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Depending on the child, age and topic, I recommend a different variant for the individual session.

Part of a one-on-one session for you

If you are a mom or dad, your children are usually the topic of conversation when we do a one-on-one session for you. I can describe the current situation and your child's feelings and explain your child's behavior. If your child has fears, health problems or behavioral problems, I can ask for help and healing for your child and in most cases that is enough for healing and positive change.

Individual session for the child but without child

If there is a larger issue, then you may need a full session specifically for your child. The child does not necessarily have to come to the session. What is important is the child's consent and that they are informed about the content of the session in an age-appropriate manner.

You come to the meeting together

If your child has questions of their own and would like to tell me about their situation, I would be happy if they came along. But the child must really want to come along.

I am also happy to help children who are aware of their clairvoyant abilities and have questions or want/need to learn how to deal with their perceptions.

Sessions for teenagers

A teenager may of course also come alone if he/she wishes to have a session of his/her own accord.

Let the child decide

Tell your child about the possible session with me, ask if they would like me to look at their issues and whether they would like to come along or not. If the child is not really motivated to come along, then I would prefer you to come without your child.

In some cases, two sessions are worthwhile, the first without the child and the second session with the child.

Examples of common topics among children

  • Sleep problems, nightmares, "monsters" in the room

  • Dealing with clairvoyant senses, medial and sensitive perceptions

  • Problems at school, exam anxiety, concentration and learning difficulties

  • Digestion/constipation, "going potty"

  • Angry outbursts, tantrums, overstimulation in children "who perceive too much"

  • Fears, lack of self-confidence and basic trust

  • Daydreaming, "not really being here"

  • Living circumstances that children have to learn to deal with (divorce, death, moving)

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