2Apr/18Off

Quotes on Education, personality, development, life balance and success by Dr Naoisé O’reilly

Quotes on Education, Learning, Personality, Life balance and Success by Dr Naoisé O'Reilly. 
13Jan/18Off

The development range, services and reasons for support

29Dec/15Off

Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly’s Areas of Interest, Expertise & Research

Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly’s Areas of Interest, Expertise & Research 

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31Oct/15Off

Dr Naoise OReilly Newstalk The Right Hook Shane Coleman banning homework

Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly on Newstalk’s The Right Hook interviewed live in studio by Shane Coleman this evening renewing call for homework to be banned in schools.

12Nov/14Off

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


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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.

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™

2Jul/14Off

How Does Confidence Club® Work?

 

Confidence Club

“Confidence Club® is Groundbreaking due to Results We get with People in ridiculously short timescales & because it contains the Holy Grail of CONFIDENCE no-one else achieves for Life as quickly as We do,” Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly

17Apr/14Off

Hillary Clinton Informed of New Anti School Shooting and Stabbing School Alarm Prevention System Following Pittsburg Attacks

School AlarmHillary Clinton has today been contacted about a simple means to help prevent further school shootings and school stabbings in the United States and around the world by education expert Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly Ph.D. an Expression Developist.

In the aftermath of this weeks latest American school stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrayville near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the recurring theme amongst convicted perpetrators of similar offenses is that everyone afterwards describes these people as loners.  Dr. O’Reilly said, “there is no safe and fool proof mechanism in place right now and this is what School Alarm fixes.”

She added that, “I’m sick of hearing information after the fact.  If I met one of these students I would instantly know there was something drastically wrong.  If I had walked into a class beforehand I would have sensed that something was brewing.  Somebody always knows deep down that there’s an issue but because of the current system, repercussions and the fear of saying something, especially if you are a teacher, nothing is done.  The fact remains that after these atrocities have happened somebody always comes forward and says the killer was a loner, they were weird, they were being bullied, they never spoke to anyone, they never looked happy.  There’s always oceans of information divulged afterwards - when it is too late.”

There are an unacceptable number of school shootings and school stabbings across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Finland, Norway, Scotland, Germany, Croatia, Sweden, The Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, France, Argentina, Brazil, Israel, Yemen, The Philippines, China, Thailand, Lebanon, India, Azerbaijan, Australia, New Zealand, Nigeria and so on.  That’s 294 lives lost worldwide in school shootings by bullet injuries alone.  This is not just an American phenomenon.

Dr. Naoisé continued by saying, “I’m not talking about arresting people or locking them away in a psychiatric ward.  It is about somebody non-judgmentally coming along and talking with them, sitting down and listening to them, asking if everything is alright.  There could be an undiagnosed mental condition that can be treated before a violent escalation.  Or perhaps they have a learning difficulty and they have been really struggling in school.  It is usually all down to the fact that they cannot express themselves.  If this was dealt with in an effective way they wouldn’t need to feel that the only way out was to shoot and stab the people around them.”

Dr Naoisé (Expression Developist™) & Marie O'Riordan

 

6Apr/14Off

Divergent Movie Demystified for Real World by Doctor’s Psychological Profiling

Divergent is making waves in popular culture with the release of part one of the hollywood movie trilogy inspired by Veronica Roth’s books.  This follows the mammoth success of The Hunger Games starring academy award winning actress Jennifer Lawrence.

There are two main themes in Divergent.  The first is that it is bad and possibly even fatal to fit into more than one aptitude.  The second major theme relates to growing away from your parents. 

In Divergent’s futuristic world it is seen as threatening to fit into more than one faction made up of five temperaments which are selfless, peaceful, honest, brave and knowledgeable.  It is difficult to compare this directly to personality theory as it is generally regarded that there are in fact sixteen types of people in the real world.

However, this does compare to our four defined learning styles which are the ways that people take in information from the world.  Our four categories of psychological profiling methods include auditory, visual, practical and kinesthetic.

All of the students we work with that do not fit in a box and struggle in school have what we call multiplicity.  This means, like in Divergent, they have all four aptitudes.  They are quite often overwhelmed by the amount of information they absorb from all environments.  Multiplicity is what people commonly see as “clever” and “intelligent.”  All of our ideas of cleverness and intelligence come from people who can absorb ideas quickly and have a multitude of interests.  This is where we break away from the norm.

Multiplicity is drilled out of children in school by age fifteen.  Only a very small percentage of the older students we meet have still retained their natural multiplicity.  They are quite often seen as “freaks.”  Some of them were very heavily medicated before working with us for just having too much energy or being too “distracted.”

In the film Divergent the main character takes an aptitude test at the age of sixteen.  This is true to school life.  There have been some pretty hilarious conversations within our team about what they were told at sixteen.  The Senior D.N.A. Geneticist on our team was told at sixteen that he would never be any good a science.

This brings us to the second main theme in the film and the challenges the main character experiences when she realizes that she cannot follow her family.  She does not easily fit into their faction and this is a real life experience for many of our students.  Children really struggle when in their teenage years they appear to have nothing in common with their family and parents don’t understand them.

In many cases the students we work with have just simply skipped a generation in aptitudes and personality.  It is quite often revealed that they are much more like their grandparents and great grandparents.  A mother or father can feel that their children have nothing in common with them and this can also be the case in partnerships where there are children from different relationships.

We work with adult clients in the business world in their late thirties too who had struggled to find their path in life.  Having attempted the career path of their parents they have not fitted in.  They quite often do not feel any real support or understanding from home about who they really are.

The good news is that it is perfectly alright to be divergent and movies like this can only help to shine a positive light on psychological profiling and our ongoing research in the area of personality types and achievement.  Anyone who works in personality theory does so because they have an overwhelming desire to help people find out who they really are and wish to help them to succeed.

20Mar/14Off

5 Years of The Homework Club

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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