Monthly Archives: November 2011

Flower and gem essences for electro magnetic frequencies

From Jo Ward: I’m sure you like me believe good health and wellbing is really important. I’ve been using flower and gem  essences for over 10 years now & to celebrate i’m interviewing a leader in flower essences, Cathie Welchman on the … Continue reading

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Autism and Oxytocin

There are a number of e-mails flying around at the moment about Oxytocin improving the symptoms of Autism.  Has anyone got any personal experience? Oxytocin seems to be the hormone released in your brain when you experience all the things that make you feel good, … Continue reading

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Bedford Fun Dyslexic day

Anita Mattu, trained in Empowering Learning in August 2011. She is organising a FREE day entitled Breaking the chains of Dyslexia, with various speakers, on Saturday 14th January.  Draft details are attached.  Do support her with this initiative in Bedford … Continue reading

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Richmond NLP Group: Empowering Learning using Energetic NLP

From Henrietta at the Richmond NLP group.  To book your place please mail henrietta@richmondnlpgroup.org.uk Venue: Vestry Hall, Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1SA< Contribution: pay on the door – Ten Pounds More information is available about the group at www.richmondnlpgroup.org.uk Thursday 24th November 2011 – Empowering Learning using Energetic … Continue reading

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Guest lecture at the University of Hertfordshire

Today I has asked to give a guest lecture at the University of Hertordshire’ Foundation Degree for Learning Assistant.  Went really well and the students are going away to try some of the simple skills for learning difficulties they learnt in their schools. Next … Continue reading

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New research found to support visual learning

I recently found some research identifying that “skilled readers rely on their brain’s “visual dictionary” to recognise words.”  It was carried out at the Georgetown University Medical Centre and supports the approach we take to improving literacy. “When we see a … Continue reading

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NLP conference – Being a highly effective teacher with NLP

Just back from the NLP Conference in London last week. Taught a number of simple skills, that everyone can learn in minutes, e.g.  literacy, concentration, improve your reading, grounding and reducing stress.  Everyone was appreciative about learning new skills they … Continue reading

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