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Online Level 1 EFT Training (Emotional Freedom Technique)

ADHD, ASC & LD Belgium
10/02/2018 from 16:00until 10/02/2018 - 23:00
10 Feb
Online Training - Contact us for more info
Rue Washington 40
1050  Brussels

10 Feb (16h-23h)-Online Level 1 EFT Training with Jeanine Crombé (Emotional Freedom Technique) sometimes called Tapping) in an online class. Training+certificate+Workbook offered.  Special pricing for members & registration essential please contact:  ****What is EFT? see link below.

* - *   U p c o m i n g     E v e n t s   * - *( See our social media links below for updates)

*24 Feb (10:30-12:30): 3rd Parent Support Meeting: ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, etc facilitated by Anne Cohen, LCSW-­ C, experienced family therapist and psychotherapist.  Register

*3 Mar (10:30-12:30): 3rd Parent/Teacher Support for Autism Issues: Tools & Strategies - techniques and tips from our Autism Observer/Communicator, Nancy Tuerlinckx and friends.   Please contact us at:

*10 Mar: Ambassador Training for European Brains @ Work Project with Joanne Norris During the training, the participants will receive a thorough grounding in information about ADHD, autism and Learning Disabilities so that they are aware of the indicators and what these mean for individuals in the workplace. The trainee ambassadors will be encouraged to focus on the strengths and special talents that people with these characteristics often have, which can include creativity, high levels of energy, crisis management skills, visual thinking, thinking outside the box, pattern recognition, detail orientation, the ability to hyper-­focus for long periods of time, quickly grasping the big picture, etc. and how they can use these strengths to compensate for any limitations they might have because of their neurological differences. Very often, adults with special brains are themselves unaware of what they could offer because the focus during their entire schooling was on their limitations and they thus find themselves in lower-­level positions unsuited to their talents. Low self-esteem is often an additional issue. Registration & further info: info@adhd-­

*17 Mar: OPEN HOUSE 20-min consultations with healthcare specialists of your choice.

We will host a variety of healthcare specialists (Dr. Anca Paunica, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, psychologists, psychotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Sensory Integrative & iLS Practitioner, Speech & Language therapist [Davis  Dyslexia  Correction Programme], Communicator for people with Autism, Family therapist, Vision  Therapist,  Indian Head Massage and BodyTalk specialist); demonstrations and short talks throughout the day.

It will be possible to meet with tutors, coaches and members of our team who will be ready to connect you with the people you want to meet. Networking opportunities – books, resources, refreshments.)

 *24 March (10:30 - 12:30): Our 3rd Parent & Teacher Support for Autistic Spectrum Issues at home and at school – tools, techniques and tips from our Autism Observer/Communicator, Nancy Tuerlinckx and friends.   

 *21 April (10:30 – 12:30): Our 3rd Parent & Teacher Support for ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, etc. issues at home and at school 

*12 May: Please save the Date for our upcoming Dyslexia Training (10:00 – 17:00)

 -To register for EVENTS * - * Please contact us at: * - *

-Members FREE & 12€ for Non-Members except EFT 10 Feb.

-Membership Fees for 1 Feb - 30 June 2018: Full-time Student/Non-employed: 10€; Family 25€; ADHD, ASC & LD Professional 35€; School / Organization 75€.

-Online Memberships: 

Our mission is a) to provide a network support, evidence-based information, training and resources for people affected by Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Learning Disabilities and related psychiatric conditions that often coexist with them and b) to raise awareness among school administrators, teachers, healthcare professionals, employers and policymakers so that these conditions are better understood and accepted.

Providing psychoeducation to patients, carers, teachers, healthcare professionals and policymakers is an important part of the work that we do to accomplish our objectives.

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