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At times we may need to conduct assessments online and set up treatment programmes through Zoom, Skype or Facetime.
A fusion of eastern and western therapeutic techniques is used to unravel deep-seated emotional issues. A deeply calming therapy which brings understanding and a sense of confidence in the way forward.
Kinesiology is a fascinating therapy because it finds the connection between physical ailments and our emotional life, past and present. As one client said,
“I have learnt to understand my body better and how my emotional reactions can impact my energy level and general feeling of wellbeing.”
Biologically every experience, however small, gains an emotional context and habitual patterns of emotional response can become ingrained with certain triggers. That’s why kinesiologists recognise the importance in defusing the emotional association with any imbalance found in the body. Benefits will be experienced from the very first session.
Many of my clients have come to me with issues that have lingered for a while. It might be a sore neck, an old injury or a feeling of panic in certain situations.
Kinesiology works well in unravelling all the parts to an issue and helps you find a healthy resolution.
Listening skills and comprehension are improved by stimulating auditory processing function through music. Personalised assessments are available for individuals or standard programmes for schools.
Here in Cambridge, I use the Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation programme to assess and devise treatment plans for people who need to improve their reading, writing and comprehension.
People of all ages can reap the benefit from optimising their ability to hear and process sound correctly. Older people who have lost some functionality in the way they interpret sound, or who develop sensitivity to noise, find that the programme reduces their anxiety in social settings and helps clarify their mental processes.
Auditory processing difficulties can be at the root of problems at school or college. When a student finds it hard to remember what they are meant to be doing, daydreams in class and writing even the shortest piece takes great effort, there’s a strong chance that their brain doesn’t process sensory information effectively.
Students find they can concentrate better, follow instruction and write more fluidly after a Johansen therapy programme.
Issues that can be helped with Johansen
- Auditory processing difficulties
- Reading, writing and spelling problems
- Concentration and paying attention
- Motion sickness
- Coordination and balance
- Social skills
- Anxiety and confidence