24Jul/17Off

Benefits of Purple Profiling in Children

1934135Purple Profiling is an observational method of understanding how people work best. It's not about boxes or labels. It's a combination of understanding personality and the effects of how we work, learn, communicate and process the world. It's not a simple questionnaire that places you in a confined box. It's a way to understand the elements you need in your life to feel happy and balanced.

This specially designed observational method as been applied to people from 18 months upwards. It's hugely beneficial for understanding the strengths of children. The routines and activities that best suit their personalities.

It's particularly helpful to hone talents, strengths, communication and help with behavioural difficulties. Sleeping patterns, for example, are vital for a harmonious household. It helps to understand how to make your children independent for life. It helps to find your children natural talents which in many cases will lead to their life long careers.

This profiling helps to avoid labels such as ADHD, ADD, Aspergers Syndrome and stop difficulties with speech and literacy developing. Get the help to understand how your child can learn maybe in ways you didn't yourself? Many of these challenges are hereditary.

Episode 61 of the podcast talks in great detail about the topic:

https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/purple-psychology/id981266976

It's important to bring out the best positively. Too many assessments are about judgments and leave you with a sense of what you can't do, it only ever matters what you can do. I set up the session so there is a positive experience with a sense of achievement. There is no wrong way to do the tasks - only your way.

The personality starts to fully form at age 7 so if you feel there are more challenging aspects of the personality the earlier you start working with these personalities the easier it is to get a result. It's like fine tuning an engine. Bring out the positive characteristics rather than the negative ones.

Dr Naoisé O'Reilly

 

12Nov/14Off

Why Hollywood’s Celebrity Babies Have Car Crash Written All Over Them


Hollywood.009Why Hollywood’s Celebrity Babies Have Car Crash Written All Over Them

How Hollywood’s Celebrity Children Can Avoid Train Wreck Lives.

“All of the money, fame and recognition in the World cannot buy you parenting skills.  The hardcore life threatening habits of serious celebrity child addicts form around 23.  That is 23 years of Hollywood parents being oblivious to the real needs of their children,” according to Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly, an International Psychological Profiler and Expression Expert.

Dr. O’Reilly believes the pressure associated with having famous parents sets children up for failure from birth plus having to endure the additional burden, heartache and increased likelihood of losing all of the family’s generational wealth within a very short space of time.

She says, “if your parents are famous, connected and super wealthy everything should be possible.  The world is your oyster.  You even have access to the best education and the people to kickstart your career.  Yet, so few of the kids of Hollywood stars reach their full potential.  Instead, it is like they just fall off of the train tracks.  There are pivotal ages where the correct type of intervention can really turnaround lives fast.”

Dr. O’Reilly feels that there is real hope.  “These children of celebrities could discover how to fire their shrink forever, live a life of greatness and emerge from the shadows of their high profile parents.  How can we save Hollywood from itself?  The psychological methods we use help people to destroy failure patterns with positive generational consequences.  We have achieved results within four to eight hours where traditional therapists had tried for years without success.”

She concluded that, “celebrities have the means to help their kids do anything and having busy schedules is no excuse for failing to create proper support mechanisms in the home, even if it is a mansion.  The bottom line is that problems can be fixed when you can help someone become and feel more successful.  We do not firefight.  We solve major life problems before they even start.”

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Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly is an Expression Developist™, Mentor & Psychological Profiler working with some of the most successful people and companies in the World.  She has dedicated her life to scientific research and the development of new methods in the areas of the psychology of success and educational development across all spectrums.

19Aug/14Off

Testimonial for Confidence Club

“Hi Naoisé,

Please find a few lines below.  I just had a meeting with my daughter’s teacher and school special needs co-ordinator.  They are astounded at her progress and her confidence and restedness inside.

Thank you so much,

Much love,

Her mother.

blackboard_tablet_with_school_items_behind_800_12356Six months ago I was a very distressed mother having just discovered that my 10 year daughter was virtually illiterate.  She attends a Steiner school and because they progress more slowly in main subjects such as english and maths and focus a lot on creative work such as music and art, her dyslexia went unnoticed.

When it began to dawn on me I was shocked because she is so bright and I didn't really know which way to turn.  The New Zealand system of support for Dyslexia was very complicated and she would have to under go days of intense examinations.

And then I did know which way to turn - thankfully I knew Dr. Naoisé O Reilly, who had helped our business make a huge shift the year before.  I contacted Naoisé and her support has changed our lives.

Naoisé spent an hour with my daughter over Skype and I knew instantly that she understood her and her unique way of learning that did not fit into mainstream learning. This was the biggest relief.  And our journey began.  It all seemed quite simple what Naoisé sent to us to focus on.  Simple word games, exercises, fun things, writing projects. Just a little most evenings.  And then after six months - whoosh all the pieces of the puzzle game together.  The building blocks Naoisé had been providing connected and my daughter took an enormous leap forward in her reading and spelling.  It is a continual journey where there is no longer concern but the knowing that it is a unique journey for her, and she is being supported by an amazing individual, Naoisé, who not only understands and can see through her eyes, but can provide the tools to navigate the way to a full and rich life of learning and discovery for her. I am so so so grateful.  Thank you Naoisé.”

24Jul/14Off

What the film Boyhood tells us about the need for family mediation

boyhoodIt struck me watching the film Boyhood at the weekend that teenage boys are always telling me that everyone is on their case. When Mason in the film reaches 15 he asks his stepdad "can someone just give me a break for one day?" The irony is that a poor role model adult on his case is not lost on us. It's not what we say to teenagers that matters it's what we do. The role we show them.

It was incredible that someone took the time to spend 12 years filming a boy as he grew up from carefree child of 6 to young adult male at 18 off to college. Thank you Richard Linklater!

I'm not convinced that the endless drone of "responsibility" turns out better adults. I have so many different roles in my work but listening to teenagers woes is definitely top of the list and acting as translator back to schools, parents and other professionals. I've forgotten how many times parents have called me up "because they are sick of the rows over school work and homework"

I have long been an advocate for the abolishment of homework. It sometimes seems that schools and departments have forgotten there is an important family life to live. This film shows us the true dynamics of what matters in a child's life as they grow up.

It was very striking in Boyhood the image of a carefree child that is crushed into serious reality around 15. I see and hear stories everyday of happy go luck children that suddenly have the weight of the world on them. I have seen this in cases as young as 7. Students with dyslexia seem to hit that world of responsibility younger than most. At very young ages we are not "keeping up".  I wish childhood went on for longer. Maybe while schools and the powers that be argue about how important homework is for life they could take a step back and look at how long we have to be responsible and grown up in contrast to how short a time we have as carefree children?

In the meantime I'm just the person who listens to all their stories, translates their fears and somehow finds an easier path through them for everyone.

This is a must see film for parents - see what really matters to the adults you turn out. Boyhood

Dr Naoisé O'Reilly

Expression Developist™

   

Introduction

Welcome to the Confidence Club

One step closer to fulfilling a personal dream of mine - "to make school a happier, creative, more successful and enjoyable place for all students, regardless of their differences"... Dr. Naoisé O'Reilly

There is always a balance between making long term changes in education and supporting those people currently in the system!

One of the many reasons why Students attending The Homework Club become so successful is because of the awareness they have of their own Potential, Personality and Learning Style and how these effect their own educational success. Every Student at The Homework Club is set-up to work to their best abilities within the environment through an initial interview.

The Confidence Club now offers this service to everybody, especially those restricted through distance and who aren't able to attend our classes at The Homework Club.

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