Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) Helping with Dyslexia - 4th Mar
Mavis Kerrigan helps children and adults to do their best and be the best they can be in their lives.
Atherley Bowling Club, Hill Lane, SO15 5DB
Doors open at 7pm Members £6 Non Members £7
Wednesday March 4th 2020
She is a parent and grandparent and was a teacher for 30 years in state schools and for a further 20 years she has trained in and specialized in helping people with neuro-diverse conditions and people who want to improve their physical and psychological well-being as a Hypnotherapist, Life Coach, NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer, Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) Advanced Practitioner and Trainer and OldPain2Go (OP2G) Practitioner. These processes have helped to keep her body and mind fit through many traumatic experiences.
During her talk she will introduce you to one of the therapies that she trains people to do. It’s called Integral Eye Movement Therapy and she will explain how she has used it to help children with dyslexia and how you can use it simply to avoid feeling stressed.
For children it’s about helping them to feel confident amongst their peers and helping them to improve their literacy and numeracy. She helps all of her clients, young and older alike, to release their stress and lift low feelings, to help them have more clarity calm and happiness in their lives.
She helps children and teenagers to spell, write, read and calculate in maths more easily and how to cope with comprehension tests and word problems in maths. She helps in particular, those who have dyslexia and perhaps eye-stress when reading and who generally find things difficult at school.