Jacqueline Dennaford works as a psychotherapist, counsellor and intervention practitioner and has been working with adults and children for many years, through private practise as well as in partnership with educational establishments to assist in supporting the learning capabilities of students both adult and minor. Having worked both privately and voluntarily with children, young adults and adults with learning challenges and with varying neurological and physical disabilities, Jacqueline has developed a practise through word of mouth where she has supported and continues to support children and parents who find life challenging.
Janet Gothelf works as a counsellor, psychotherapist and coach and has specialised in the field of Autism for over 20 years. She is the founder of ‘Clearer Perspectives’ – a practice established in 1998 to support and improve the lives of her clients. Janet enables people to better understand themselves, manage their difficulties and build upon their strengths. She is described as a straightforward, trustworthy, non-judgmental, innovative and caring clinician who embraces the dignity of difference.
Bal-A-Vis-X is a series of Balance, Auditory, Vision, eXercises of varied complexity, all of which are deeply rooted in rhythm. The exercises are done using sand-filled bags, racquetballs, and sometimes balance boards.
INPP (Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) was set up in 1975 by Psychologist Peter Blythe PhD*. to research into the effects of immaturity in the functioning of the central nervous system on learning outcomes, emotional functioning and behaviour.
We look behind the problem and help treat the underlying causes through a programme of daily physical exercises tailored to your individual needs.
We are an independent family run practice believing in High Quality Care and personal service. Our practitioners regularly attend continuing education courses and are involved in clinical research and teaching. Specialise in Vision therapy/orthoptics, optometry
Visual stress is a term used to describe visual discomfort and perceptual distortions in the printed text, suffered by many people who struggle to read. The condition is estimated to be present in about 40 % of poor readers and in 20 % of the general population in varying degrees.
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