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I have been working with children and young people now for over twenty-four years and love the awe and wonder they have when learning about how they work and how our world works. The best part is what I call the light bulb moment when they understand a[…] The post How NLP can be useful for Children first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I had the opportunity to attend an event with the NLP4Kids team where we delved into the topic of resilience. Together, we compiled a comprehensive list of strategies that we believe are incredibly valuable in nurturing and fostering resilience in young individuals. We unanimously agreed that developing resilience[…] The post The Secret to Developing Resilience first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Last month, we focused on the striking similarities between ADHD and Anxiety in our article. This month, I wanted to delve deeper into this vast topic. At my therapy clinic, I work extensively with both children and parents, providing them with support and strategies to cope with anxiety[…] The post Is it ADHD or Anxiety: Part Two first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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If you happen to know a young person who is struggling with anxiety, I highly recommend enrolling them in ‘The Overcome Anxiety Programme’. This program, which takes 10 weeks to complete, has been scientifically proven to boost confidence, reduce anxiety, and alleviate feelings of depression. In fact, a[…] The post Is it ADHD or Anxiety: Part One first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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The Power of A Paper Aeroplane

It’s much more than a paper aeroplane… fun and effective exercise to help children with anxiety. I want to let you how great the paper plane exercise can be. It’s not just about folding paper and throwing it out the window. It’s a special way for kids to[…] The post The Power of A Paper Aeroplane first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Empowering Children & Teenagers: Building Confidence for Life

…Building Confidence for Life’s Adventures Let’s talk about confidence—what it means for our kids and why it’s a game-changer. Drawing from my experience as a mother and a child and young person’s NLP4kids therapist, I’ve witnessed the incredible impact of building confidence in young minds. Let’s explore the[…] The post Empowering Children & Teenagers: Building Confidence for Life first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Sometimes, as parents, we may find ourselves being overly protective of our children due to our own anxieties. We might be afraid to let them take on responsibilities or explore new adventures because we worry that something bad might happen. However, by denying them these opportunities, we are[…] The post Parental Anxiety first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I’m going to share with you a valuable tip on how to teach your young ones to be more resilient and to help them become braver, tougher, and stronger in challenging situations. Growing up, I had the privilege of spending a lot of time with my grandparents, who[…] The post Our Resilient Family first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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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. [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

Starmer against 'simply banning' children's phones

The prime minister has waded into a debate on what content can be accessed by children online. [...]

'Macho' school judgements criticised after head's death

Ruth Perry took her own life after an Ofsted inspection downgraded her school to "inadequate". [...]

Trial set for students suing UCL over Covid teaching

Around 5,000 students have brought claims against UCL, after teaching was moved online or cancelled. [...]

First-class degree for student who was in Covid coma

Daniella Taylor was placed in a medically-induced coma after suffering complications from Covid-19. [...]

Exam board faces £300k fine for 'major failings'

One student tells BBC News she was a "guinea pig" in her T-level in health and it was "wasted time". [...]

Boy charged with seven sex offences at school

The boy, who is under the age of 16, will appear before a youth court in August. [...]

Eton set to give 'brick' phones to first years

The world-famous school is handing out handsets that can only send and receive texts and calls. [...]

What are T-levels and what are the grades worth?

T-levels are equivalent to three A-levels, and focus on practical rather than academic subjects. [...]

How much does uni cost, and will I earn more if I go?

Given higher costs, some students are wondering whether going to university makes financial sense. [...]

When is A-level results day 2024?

When is results day and what should you do if you don't get the grades you need? [...]

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