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Why you only need to make one resolution this New Year to achieve lasting change
Why you only need to make one resolution this New Year to achieve lasting change 150 150 Jane Evans

Are you a new year’s resolutions devotee or a ‘new year – new you’ rebel? Either way, you probably want to make some changes to your life or your business and achieve some new goals in 2019. And, if you scroll through your social media accounts right now, they’re jam-packed with New Year’s resolutions and…

What if I can’t soothe my child?
What if I can’t soothe my child? 150 150 Jane Evans

Let me be really clear… If you are currently struggling with a child or baby who seems to be more distressed when you try to hold or comfort them, DO NOT DESPAIR. There truly is so much you can do starting from today. Without the additional insights in this blog, it can make it seem…

The Parenting Coach you have always needed!
The Parenting Coach you have always needed! 150 150 Jane Evans

Why THE Parenting Coach? Because I want to be clear that I am THE Parenting Coach you need! Saving you the pain of wasting any more of your child’s precious development with things that, at best don’t work for them, or you. At worst, cause them, and your relationship with them, distress, disconnection, and even…

How often do you blame others instead of adjusting your own s*%t first?
How often do you blame others instead of adjusting your own s*%t first? 150 150 Jane Evans

Do find yourself blaming clients or employees when things go wrong? Your employee or client doesn’t deliver on a clearly agreed goal, target, outcome or behaviour change. It’s not the first time…Then, to make things worse, you raised it with them and they got defensive. Either in a subtle, or not so subtle way, they…

Children with problems or problem children?
Children with problems or problem children? 150 150 Jane Evans

What has happened to them? A recent BBC article on links between children’s behaviour and mental health, caught my eye. Initially I was full of optimism for a breakthrough in how we are understanding children’s behaviour as communication of their distress. After all, as Dr Bruce Perry, Oprah and many others are saying. The most…

What to do when a child is biting others…
What to do when a child is biting others… 150 150 Jane Evans

Photo by Paul Hanaoka  Why is biting so bad? I remember only too well picking my son up from pre-school and being told there had been a ‘biting incident!’ When we got home he showed me a clear bite mark on his arm. Initially I was really upset but, as he seemed to be less…

Ready to transform your professional energy?
Ready to transform your professional energy? 150 150 Jane Evans

Transformations, changes..are you ready? Have you considered what your work and personal experiences could become, if you were more tuned into your energy? When I first studied Bruce H. Lipton’s work in The Biology of Belief, it turned out to be a LARGE missing piece of my personal and professional puzzle. Maybe it could be…

Why is an ’emotionally safe’ practitioner essential?
Why is an ’emotionally safe’ practitioner essential? 150 150 Jane Evans

A ‘safety focused’ version of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Need On a dull August afternoon it seems like a good time to update a longstanding model of the hierarchy of human needs. (as you do!!) Not to be disruptive, honest. But because my work, studies and life have taught me the immense value and necessity of…

Why can a dog’s trauma make our hearts melt?
Why can a dog’s trauma make our hearts melt? 150 150 Jane Evans

I love dogs But…I’ve always wondered why it is easier for many to feel compassion for a traumatised dog than for children and adults with early experiences of trauma. Is it because humans often show their trauma in ways society finds challenging, and judges harshly? My friend and colleague Fiona Scott has recently welcomed Jessie,…

Broken Bedrooms and Bruised Hearts
Broken Bedrooms and Bruised Hearts 150 150 Jane Evans

To be surrounded by broken pieces of your child’s new furniture surely feels bewildering. Or, like a heartrending rejection of the love, kindness, time and energy you have gladly offered them. The furniture, so lovingly chosen, was meant to help them settle in and have a sense of their own things and of belonging. Purchased,…