Get help unlearning difficulties with NLP

If you are a:

  • parent who can’t get help for your child struggling with learning difficulties from the school, educational psychologist, local educational authority…
  • family member / friend / acquaintance of someone who has learning difficulties
  • teacher, assistant, mentor, tutor, educational support worker, educator who wants to improve your efficiency in working with students with learning difficulties
  • professional / entrepreneur working in the trades / corporations who is too busy and unaware of help being available or embarrassed to get help for your learning difficulties

Which learning difficulties can you get help from here with?

  • spelling – poor, irregular, nonexistent, reversing letters [d-b, p-q, a-e, c-o], reversing syllables [ae-ea, ei-ie]
  • reading speed and fluency – misreading, slow / eratic reading, poorly recognizing words, reading with frequent errors
  • reading comprehension – difficulty with remembering the read content
  • writing – messy writing, inability to copy things to paper, writing with frequent errors, difficulty / inability to draw
  • dealing with numbers – mental arithmetic, visualizing / retaining numbers, difficulty with mathematical reasoning, reading analog clocks, breakdown of steps in mathematical procedures, poor time management
  • dyslexia
  • dyscalculia [=numerical version of dyslexia]
  • visual memory – difficulty with directing and organizing one’s learning, remembering symbols, patterns, mathematical / chemical equations, names of people / places / colours / animals / objects / days / abstract phenomena, geographical orientation, finding objects, frequent losing of objects, remembering visual cues – landmarks / faces / recalling visual details of pictures, frequently getting lost / disoriented, difficulty with constructing geometrical figures
  • auditory [=hearing] memory – difficulty remembering spoken instructions, following lectures / long conversations, acquiring information by listening, mishearing words [thus misinterpreting information], understanding foreign accents, extra effort required to listen to speech
  • auditory processing – speech rambling, difficulty explaining in own words, using internal voice to work out consequences, speaking in incomplete sentences, difficulty following long sentences, flat / monotonous speech with lack of rhythm and intonation, mispronouncing words, avoiding using words because of uncertainty of pronouncing them, difficulty learning foreign languages, difficulty with thinking and speaking at the same time, speech slurring / lack of articulation
  • attention – difficulty keeping attention to a task
  • nonverbal and abstract learning difficulty interpreting nonverbal information such as body language / facial expressions / voice tone, weak social skills, difficulty perceiving and interpreting one’s emotions, understanding the correct sequence of steps in a task such as cooking, sowing, computer programming
  • kinaesthetic [=bodily] perception – awkward / clumsy body movements, poor muscle tone resulting in slow / awkward body movements, bumping into objects due to not knowing where the body is in space in relation to objects, uneven handwriting with variable pressure, difficulty navigating in the dark, messy / disorganized workspace, difficulty with time signature in music
  • logical reasoning – difficulty with logical reasoning, understanding cause and effect
  • executive functions – difficulty with thinking / planning / problem solving verbally and nonverbally, seeing the main point / core of things, difficulty with associative memory

The person who benefits…

  • is highly or averagely intelligent
  • has a combination of several learning difficulties
  • does not have severe intellectual, emotional, behavioural, nor cognitive disorders
  • does not brain injury nor autism
  • is of any age and native language

UnLearning Difficulties With NLP teaches and helps people to:

  • build and strengthen cognitive processes
  • train visual and auditory memory
  • sharpen observational skills and attention to detail
  • develop attention and concentration
  • improve fine motor skills [for writing etc.]
  • strengthen the memory, processing speed, cognitive efficiency
  • strengthen executive functions
  • build capacity for (non)verbal thinking, reasoning, problem solving
  • at home
  • within their community
  • in the workplace