Having worked with a variety of people who have panic attacks on a regular basis in Hertfordshire, I have found that a large number of them are outgoing, happy–go–lucky individuals. Many of them are the “clown” or the entertainers when […]
I want to focus today on both how it is that we become better listeners and also how it is that we calmed our own internal conversation such that we’re able to focus more effectively on the ones that we’re having in the outside world.
In this article, we will discuss how changed is possible even when you think it isn’t!
If you, right now have a busy stressed out mine, I want you to do this technique. I want you to close your eyes and in your mind just say “Shhhh” you know like that quieting noise you do in […]
The main problem with being a teacher with busy brain is that it inhibits your ability to be able to focus and you want to have focus because when you have focus you have greater clarity over what’s going on […]
In this article, we are going to focus on meta programmes which is a technique we cover in our teacher training courses. In short, meta programmes are not to do with what you think they are more about how you […]
Sometimes anxiety is perpetuated by other people’s anxious responses, causing anxiety to bounces from one person to another, growing intensity until there’s some big explosion. How can we avoid escalating this? By keeping a low quiet voice. Talking quietly and […]
In helping a student deal with rage, it is important to deal with any past negative emotional events that may be the cause of the rage that’s being created now. Sometimes you or they, might not know what those things […]
Even after the cause of frustration is resolved for a young person, they may still have to deal with the physical effects. All that energy has to go somewhere. You may have noticed in the classroom how this might get […]
Anger is one of the most powerful emotions that exists within the human psyche. These days, more and more teachers are faced with anger on a day to day basis, be it from pupils or colleagues. The physical effects of […]