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The Power of Eye Contact: Why It's Crucial for a Developing Brain

Eye contact is a fundamental aspect of human communication that plays a vital role in early development and continues to be significant throughout our lives...

Nurturing Brighter Futures: Promoting Positive Mental Health in Children and Young People in the UK

In today's fast-paced world, the mental well-being of children and young people in the United Kingdom is more important than ever. The pressures of school...

The Vital Significance of Early ASC Diagnosis in the UK

Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), often referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects individuals in various ways. The importance of early ASC diagnosis in...

When Sparks Fly: The Unseen Side of Fireworks

Fireworks displays are celebrated around the world for their breathtaking beauty and ability to light up the night sky. Whether it's on New Year's Eve, Guy Fawkes Night...

The Crucial Importance of Early ADHD Diagnosis in the UK

The Crucial Importance of Early ADHD Diagnosis in the UK. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental...

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Children and young people who have had adverse childhood experiences store these trauma memories in their bodies. These memories can be triggered and be re-experienced as unnarrated emotional clouds of sensation.

Step by Step to Healing Trauma

Take two children born on the same day, child ‘A’ grows in an emotional and socially caring relationship and child ‘B’ grows in an emotionally and...

Time and Patience

Connect B4 Correct teaches that amazingly it is in the first four years that the brain does 90% of its growth.  Children and young people’s developing...

The state becomes a trait

Early adverse childhood experiences are imprinted in the brain as unnarrated sensations. As the brain develops and adapts to the environment it creates...

Beyond reach and reason

The brain uses ‘Clusters’ of ‘experience’ associated senses to navigate the world.  If a child or young person, however...

Internal maps of sensation navigating the external world

The challenge for foster and adoptive parents is that the impact on the brain and the enabling of the THREAT, alarm system...

Triggers of sensational distress - THREAT

The brain's capacity to create a filing system of associations of ‘patterns of neural activity’ is mind blowing. Triggers, such as...

Switch off the THREAT alarm

When a child or a young person is moved into foster or adoptive home, if the previous THREAT has been a primary carer, the child exists...

Danger - Ring the THREAT alarm

Early adverse childhood experiences are imprinted in the brain as unnarrated sensations. Even when these children and young people are away from...

Narrating the Unnarrated – finding the words to make sense of the non-sensical

Connect B4 Correct help foster and/or adoptive parents understand that early adverse childhood experiences are imprinted in the brain as...

Straight to the Core – making sense of the external world

Connect B4 Correct understand that external energy from the environment is absorbed into the developing brain via sensory information...

There is no one truth

Early adverse childhood experience is imprinted in the old part of the brain as pre-verbal sensations.  Without a coherent narrative, the words, there is no hook for these children...

Old brain - New environment

Adverse childhood experiences are stored in the old part of the brain where it has no verbal language, operating in the language of sensations.

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