Who is Anne Maxwell?
Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-S, is a child and play and family therapist, and an Access Consciousness® facilitator. Known as the “Play Lady” by many of the children with whom she works, and as the “Kid Whisperer” by some of her colleagues, she has over 20 years of experience working with children of all ages and backgrounds, who have been given all kinds of diagnoses, as well as with adults and families. Anne now travels the world facilitating classes and has developed a unique approach for change for children and families. She teaches children and parents to tap into and recognize their own abilities and knowing, and to acknowledge that different is simply different; not right, not wrong. And, the results have been magical, phenomenal, amazing! Healing and change are so much easier, more effective, more fun and faster!
Who is Gary Douglas?
Gary pioneered a set of transformational life changing tools and processes known as Access Consciousness® over 25 years ago. These tools that are on the creative edge of consciousness have transformed the lives of thousands of people all over the world. His work has spread to 173 countries, with over 3,000 trained facilitators worldwide. Simple and so effective, the tools facilitate people of all ages and backgrounds to help remove limitations holding them back from the freedom to live and create a life they truly desire.
Who is Dr. Dain Heer?
Dr. Dain Heer is a best selling author and an internationally renowned speaker and facilitator of consciousness and change. For 15 years now, Dain has been inviting people worldwide to embrace their true greatness — people from every culture, country, age and social strata of society. Originally trained as a chiropractor, he has a completely different approach to healing by facilitating people to tap into and recognise their own abilities and knowing.
What is said about this book
People tend to function from the point of view that there is something wrong with these children because they don't learn the way the rest of us do. The reality is that they pick things up in a totally different manner. We need to step up and find out how they learn, not try to teach them using methods that might have worked for us but definitely don't work for them. What if they could be seen as who they are, not as who they aren't? What could that change?