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The Secrets of Dyslexia and ADHD

“This all makes so much sense.” This is what parents and adults say to me over and over again when they find out these secrets. Over 22 years I have had so many lightbulb moments when working with families, I … Continue reading

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Increasing focus with Patrick Mckeown

I have been benefiting from Patrick Mckeown’ work for the last 2 years, reading his books (starting with the Oxygen Advantage) and watching his Youtubes. I have spoken with hundreds of adults and students about improving their breathing and not … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity in the workplace: A Neurodivergent Workplace Coach

Neurodivergent people don’t need to be cured, they need accommodation, in some cases a variety of help and in many cases be offered skills they missed in childhood.  Today I had the privilege of delivering a presentation for the International … Continue reading

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Understanding today’s Learning Differences.

Tomorrow I am talking at the NLP International Conference in Israel, that is being help virtually this year. The topic is “Understanding Today’s Learning Differences”; my mission for the last 20 years. I am so delighted to have been asked … Continue reading

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EnergeticNLP – Supporting a Highly Sensitive Person

15 years ago I met Art Giser, creator of Energetic NLP. Since then I have learnt more and more about how to use Energetic NLP for many health and learning applications and transformed my own mental and physical health. If … Continue reading

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Join us Friday at 11am UK Time for another Neurodiversity Stories

Neurodiversity Stories with Darren Clarke Delighted to announce the next guest 🙌 Olive Hickmott Title: Are we all born dyslexic? Olive had many Dyslexic and ADHD traits all her life. She will tell the story of how she changed her … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week Continued: Exceptional Interpersonal Skills

EPIC students can create verbal communications with a rich and interesting advanced vocabulary; many have developed these skills to compensate for their lack of ability with written communication. They can have tremendous powers to connect with other people and when … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week Continued: Visual-Spatial Thinking and Learning

EPIC students think and learn in still pictures and/or moving videos, often possessing an extraordinary ability to recall visual memories from movies, video games or actual events.  This technique is invaluable for rapid recall and particularly useful when working in … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week Continued: Seeing the Bigger Picture

EPIC students ask “big questions,” “life’s larger questions,” which are often challenging questions. They are curious about how things work. To aid their memory, EPIC students seem to need to have an understanding of the bigger picture, which is often … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week Continued: Hyperfocus, Drive and Energy

Hyperfocus enables EPIC students to exhibit a single-minded concentration on what they consider to be an interesting task or subject. Given an exciting project to work on, they are entirely absorbed, there is no stopping them! Hyperfocus can be a … Continue reading

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