“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.”
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Does your child has any learning differences such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, AD(H)D or anxiety?
I can support your child by:
Does your child know when to go to the toilet or when to eat?
Your answer could be yes, no, or sometimes.
When your answer is yes, is the noticing in a calm way, or is it always last minute and the toilet has to be within a minute away? Here the body signals might not be so clear.
INTEROCEPTION is our 8th sense. It tells us how our body is feeling (hungry, thirst, sick, tired, …) so that we can act accordingly.
Some children have unclear body signals which can be too strong, too weak, or distorted. The good news is that we can increase our INTEROCEPTIVE AWARENESS by using evidence-based strategies adapted from mindfulness.
Educational Kinesiology (Edu-K) is an educational approach to explore different ways of learning to develop oneself.
Self-noticing your body through movement or art helps you to find and use your own potential to its greater extent.
There is no single predetermined solution or answer.
Each session helps to integrate your physiological, physical and emotional components to tap into your potential in working towards any of the tasks/projects/goals you may have.
The H.A.P.P.Y. -Project is a personalised Autism-friendly workbook for the well-being of the individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It was created by Dr. Vermeulen Peter, MSc, PhD. by combining the need for happiness with evidence-based strategies to increase well-being.
Although it is currently only used for individuals with ASD it can be adapted to the needs of other neurodiverse children.
” The strongest people are not those who show strength in front of us but those who win battles we know nothing about.”
For young adults or adolescents who need more guidance and help towards becoming independent young adults.
They learn how to cook, do the shopping, managing a budget and much more …
Why family sessions?
Children can be very different at home compared to in school or with friends. These sessions are towards the whole family including siblings to manage better how to live together with a neurodiverse person.