For children and young people who are experiencing difficulties with their learning, coordination or behaviour, there may be aspects of immaturity in their physical development. Here in Cambridge, I use the INPP Method and the Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation programme to carry out thorough assessments and deliver effective remedial treatments.
The Johansen programme is also suitable for the older person who finds that their ability to hear and process sound has diminished either through illness or age.
In addition, I offer Kinesiology sessions for all ages. This is a remarkable therapy for helping us understand our emotional triggers and move forward with confidence.
Please contact me for information about online appointments.
Together we can conduct assessments and set up treatment programmes through Zoom, Skype or Facetime.
Signs of neuro-motor immaturity can be identified using standard medical (non-invasive) tests for gross and fine muscle coordination, reflexes, motor development and balance, laterality, oculo-motor functioning and visual-perception. Any indications of auditory processing difficulties will be investigated using separate audiometry tests.
The results from these assessments map out which aspects of motor or auditory processing difficulties are present. A programme is then designed which stimulates sensory integration and information processing, starting with the earliest indicated area of neuro-motor immaturity.
The INPP Method is used for motor related learning difficulties of balance, coordination and attention. A programme of physical exercises is specially selected for the neuro developmental profile of the child or student.
The Johansen auditory stimulation programmes are suitable for all ages, for anyone who experiences auditory processing difficulties. Their inability to interpret sound information correctly can lead to misunderstandings or frustration, which in turn limits their potential in so many areas of life.
I also specialise in a form of Kinesiology that focuses on emotional wellbeing for both children and adults. This therapy helps people to understand the connections between physical ailments and their emotional life. It is particularly beneficial for those suffering from anxiety and self-confidence issues.
Issues that can be helped
- Reading, writing and spelling problems
- Auditory processing difficulties
- Concentration and paying attention
- Impulse control
- Motion sickness
- Developmental Coordination Disorder
- Coordination and balance
- Anxiety and confidence
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