Babkin reflex, Corporate, FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex, Neuroplasticity

Work dynamics – coping with opposite personality types: a primitive reflex perspective

I had an 18-year long career in the corporate world, working within the fields of journalism, tour operations, information systems and information security. What made me go freelance was my very last permanent role, for a global pharmaceuticals company. I worked in IT security, and was jointly responsible for protecting the EMEA region from security… Continue reading Work dynamics – coping with opposite personality types: a primitive reflex perspective

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Neuroplasticity

Review of Beyond the Sea Squirt: A Journey with Reflexes

In January 2019, I offered to help Moira Dempsey do a first-pass at proofreading her new book, Beyond the Sea Squirt: A Journey with Reflexes. She accepted my offer, and I spent a very interesting month reading, re-reading. and offering suggestions when I noticed errors or strange wording. It was like taking an intense training… Continue reading Review of Beyond the Sea Squirt: A Journey with Reflexes

EHCP, Neuroplasticity, Special Needs Education

Starting school, SEN and retained reflexes: what you need to know

Is your child starting school in September? It really creeps up quickly on us, and it’s always hard to know which setting is going to be best for our SEN children due to start mainstream primary schools. Sadly, an outstanding OFSTED report isn‘t necessarily an indication that a school is going to be a brilliant… Continue reading Starting school, SEN and retained reflexes: what you need to know

Neuroplasticity, SSP: Safe and Sound Protocol

Removing the challenges – not the diagnosis

...why this work should not be misinterpreted as a "cure" I have just come across a Facebook advertisement asking for participants with a diagnosis of autism for clinical trials for a "treatment for autism". The advertisement has, unsurprisingly, been met with lots of "angry" reactions and angry comments from people who feel that autism is… Continue reading Removing the challenges – not the diagnosis