Junior NLP programme for young people aged 10-18yrs

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This is a led programme, it is not therapy. Your child or young person will be taught many NLP and EFT techniques in an engaging and interactive way with exercises and questions, where they can use examples from their own life. They will learn:

Session 1

  • what is NLP?
  • understanding how we process our world
  • focusing on what we want 

Session 2

  • overcoming limiting beliefs (the things that get in the way)
  • accessing the skills to overcome blocks
  • building confidence

Session 3

  • what is EFT?
  • tapping techniques for fear, anxiety, anger, low self-esteem
  • how to tap in school 
  • using EFT for resilience 

Session 4

  • the drama triangle
  • how to be a problem solver
  • personal issues addressed

The cost is £250 for the four one hour sessions. 

Notes for the session are sent in advance so they can make notes directly on their workbook and so parents can see what we will be covering. Call me to discuss if this is the best programme for your child or teen. 

Certificated course. 

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Hosted by Judy Bartkowiak

Judy Bartkowiak is an NLP & EFT Practitioner and Trainer, Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner and Reiki healer. She runs NLP & EFT Kids, coaching for parents, children, teens and schools. Author of: 'Understanding children and teens - a practical guide for parents, teachers and coaches' and 'Empower your kids! A coaching guide for parents.'


Hosted by Judy Bartkowiak

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