“I went to a workshop with Simone de Hoogh and was amazed about the level of information as well as practical use I took home with me. It has made so much difference for me in terms of understanding my daughters reactions (as well as mine).”
PowerWood’s Workshop has given me the information and tools I was looking for and, most importantly, it’s given me peace and strength. The process of releasing expectations has sometimes been painful, but I’m gradually finding acceptance. It’s a case of finding a way to live with the practical implications of everyone’s imaginations and emotions working overtime, so that there’s less struggle and more happiness.
Through PowerWood I’ve learned how powerful physical contact can be in helping calm down my son when he’s going ballistic. And I’ve found the communication model very useful – it really helps to engage my son’s intellect when he’s gone off on an emotional rant. With my daughter, I’ve been able to show her how she’s the generator of her imagination, which means she can find some control over what she’s imagining, even her bad dreams. (Mum of 3)
PowerWood Project CIC is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise to raise awareness about and to support individuals and families living with intensity, (hyper)sensitivity, ‘super stimulatability’ and (high)ability. The combined traits of intensity, (hyper)sensitivity and ‘super stimulatability’ are often called ‘overexcitability’ in the psychological world.
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