NLP Just For Kids

At NLP just for Kids we provide practical solutions children overcome emotional challenges, to increase confidence and self esteem and therefore enable children to reach a greater learning potential. Our workshops are designed and adapted from the effective techniques in NLP to help children to become better able to manage their own emotional states, to become inspired and motivated by the learning opportunities that are offered to them. The techniques we use are delivered in a way that is fun and comprehendible for children, encouraging them to co-operate more effectively with other students as well as improving their confidence and commitment when working individually.

Duration: 22 hours

Exam stress
Lack of Confidence
Low Self Esteem
Loss of Motivation
Negative Attitude

It is claimed by many child psychologists that between the ages of 3 years and 11 years is an imprint period. This means that childhood experiences between these ages are likely to have an impact on who that child becomes, how they feel, behave and represent the world to themselves in later life. This is why it is extremely important that a child is given the opportunity to understand their feelings and emotions. Failure to do so, could lead to that child growing up and feeling unable to ever achieve their full potential.


Playing one parent off against the other.
Can’t make friends.
Won’t do their homework.
Won’t tidy their room.
Behaves selfishly/thoughtlessly..
Won’t wash.
Won’t talk, except in grunts, shouts, or whines.
Won’t study.

NLP therapy is the answer to children who are undergoing some problems related to psychological problems.
NLP just for kids is considered to be an authorized, believe-changing system, dealing with the internal representation of a person. NLP works on six basic levels; environment, behavior, capabilities, beliefs and value, identity, and purpose. These levels are important and help to achieve improvements.


We ask parents to support their child throughout their training sessions in a variety of ways, and this may usually involve others within the family behaving or reacting in new ways. Since we usually work alone with the child after the initial consultation involving the child and parent(s) we are able to build up good rapport with the child, and this way the child will usually express themselves a little better when their parents are not around. This is because when the parents are in the room, they would tend to let their parents do most of the talking and thinking!

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