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Other people who work at Therapy Space

My name is Jenny Hagel and I have worked with Children, Parents and Professional colleagues in a private practice for Holistic Therapy (PGL) in Oberursel, Germany for the last 4 years. I have now joined Linda at the Therapy Space bringing additional knowledge and expertise to this great working environment.

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My aim is to help bring smiles to faces through fun and enjoyable learning and by understanding where each child is in their development journey, recognising the next steps, and moving forward together.

– AD(H)D
– ASD DIR®/ FLoortime
– Social training (building and holding positive relationships, finding a place in a group, bullying)
– Behaviour training (Communication strategies,providing opportunities for conflict resolution)
– Concentration training (at the table or in the movement room)
– Handwriting and handedness (gross or fine motor skills, left or right handed)
– Sensory Processing Disorder (vision, audition, tactile, proprioception, vestibular)
– Self confidents and self-perception
– Attachment Disorder
– Teaching learning strategies

‘Psychomotricity is based on the holistic view of a balanced body and mind. It integrates the cognitive, emotional, symbolical and physical interactions in the individual´s capacity to be and to act in a psychosocial context ‘. Psychomotricity´s scientific references are medical, psychological and neuropsychological educational, as well as the social sciences.
(More information: http://psychomot.org/documents-inventory/professional_competences_2012.pdf)

‘The DIR®/Floortime™ Model‘ Developmental, Individualised, Relationship-Based (DIR®) Approach (aka FloortimeTM) offers a developmental approach to intervention for children with special needs in partnership with their parents.

DIR/Floortime is a way of relating to a child in which we recognise and respect the emotional experience and expressions of the
child, shown in their actions, ideas, and intentions, and interact in a way that helps the child use their natural emotions with an even greater sense of purpose, building their capacity to engage and communicate, at increasingly complex levels of functional development.

Education

University Marburg
Master of Arts in Motologie
(MA Psychomotricity)

University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt
Bachelor of Arts Social Worker

Contact: Jenny.Hagel@gmx.de
Or 07725615804

Hourly therapy £50
(negotiable if child is very young)

Membership: BVDM e.V.(http://www.motologie.net/)

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