Time: January 24, 2015 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: The Stress Project
Street: 2 Shelburne Road
City/Town: London, N7 6DL
Website or Map: http://www.thenlplifecoach.com
Phone: +44 07746 379 495
Event Tag: child therapy, communication skills with children, confidence building, language, overcome negative behaviours, positive influence, rapport, therapy, vak
Posted By: Joseph Gonsalves
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2015
Communication skills for Parents
This course is for designed for parents that are very worried about certain behaviours they have seen in their child, such as:-
Being shy, withdrawn, sad, antic-social behaviour, stress
and anger and strongly wish for their child to move away from such behaviours but don’t know how they can influence such a change.
The course is all about learning key communication skills to influence negative behaviours so that your child can feel relaxed-open to suggestions and positive change. You become the positive influence that draws them away from exhibiting negative behaviours.
The workshop focuses on Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques that will develop communication with your child and create responsiveness, confidence and openness in your child.
Once you learn the skills, they can used in so many areas of your life where you seek to develop relationships and be a positive influence.
There are two parts to the course as I want you to practise skills you learn in week 1 and report your progress in week 2. Week 1 - building rapport. Rapport is the ability to relate to your child in a way that creates a level of trust and understanding, we cover matching your body language (i.e. posture and gesture) matching breathing rhythm, voice tonality and matching and mirroring. There will be plenty of time for practise exercises in this session.
Week 2 - power and use of language; we explore, content - what you say, tonality - how you phrase what you say and pace - the speed and rhythm of what you say. We also focus on VAK (Visual, Audio, Kinesthetic) Awareness. Learning how to speak 'the same language' as our child and increase the chance of building rapport and avoiding miscommunications. The session focuses on the 3 ways in which we represent our thinking when we communicate with our child, we then learn how to adapt this communication style to build rapport. There will be plenty of time for practice exercises again in this session. Contribution: £60
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