First a Huge Thank YOU
First of all, we want to give a Huge Thank YOU to Kate Jangra, independent filmmaker for her professional input, the workshops in which she helped the children and teens to make their own films and her continued emphasis on this important medium.
If a video doesn’t look high quality, it’s because Kate wasn’t involved (enough) or because she allowed children and teens to explore creatively their filming fun or because we were just plain stubborn.
Without Kate we wouldn’t be able to share with you in this appealing visual way, that works for many of us very well. Thank YOU KATE!!!
Videos made of and by our PowerWood Community
Supporting our Children through Transitions
The tips, tools and strategies mentioned can be applied in many other situations as well.
Simone de Hoogh about why she started PowerWood
PowerWood’s Children Film 2017
Romy 8 about PowerWood
4-7-8 Most effective breathing exercise with Simone de Hoogh
Ella 12 about PowerWood
George 17 on how PowerWood helped her understand herself and connect to her sister
PowerWood a parent’s perspective
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OE (Overexcitability) is an element of a Developmental Theory –Theory of Positive Disintegration by Dabrowski- that is one of the underpinning theories of MERT (Multi-level Emotion Regulation Theory) developed by Simone de Hoogh. Overexcitability explains and allows us to look at ‘extreme’ behaviour as a valuable asset in our or our children’s life.
A HUGE thank YOU to the son and daughter of Ernest Hartmann’s who gave PowerWood permission to use and put the full academically approved questionnaire about the Boundary in the Mind on PowerWood’s website.