This is a self-help hypnotherapy recording for young people aged from around ten to sixteen years old who are suffering from verbal bullying. It will help your child:
- Feel relaxed, comforted and supported
- Imagine an inner storehouse of thoughts, feelings, images and beliefs
- Clear out harmful words and influences from others
- Find their inner strength and boost their self-esteem
- Store positive inner messages so they are less vulnerable
- Visualise self-coping with more calm and personal confidence in every situation
Gentle and relaxing, it gives your child a way to release negative feelings, get a sense of emotional support and helps them feel more calm and confident about dealing with bullying behaviour. Play the recording at bedtime; they can relax and drift off to sleep at the end. If you find that they fall asleep more or less immediately, let them listen at a quiet time earlier on before bedtime instead, or as well as, when they go to bed. The recording should be in addition to, rather than instead of, any usual bedtime rituals or reading so that they don't feel deprived in any way.
Research shows that when a person first acts out each positive step in their imagination, it dramatically increases the likelihood of their success in the real world. This recording contains powerful suggestions for boosting confidence and self-esteem. The language and topics used are carefully crafted to appeal to listeners of all suitable ages.
Lynda Hudson's gentle, well-modulated, English voice calms, re-assures and encourages. A clinical hypnotherapist and former teacher, Lynda has worked with many children and has helped them overcome numerous problems. Her work has been widely featured in the press and she has appeared on both TV and radio.
PLEASE NOTE: It is important to remember that this recording is designed to help your child feel calmer and stronger and more able to cope with the stress of verbal bullying in whatever guise it takes. Remember, however, that serious bullying will still need to be addressed by the parent at school or in whichever environment the bullying is taking place.