POSITIVE CHANGE FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
Children and young people just like adults can feel down and also sometimes find it difficult understanding, communicating or relating to overpowering emotions and feelings. Children and young people can become overwhelmed by these confusing emotions and feelings and they sometimes engage in disruptive, risk taking, or aggressive behaviors as a way of coping.
My years of working with children and young people and being a mum myself has given me an insight into lots of different struggles that our children are facing in current times such as anxiety, self harm, low mood and depression, bullying, low confidence and self esteem, poor body image, anger, bereavement, concentration, exam stress and struggling in the school environment.
As my work with adults involves working intuitively I also work in this way with children and young people through different mediums such as talking, journal work, creatively through art and also through calming visualisation techniques, being a hypnotherapist I can use my relaxation techniques to help calm their little minds when negative thoughts can easily take over. Children and teenagers love their relaxation sessions as it is something that many may have not experienced and leaves them feeling amazingly relaxed and calm.
Are you looking for something different? Something that would allow you to help support your child to
Eliminate Negative Thoughts
Enable Positive Relationships
Have some Direction in Life
Work on any Anger Issues
Give me a call and we can have a chat on what support I can offer you as a family and your child.
My supportive sessions are all tailored for each individual young person and are - FUN and ENGAGING and they will experience something a little bit different. I allow your child to explore their emotions and feelings in a way they may have not done before, breaking through challenges to help them feel happier have a sense of purpose and gain some inner peace.
Mum & Son
Jane and her services came highly recommended to me and my son Ben in the beginning by a friend. We were at a point when help or support was not available for months. Ben was truly struggling with the loss of his father and we were both at breaking point. Over the past few years we have returned to Jane for counselling because of the positive impact the sessions bring to our lives; for example how to deal with grief, support with self confidence, dealing with relaxation, the transition into high school but to name a few, but most of all the kind friendship and shoulder that Jane offers to Ben in a safe warm environment where he can share his troubles. We have found the experience as a family warm, supportive, positive and one that we will not hesitate to return to in future and would also highly recommend to others. Thank you Jane. LE Liverpool
Jane has really helped me with my emotions, settling into new schools and is very friendly. It helps because when Jane does relaxation it calms me down and all my worries go away and it makes me feel more confident about myself and what I do. BE age 11
The support I had off Jayne was good. It helped me a lot. I felt like i wasn't alone and that i had somebody to talk to. It helped me understand that my problems aren't as big as I thought. RS age 14
It helped me get everything off my chest and could concentrate on the more important stuff. The sessions helped me concentrate and listen more in school and to take a step back from the arguments. GN age 12
I have learned a lot and realised there was a reason why I harmed myself at the time. It helped me realise I never need to do it again. Jayne helped in allowing me to express myself. CS age 13
I needed help with my confidence. I am so happy now and can't believe I never believed in myself. I can't thank Jayne enough, she is a kind and loving person. MC age 15
It helped me understand what was wrong with me and helped me understand situations and what I should do. LO age 14
My sessions with Jayne helped me a lot in and out of school, also with the bullying as well. It's a place to go and it makes you feel better. KG age 12.
It gave me a place to sit and talk and learn methods to control my anger. It was very helpful for having someone there for you who is so supportive. KH age 14.
It was good to speak to someone. I can talk about the bad things in life without getting to emotional. LY age 15.
Having someone outside the family to talk with, who can support young people in making sense of what’s going on and offer practical techniques and advice, as well as helping to re-build confidence, can really make a difference. Young people particularly welcome strategies that they can take away and use for themselves. They also tend to respond more quickly to therapy than adults.