Read your Child's Internal Strategies

January 19, 2018

Do you understand your child’s “habits of thought”? Can you read the internal strategies that influence how your child responds to and plans the world? 
This workshop provides clear insight into our internal strategies that guide and direct our thought processes and behaviours as well as those of your child. By doing so, we can identify their learning styles, communicate with them more effectively and more importantly motivate them to achieve productive performances.

Ms Susanna Wong BBA, PGDE, MA, our trainer, is a Certified Master Trainer of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) from NLP University, USA and a Certified Master Hypnotherapist. Being a professional in the field of talent development, Susanna is also an instructor and course designer for the Gifted and Talented programs at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Having years of teaching, coaching and mentoring experience in different local and international schools, institutes and organizations, she has also conducted various training workshops, talks and seminars including Parent-child Communication, Parent-child Feedback and Parent Interviews in HK, Macau, Mainland China, Barcelona, Berlin, Bangkok and California.

Objectives of the workshop:

  • To improve parent-child communication

  • To build better parent-child relationship

  • To understand your own and your child’s internal strategies

  • To understand your child’s learning styles

  • To develop effective motivational strategies

 Focuses of the workshop:

  • Meta programs

  • Motivation strategies

 Special features of the workshop:

  • Extensive interactive training style

  • Hands-on learning with practical exercise

  • Written questionnaire of preferred meta programs


Date: 5 March 2018 (Mon)

Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Programme Fee: $500/person; $900/couple













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