Jennifer Warters

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Nursery Rhymes and their Meaning

These seemingly childish rhymes have their roots based in historic fact.  Many people have researched the origin of  traditional nursery rhymes which have been part of children’s lives for hundreds of years and these familiar rhymes have existed for centuries.   Nursery rhymes began to be printed in England as early as 1570.   The verses
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How Babies Learn to Listen

The mother’s voice is vital food for the unborn child’s psychological and physiological development. According to Alfred Tomatis, a French physician, psychologist and educator, the mother’s voice perceived mainly through bone conduction is rich in harmonics  providing a major amount of stimulation necessary for the growth of the nervous system. The mother’s voice envelops the
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Missing Greg

Steven, a ten year old boy on the autistic spectrum was missing his little dog, Greg, who died suddenly at home.  Steven was unable to express his shock and sad feelings in words but acted out his confusion and anger in inappropriate ways. Children with autism have difficulty connecting to their feelings and struggle to
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Pharoah’s Initiation – Child’s Play

  Regular flights to Dublin offered creative play opportunities for young children in Ireland whose parents were concerned because of  their child’s communication or behaviour problems. Parents were supported by energy alignment sessions .  On this occasion, a follow up appointment had been booked for Finbar, a little boy I had met on a previous
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Walking Back to Happiness

Peter was in his late forties and in residential accommodation  when we met, he had been the youngest child with three older siblings and was reported to have been consistently aggressive and violent towards family members.   Horrifyingly, as a little boy, when Peter exhibited aggressive behaviour he was shut in a cupboard by his father.
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The Talking Tree

In 2015, I documented play sessions with Lesley, a little girl of eight, who, at the age of three had suddenly been removed from the care of her parents because she was thought to be at risk because of their addiction to drugs and alcohol.  Such a traumatic experience would have been emotionally painful for
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The Power of Good Vibrations

In 2016, while on a visit to the historic island of Malta, as an enthusiastic toning practitioner I was eager to visit the Hagar Quim Temple Complex.  I waited patiently for an hour in the morning sun for a bus to take me to the village of Qrendi which lies about a mile away from
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Spiritual Attunement for Tinnitus Sufferers

This paper updates a study of Tinnitus published in 2016 and demonstrates how client work has evolved.   An international online tinnitus clinic  offers a structured programme of self-help with an element of counselling support.   An alignment tone now replaces the sequence of individual tones initially required for each client.  Where clients are willing to sustain
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Bring My Daddy Back

In my previous blogs about my work with children,  I have emphasised my belief that when children are given an opportunity to direct their play without adult control, they are more likely to tap into their own unique self-healing mechanism and direct their play in a way that would give them the healing they needed
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Simple Pleasures

We all, whether young or old, able bodied or disabled, intellectually impaired or with the capacity to function in all aspects of physical life, have the ability to find a purpose and to reach a fuller potential if we are able to connect to the intuitive pathways beyond our cognitive faculties. We can accomplish this
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