Karen Beveridge

With a vast experience in education, Karen achieved her qualification for Headship from Strathclyde University in 2002.

After qualification Karen deepened her understanding of psychological and physical factors which impact learning by training as a Neuro-Developmental Therapist and a Sound Therapist. She uses movement and sound therapy programmes which address the root cause of many learning difficulties. Karen provides treatment to address the cause of certain learning difficulties. These difficulties include reading and writing problems, dyslexia, dyspraxia (DCD), coordination problems, concentration difficulties, underachievement, short term memory and auditory processing issues.

With her vast knowledge of child development and her skills as a Master Practitioner of Neuro-linguistic programming coupled with training in stress management, she also supports clients to overcome anxieties impacting on their emotional well-being. Well known and respected for her work, Karen equips her client’s children and adults, with healthy stress management techniques so they learn how to manage their stress/anxieties from an early age enabling them to move forwards from restrictive thinking. Training for professionals is also provided and for companies with parent networks. Karen is a member of the British Institute of Hypnotherapy. A consultation service for parents is available, aimed at providing strategies to overcome challenges in family life.