The Non-Verbal Thinking area of the brain allows your child to recognise and understand emotions. If there is a problem in this area your child will have difficulty interpreting other people's body language. They might appear impulsive - to jump in without thinking of the consequences. Children with a problem in this area will have difficulty socialising with others.
Does your child:
- have difficulty interpreting non-verbal information such as body language, facial expressions, and voice tone
- get described as having weak social skills
- have difficulty understanding their own emotions
- have difficulty understanding the emotions of other people and/or
- have difficulty thinking, planning and problem solving non-verbally?
How does the Arrowsmith program help children with non-verbal learning problems?
The Non-Verbal Thinking exercise:
- helps your child develop the capacity for non-verbal thinking and problem solving
- develops your child's ability to interpret body language, facial expressions, and voice tone
- helps your child learn to respond appropriately in interpersonal situations
- develops your child's ability to interpret and modulate their own emotions.
If Non-Verbal Thinking is a problem for your child or a child you know:
for a no obligations chat about how the Arrowsmith Program can help