INPP is a neurodevelopmental reflex programme that treats the underlying causes of learning difficulties that show up as underachievement in reading, writing, spelling and mathematics. It can also assist with concentration problems and behavioural issues. The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) is based in the United Kingdom in Chester and has been pioneering research in the effects of immature reflexes and there effects on learning and behaviour since 1975. INPP has developed an assessment protocol that identifies signs of neuromotor immaturity (NMI) and then we are able to develop individualised programme for remediation – giving the brain a second chance to link up the way nature intended.
INPP can help with:-
Reading, writing and spelling difficulties
Attention Deficit Disorder
Anxiety and Panic Disorders (Follow the link on the counselling page for more information on anxiety)
The decision to begin counselling may be a difficult one but there are times in our lives when we are in need of some extra support. Counselling aims to help you develop an understanding of where you are in your life and what brought you to this point as well as fostering the skills necessary to overcome problems when they arise.
It is only recently that scientist have begun to look at the brain and the development of the neural pathways from infancy and the link to developing underlying psychological problems later in life. These problems range from anxiety to attention deficit disorders, depression, sensory integration disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and other personality disorders. Through counselling we are able to gain more insight into an individual’s neural patterning that has led to this point and help foster new neural pathways that are more life enhancing.
Children who experience problems with speech or language (including reading and writing difficulties) may have auditory processing difficulties. They may have difficulty understanding language or perceiving sounds within words. A Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation Programme may be of benefit to help stimulate the neural pathways associated with speech, language and hearing.