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July 2021

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In my therapy clinic in Hertfordshire, one of the most common questions that parents have been asking me recently is “why won’t my children talk to me?”. These parents are dealing with children who have anger, anxiety, sleeping problems and all sort of things! Many parents stress that[…] The post Why Your Children Won’t Talk To You! first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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This is one of my favourite subjects to talk about! When your brain gets stuck and is struggling to find a way forward there are ways to unmuddle the muddle you are in.  It’s important to strip back the information you do not need and to begin by[…] The post Creative Problem Solving: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Here are 9 tips for helping a young person who has some obsessive or repetitive tendencies in how they behave. Whilst this is not a video specifically for OCD, it may still have some benefits. Often we use the term OCD without a diagnosis and to describe repetitive[…] The post Dealing with Repetitive Behaviours and OCD Tendencies: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I am going to be sharing with you how it is that you help a young person to appreciate more by giving them less. To be perfectly honest, when I say that we are giving them more by giving them less actually we’re not really giving them less[…] The post Gifts Vs Experiences first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I’m talking here about how to take full responsibility for how you think in your brain. This is important to do because it will help you to become more in control of how you think. Remember your thoughts and feelings are connected to each other.  This is the[…] The post Taking Charge of Your Brain: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Talking about Grandparents https://youtu.be/9EGkI31tFbY The National Brain Appeal raises funds to advance treatment and research at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Institute of Neurology – together known as ‘Queen Square.’ Our vision is to improve the outcome and quality of life for the one[…] The post Talking about Grandparents first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I’m going to be talking to you about how we can educate children that difference is good. In the last few years across the world, we have seen an uprising in response to the different types of racism that occur throughout Society. This can be a challenging topic[…] The post Talking About Race first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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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[…] The post Managing Meltdowns first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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  Sometimes a child who was once your biggest fan is suddenly rolling their eyes and acting as if you are not someone they would ever want to be around! This might just be a natural phase of growing up and becoming more mature and independent but sometimes[…] The post Dealing with Rejection from a Child: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Some friendships can go a little out of balance resulting in you feeling as if you need your friends more than they need you. Part of the challenge when this happens is to avoid making things worse by trying too hard and appearing needy.  We tend to have[…] The post Are You a NEEDY Friend?: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

The impact of Covid is making it hard for some early years settings to operate. [...]

Researchers find vaccination in pregnancy does not increase the risk of complications, but Covid-19 does. [...]

As with Covid, most children have mild symptoms but a small number need hospital treatment. [...]

A consultation on allowing some children to delay starting school for a year shows heavy backing. [...]

The education secretary says he's making contingency plans as schools struggle with staff absence. [...]

Two-week-old Reuben McNulty was attacked while his mother slept and his father was outside. [...]

A family wins appeal against Education Authority to get support for their son with special needs. [...]

Leeanne's son Mark died after jumping into a reservoir to cool off on a hot summer day. [...]

Classroom windows are open this winter in line with Covid advice to keep England's schools ventilated. [...]

They say some pupils are not complying with advice, and there are worries about vulnerable children. [...]

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