Relieving Anxiety and Calming the Classroom
Having the pleasure of working with an elementary school for at-risk boys, among my favorite stories is one of a very bright, handsome slightly autistic boy whose parents behavior was quite unsettling for him. He was also teased and bullied a lot at school, and while it was hurtful, what bothered him more was disappointment in himself when on occasion he lashed out at the perpetrators. We worked on the teasing and bulling and worked on self-regulation for circumstances at home and…Continue
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I always enjoy the videos on TED.com Somehow they reflect back to me the finest in us all – the compassion, the innovation, the excitement, an up-close and personal, real-time glimpse of Humans, Being. And so I watched with joy as a teacher named John Hunter described his life’s work unfolding. …Continue
Added by Jondi Whitis on October 26, 2018 at 6:30am — No Comments
Quickly learn rapid relief from everyday overwhelm, meltdown, confusion.
When we use Creative Tapping Techniques for Emotional…Continue
Added by Jondi Whitis on October 18, 2018 at 7:00am — No Comments
Last november I did a presentation at the Energy Congerence from the Guild of Energists in Eastbourne, UK. A presentation abouthow I used Energy EFT in classrooms to Team Up the group as one! And every child as unique unit in itself. But I start with the group, the whole group aiming at bonding, strengthening the team spirit so every child is allowed to be his best…Continue
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Reading an internet blog today gave me inspiration to write this piece; it's for all of us - those who were parented (through every good intention) to give away our power, and those of us raising kids who struggle NOT to make the same mistakes.
Specifically, when we intrude on a child's ability to say 'No' to either their perceptions, opinions or ability to refuse touch affection by ignoring them, not taking them seriously, or riding roughshod over their protests, we are saying…Continue
Added by Jondi Whitis on July 31, 2014 at 3:31pm — No Comments
Ivey was used to city life - garbage trucks, sirens, aggressive pit bull owners, tiny barking things, and even squirming, dog-phobic kids of all ages and sizes. But this young…Continue
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Hey, there really is a way to get a handbook for kids. Turns out they DO actually come with one! I recently talked with Carol Tuttle about her fantastically helpful new book, The Child Whisperer.
It's a very revealing look at you, your child or those in your family or work, and how you might better understand each other. And that means less tears, tangles, tantrums and more progress, learning, peace and freedom to be who we really are. My favorite chapter is called,…Continue
Added by Jondi Whitis on November 8, 2012 at 10:01am — No Comments
What a wonderful collection of resources we've assembled for you here! I'm looking over the shows we've brought you, and all the wonderful tapping for children…
Added by Jondi Whitis on July 25, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
That is the most common questions parents and teachers alike ask me. How do I GET MY CHILD TO...do something, or NOT do something. And my first response might be, "Why do you want them to?" Once I get more information, I begin to see that the first thing to do is to change THEIR energy about the situation.
How do we do that? We teach them to tap on all the reasons and feelings they have about "the problem". I helpfully guide them to discover more reasons that underlie…Continue
Added by Jondi Whitis on June 14, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
Rick Wilkes joined us for a TappingStar conversation this month. Hear what he has to say about working with kids that many have labeled as 'something's wrong with this child'... http://www.blogtalkradio.com/eftradio/2012/04/20/rick-wilkes-on-helping-children-with-adhd
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