Who I Work With

I work with the new children, called Indigo or Crystal who often display symptoms of dyslexia, language delay, hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder or food intolerances. In addition, I focus on working with parents who are interested in making diet changes and who are open to changing their family lifestyle.

My clients all share one common trait: They all want to find a solution to their child’s problem or problems…

Because I work closely with parents in a partnership to help their child, I’ve decided not to work anymore with parents who simply want to drop their child off at my office and expect me to fix the problem myself, without any parental involvement.

As a parent, you have to take your responsibility back.

If you take back your power/responsibility as a parent, you will feel such a relief you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it earlier…

  • You need not come to therapy for years: I want to work with you and your child, so you can get to the point where you do not need to turn to a therapist when you face a bump in the road. You will already have the skills and the knowledge you need to solve the problem with your child.

  • You need to involve yourself in the process. You are going to have to do some Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) for yourself, and you are going to possibly need to do some EFT with your child, if it works.

  • Once you and your child practice EFT, both you and he will feel so much better. EFT allows you to let go of your fears, which will ultimately lead to less stress and much more happiness.

Your child is not “the” problem.

This means that when a child in a family displays symptoms, he is trying to get a message to us. The great news is that you as parents will immensely benefit from helping your child as you will let go of fears and stress along the way. It’s important to understand and acknowledge that if you want to work successfully with me. You need to have time to be a part of the process. Working with me is an investment in your child’s future.

Finally, you want to take your power back.

If you give your power to doctors, therapists and teachers, you will become part of an endless cycle. Taking responsibility will ensure you help your child succeed rather than getting stuck in the endless cycle. Taking back your power as parents is not difficult. It’s such a relief to discover your own skills and to know you are competent in helping your own child.

How I Can Help

Are some of these scenarios true for you?

Scenario 1: Your child has been diagnosed with dyslexia

If your child has been diagnosed with dyslexia, you have likely been told by the diagnosing therapist that the prognosis is not very good. Your child will be able to cope, but school will always be difficult for him. He will always have to use more energy than other students to get to the same results. On the whole, nothing to look forward to!

Such a prognosis is daunting for both you and for your child. There are no good reasons to accept such a prognosis. Taking the holistic approach will open up many other doors toward different results. When you work with me, you understand your child is intelligent and there is a way to help him to freedom.

Scenario 2: Your Child Has Been Labeled “Slow”

Many of the children with whom I work are considered slow because they do not work as fast as other children in the class. Your child may be slow at school, but when doing things he likes, he is not slow! You know deep down that he is perfectly intelligent.

Sometimes, this so-called slow child is a perfectionist. Either he is never satisfied and starts over and over, getting frustrated, or he doesn’t start because he’s afraid of mistakes. Typically, when he takes a test in school, he either works too slowly or panics, resulting in low grades.

Your child may then be forced to spend his weekend catching up on the work he didn’t finish during the week. While you might suspect your child is doing this on purpose, you know deep down that it’s not true.

Scenario 3: Your Child Has Low Self-Esteem and Lacks Confidence

Your child is shy, is afraid of tests and of doing poorly in school: He may lack self esteem and it is stopping him from revealing his potential. You know your child is intelligent and creative, but he is always worried and stressed.

Perhaps something went wrong at school when he was younger: Someone made fun of him, said he wasn’t doing well or he had a bad experience, which resulted in a false conclusion: He is not good enough.

Such children often respond very well and very quickly to EFT, if both you and your child are willing to practice daily between our sessions (10 minutes are enough).

Scenario 4: Your Child Is Highly Sensitive

You may have one child who is not like the others. He reacts strongly to noise, smell, refuses to wear tight clothes, refuses certain foods or textures. He can evaluate new people in seconds and loves or hates them. He is not impressed by punishment and will explain to you how much he wants revenge.

Traditional psychotherapy hasn’t worked or he clearly refused to visit certain therapists again. Sometimes the psychologist cannot help because the child is a psychic, can read the auras and feel/hear what others are thinking. He will know who he can confide in. I work with these children because I understand them.

This child loves animals, nature, talks to flowers and is in awe in front of a nice landscape. He can also become very worried about ecological problems. Some will refuse to eat meat because they do not want to hurt animals.

He will have a unique notion of respect and integrity. Lying to him is impossible. He will know if you are, and confront you either verbally of through acting out. That can be rather frightening as a parent. As a result, adults have to really look at themselves and really have to work on their integrity and honesty.As a result, it’s important for you to follow through with everything you say. If you are the parent of an indigo and you say one thing and do something else, your child will respond in a negative manner.

Sometimes he will surprise you with very mature thoughts or insights. He can have very determined tastes since a very young age.

Chances are this child is a so called “Indigo or Crystal” child. Labels are not so important. What is important is understanding how he sees life and the world to understand his reactions.

Even though he is highly sensitive your child needs limits and structures. You will not help him if you revere him as a queen or king. The key is to respect him for who he truly is and not for who you want him to be. These children are asking us to review our fear based up bringing and find new ways but they still need to have parents!

Scenario 5: Your child is late speaking

Amongst the very sensitive kids, more and more are starting to talk later than expected. Some don’t use verbal language before three, four or even five years old. This can be quite a stressful situation for the parents.

Some of these Crystal children have the ability of reading people’s energy fields and communicating telepathically with their parents. Therefore, they have no need for speech and it is only when they start socializing more and more out of their home that they understand the importance of verbal language with non-telepathic people.

As a language therapist, I recommend you have your child’s speech assessed if you are worried but do visit an open-minded therapist so your child does not get immediately labeled. Explaining to your child why speech is helpful and how much easier communication will be with others is a good starting point.

Other scenarios can include toxicity stemming from the gut and “clouding” the brain, or blocks which can be alleviated through EFT or everything at once.

Scenario 6: Your Child Has Food Sensitivities

Your child may have food intolerances or sensitivities. They are, in fact, very common and we miss them because we think his behavior has to do with his personality. It’s only when you take out processed foods, for example, and see a difference that you realize there’s a problem.

Sometimes you will have noticed that he comes back very “high” after birthday parties. That’s triggered mostly by the sugar and food additives in the sweets and treats.

There can be other food intolerances such as gluten and casein, just to name a few. Food intolerances usually stem from bad gut flora and have a huge impact on a child’s ability to concentrate, learn, behave and be happy!

Changing Your Ways for Great Things To Happen!

For great things to happen, you must do things differently.

It’s very important to be committed to changing what is not working with your child and to be open to trying new things.

For example, if you have been reading with your child every single day for a couple of years and he is in language therapy for reading and it is not working, that means that is not where the cause of the problem lies.

It’s time to learn how to stop doing the same things that do not work and find what does work.

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