Children’s behavioural issues come down to their coping mechanisms
FACT: All children want is love and affection from their caregiver, and to be nurtured and to be kept safe.
Babies are born with high self-esteem. Unfortunately, within the interactions of life, this self-belief can be buried from an early age through a lack of love and emotional support, through rejection or even through uncontrollable events that can happen.
Children can develop all kinds of problems if their basic needs are not being met.
As children grow and develop, their behaviour can be affected by situations like the stress of starting kindy and then school.
The child’s anxious and confused feelings of this totally new experience can emerge as bed-wetting, irritability, being withdrawn and even eczema. Young children may not understand if they are stressed or know how to verbalise it, so it can even show as behavioural issues, such as not wanting to go to school.
What can help with children’s issues?
By using RTT we work together to find the cause of the underlying emotional issue and change the meaning and interpretation of this.
With the aim of making the child feel safe and secure in the session while helping them with their beliefs on the issues. Using imagination with younger children makes the sessions relaxed and effective.
Can RTT help with teenage issues?
By the time children become teenagers they can have issues of low self-esteem, or even anxiety or depression, where they have feelings like they are not enough or different from everyone else.
Family problems such as separation or divorce, deaths in the family and moving house and schools, can have a huge impact on young children and teenagers.
Symptoms of nail-biting, exam stress, withdrawn behaviour, skin problems, and even addictions might have developed in response to the confusing emotions they feeling but cannot understand.
Teenage issues are helped through regression and understanding the meaning of the events they have taken on. Then through installing a positive self-belief into the subconscious mind, which will give you back your self-esteem.
Your next step
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