Treating tweenages and teenagers

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By Lee Foxcroft   

Lee Foxcroft
Lee Foxcroft
Guest
Mar 11th, 2013 07:31
Treating tweenages and teenagers

Hi
I am seeing two boys this week age 11 and 13 for different issues. I have treated a number of children before using inductions like the magic carpet, but feel that this is too young for these boys. I would appreciate everyone's thoughts on whether to go with a full adult induction and deepener, or to alter the children's one so that it is not quite so childish. (There doesn't seem to be anything on this site aimed at young teens.) Many thanks

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Faith
Faith
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Mar 13th, 2013 05:24
Re: Treating tweenages and teenagers

Hi Lee, if your clients are into sport then there is a sport induction and deepener that you could use, otherwise it might be better to adapt one of the inductions that you use for adults - certainly for the 13 year old but a lot depends on the maturity of the children and what they are interested in.

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mahatma coat
Mahatma coat
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Mar 16th, 2015 12:24
Re: Treating tweenages and teenagers

teenagers are usually very intelligent beings with their mind in the learning mode...
just do a full body induction, and several hand-drop deepeners... they have very open minds

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