Olive Hickmott,8/1/2015 1900-2100 NLP & Learning,using NLP to learn more effectively, The missing link…

NLP & Learning; Cambridge NLP Practice group

The Wood Green Animal Sanctuary
King’s Bush Farm London Road Godmanchester Cambs,PE29 2NH (map)

Link: http://www.meetup.com/Cambs-Beds-Hunts-Herts-Peterborough-NLP-Practice-group/events/219612198/

Despite the plethora of initiatives over the last 20 years, many children including some of the brightest are still struggling to learn basic skills in literacy and numeracy and are therefore not reaching their full potential. In addition we have a group of children identified with social, emotional and behavioural issues that often can’t even access the curriculum, due to lack of concentration, sensory overload, etc.

But all of these children are very bright with amazing skills and we have NLP skills that will help them access learning.

A key reason for this is the mismatch between how an individual learns/process information and the way that they are being taught. The missing link is the critical role that mental imagery plays in successful learning and how this vital, natural skill can be learnt. The skill of mental imagery can be explicitly developed within an individual using standard well-known NLP and Energetic NLP processes.

Join us and learn how you can quickly and easily help those who are struggling to jump start their learning process, follow their passions and achieve success.

Olive Hickmott is a reformed Dyslexic; find out how you can do this too.  She is a learning coach, founder of www.empoweringlearning.co.uk specialising in learning difficulties and access to learning.  She is a worldwide speaker on Health and Learning, Director of the International Association for Health and Learning, with 4.5 published books. Her passion is to help people, understand their own experience, learn new skills and change that experience if they wish.

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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