This post is provided as more detailed information to T.E.S.T.
It is underpinned with a strategy for improving and maintaining the integrity of an individuals magnetic energy fields.
WHO IS IT FOR?
If you have children or adolescents who suffer from anxiety, stress and inflammation; caused by abuse, trauma or prolonged negative influences – then Be Super Ltd, based in Rochdale, England may have the solution.
We provide what we call SCP’s –
SCHEDULED CYCLES OF POSITIVITY – they are a specific part of the VFP T.E.S.T. initiative.
By focusing on an approach involving Scheduled Cycles of Positivity it increases a students Optimal Arousal Zone; increases resilience and facilitates positive learning – AND IT CAN BE USED WITH PUPILS ON A PREVENTATIVE BASIS – We incorporate it within PACE.
PACE stands for Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy. These principles help to promote the experience of safety in your interactions with young people. Children need to feel that you have connected with the emotional part of their brain before they can engage the thoughtful, articulate, problem solving areas.
By combining SCP with PACE WITHIN T.E.S.T. a UNIQUE experience may be facilitated and written as a scheme of work. This may be adapted.and duplicates for learning at different locations.
EVEN MORE – AN EVEN BIGGER PICTURE:
When ALL OF THE ABOVE is combined with what we call VFP Shumma/ Madiba, then the magnetic energy field can be nurtured to be more positive and more protective. It can include adults, support staff and the environment as well.as the children and young people. However, this post focuses on the SCP aspect of T.E.S.T.
While ‘mainstream’ solutions help some, many with adverse experiences, or conditions such as Epilepsy, ODD, ADHD, Autism or PTSD need something different than the ‘norm’ – because for the most part, the ‘norm’ simply ticks the boxes and the same problems repeat when someone flairs up.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE RECURRING NEGATIVE PATTERNS OF BEHAVIOUR – YOU NEED TO ACCEPT THAT WHAT YOU ARE DOING, OR HOW YOU DO IT, COULD BE IMPROVED – OR SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED.
STOP TICKING BOXES TO MAKE LIFE EASIER:
When you experience that whatever you do doesn’t work in the medium to long term (it is partly due to the support staff who lack the experience of success with new solutions – IT IS NOT THEIR LACK OF ABILITY OR POTENTIAL – IT IS THE LACK OF INTEGRITY WITHIN THEM AND AROUND THEM – AND IT IS THE LACK OF POLARITY INTEGRATION) – it may ALSO be a lack of understanding on the part of the ‘environmental provider’ (educator / carer) in dealing with those who clearly need a NEW and “advanced therapeutic experience from someone who can deliver results” – YOU CANT BE OR DO WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW!
So, if you feel the time has come to put a solution in place that deals with ALL THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS THAT MAKE EVERYONE’S LIFE A MISERY – THEN READ ON . . .
APPROVED AND SUGGESTED BY CAHMS:
If you support children and young people, then it is reassuring to know that in a recent video course on supporting children and young people with trauma and chronic stress, CAHMS openly advised that for more practical solutions they advise a Polvagal approach from Prof Stephen Porgess (this is exactly what Mr. P IS QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED WITH – SSP THERAPY – HOWEVER, THUS IS OFTEN NOT ENOUGH ?!
As already mentioned, the VFP experience also factors in the P.A.C.E. approach from Dan Siegal, AND utilises The Trust Technique, IFS and Emotional Coaching – it is a well thought out AND UNIQUE approach!
It supports those with:
- Social, emotional and attachment disorders
- Auditory hypersensitivity
- Body disorganization
- Nervous system dysregulation
- Learning, cognition and attention difficulty
- Sensory processing differences
- Stress-related physical conditions
ASK YOURSELF – do you have to support learners on a small group or 1:1 basis; do they struggle to focus or simply refuse to do anything (even just hide away); are they sometimes just deliberately disobedient; do they run off or show challenging behaviour; do they rip up learning material and cause stress to staff and other students – are you fed up with constantly having to review safeguarding, risk assessments, EHCP’s and PEP’s – if so – STOP RELATING TO BEHAVIOUR AND START RELATING TO EMOTIONS.
Subsequently, there is a new solution you should be aware of – you need to try it – because it works!
It is available as T.E.S.T. (Therapeutic Education with an emphasis on Safety and Trust) and it is available on a less structured basis as VFP. It focuses on emotional intelligence rather than behaviour.
VFP may be run as a therapy, however, it is really run as an ‘experience’. One of its key influencers is ‘Polyvagal Theory’; and this is applied in practice using the SSP (Safe and Sound Protocol) as a scientific framework to help change and improve how people feel, think and connect with others.
For the most extremely challenged, SSP may not be suitable because they cannot remain calm for 30mins. In such situations the polyvagal approach is still used, it is simply applied with a different approach (focusing on increasing HRV – Heart Rate Variability) involving PACE.
Higher brain functions such as learning, communication, and focus are dependent upon how well people are able to process incoming information at the sensory and emotional levels.
SSP is a therapy all on its own, however, Marcus Pearson has combined it with HRV (Heart Rate Variability) insights and technology; audio and visual affirmations and ‘togetherness tuning’ to create a combined delivery called – VFP Therapy.
Their solution re-tunes the ‘Reticular formation’ so the sub-conscious alignes with new positive affirmations of the conscious mind – wow!?
VFP Therapy has taken over 10 years to refine. It was initially developed through supporting those with challenging behaviour using sport and physical activities/fitness. This togetherness tuning was further refined using new technology to ‘tap into’ a persons sub-conscious and over time retune their auto response system to be more positive.
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