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Children can suffer from psycho-emotional or behavioural problems even from a very young age. These are generally caused by emotional blocks in the Emotional Memory of the Second Brain. These blocks can be due to past traumas or simply to a series of apparently small events or conflicts which have pooled together on the emotional plane. Some examples of signals of emotional blocks are: insecurity, irritability, fears of various kinds (of the dark, of new situations, of animals, of insects, etc.) hyper-activity and hyper-passivity (i.e. a lack of response towards things or an apathetic attitude).

Second Brain Psychology sbpfavicon sheds light on the key role of the psyche of the Second Brain (brain in the gut) in psychological outlook and behaviour. This mind, referred to as the Emotional Matrix of the Second Brain, plays a major role in our psycho-emotional balance and behaviour because it provides us with an innate temperament which sets the scene for personality traits and attitude. The psyche of the Second Brain occupies an even more important role during childhood because the rational mind of the head has yet to develop. 

Second Brain Psychology sbpfavicon has been successfully used in the treatment of children even of a very young age. By interacting with the psyche of the Second Brain, it allows the child to re-process the emotional experiences that are causing the imbalance. It is through this process that the child’s psycho-emotional system returns to a state of balance and harmony. This balances the child’s behaviour and attitude and restores his or her capacity to be in control and to focus, positively influencing the child’s learning capacities (attention, understanding and memory).

Read more in the preview online of the book You, Me and Second Brain Psychology by Armando Ingegnieri, founder of Second Brain Psychologysbpfavicon, by clicking here.

Specially designed workshops header for site Workshops will provide you with a step-by-step understanding of your child’s behaviour and difficulties as well as providing guidelines for parenting based on the symbolic roles of the unconscious mind, the mind of the Second Brain.





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