[…] The post Bad Influence Friendships: Parents & Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Giving children more responsibilities helps them to be empowered and it also helps them to mature faster which is a good thing. Sometimes we need to check ourselves to make sure that we are not giving them responsibilities that they cannot possibly take on. I’ve met a couple[…] The post Not Your Best Friend first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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The Healing Power of Kindness: Nurturing Teen Mental Health

🌟 Welcome to a Journey of Compassion and Confidence! 🌟 In a world that sometimes feels like a whirlwind of challenges, stress, and uncertainty, one simple yet profound remedy stands out – kindness. Today, on World Kindness Day, let’s dive into the incredible ways that kindness not only[…] The post The Healing Power of Kindness: Nurturing Teen Mental Health first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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We must allow other people to take responsibility for their own health which benefits them in a few different ways: It allows them to become good problem solvers and we like that a lot. When they have challenges in the future they won’t necessarily need to lean on[…] The post Responsibility For Anxiety first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

Schools given new guidance on stopping phone use

The government says it will help 'minimise disruption and improve behaviour in classrooms' in England. [...]

Teachers speak out over rising pupil violence

Three teachers from Aberdeen schools say they fear for their safety as attacks on staff rise. [...]

SA pupil may face adult trial over headteacher shooting

The 13-year-old allegedly shot his principal in an incident that has shocked many South Africans. [...]

Parents' fears over drop in teachers of the deaf

Fears children will have to “fend for themselves" if numbers of teachers of the deaf keep falling. [...]

Students unable to afford food for days - union

A student union leader says the situation for some is "desperate" as they are "at breaking point". [...]

Air filters for London's polluted schools - mayor

The Mayor of London says 200 schools will have PM2.5 filters installed in a pilot project. [...]

Overseas student applications rise again in UK

But the new data excludes postgraduates - and universities remain worried overall numbers will fall. [...]

Do half of schools ban mobile phones?

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan made claims about mobile phones in schools and education funding. [...]

When parents get the blame for a child's mass shooting

The conviction of a Michigan mother for her son's school shooting could have far-reaching implications. [...]

Is it even possible to do 28 A-levels - and what's the cost?

You will need every available exam session to sit all your papers, and each can cost more than £50. [...]

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