Often kids who are highly intuitive, get labelled as 'overly sensitive'

Instead it is about recognising their abilities as innate superpowers, something to celebrate when used the right way.

When they go unsupported your child may be frequently exhausted, throwing more tantrums than normal, refusing to go to school or daycare, or participate in class and being generally anxious.

No mother wants this for her child.

Are you ready to empower your Intuitive child to thrive?

I can share tools and strategies (that work) to build your child’s innate self-worth and resilience, to enable to them to thrive by using their intuitive abilities.

Did you know your child has intuitive abilities?

Yep! All kids do, especially those born in the last decade, are sensitive to energies and emotions and have intuitive abilities.

And this is a good thing

What do other Mums say…

“Barbara has a gift for tuning into your sensitive child and for feeling, seeing and deciphering into the messages that is there.

Sometimes we are too close to our kids to see what is going on for them and how to parent them successfully through their challenges, whilst also empowering them as individuals. Barbara helped me find that missing piece of the puzzle, which allowed for ‘A-HA!’ moments, for myself and for my child.

If you are stuck or at a loss of what is going on with your child, and would like some support or answers then Barbara is your go-to.

Clare Deale

Mum of 3

“I am a logical person and I used to ignore my gut in favour of facts, figures and anything tangible. Thanks to Barbara’s guidance and the tools she taught me I now listen to and trust my Intuition more.

I struggled to believe Barbara when she shared with me that despite expert medical diagnosis my baby daughter would pull through and survive her life threatening condition. Not one of the Doctors could see her surviving with any quality of life. Yet Barbara trusted what she intuitively saw and shared these insights lovingly. Fast forward to today, my daughter is alive and well, and is almost 4. She has minor disabilities, but nothing in comparison to what her diagnosis was.

Barbara also shared she could see me speaking to large audiences and advocating for other parents in similar situations in the future. I laughed at this, because at the time I avoided public speaking at all costs. But she was spot on, I am now an advocate in the disability sector and have spoken to large audiences, of parents and medical professionals, on the benefits of earlier diagnosis.

I trust Barbara’s intuitive guidance wholeheartedly”

Hiam Sakakini

Mum of 2 Kids - 1 Teen & 1 Toddler

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