Who is Alan Johnson?
Alan is a trainer, coach, therapist, change worker.
Alan discovered the power of NLP when he was seeking a solution to his own emotional/ mental health problems. In his early 20s and suffering from depression, Alan knew that medication alone would not help him to be resilient going forward in life.
The search for meaning and understanding took in counselling.
Originally from Shildon, Co Durham and now living in the market town of Northallerton, North Yorkshire, he has learned from life experience, much training and common sense, how to empower and guide other people to get the changes in their life that they are after.
With over 30 years’ experience of working with people in varying roles and environments, and now a full-time trainer of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT), Metaphors of Movement (MoM), OldPain2Go, other ‘people skills’ and change working approaches.
Before this he was a qualified general and mental health nurse, having worked in prisons, probation and drug & alcohol services from worker to service manager and commissioner.
15 Years of NLP Training
Alan has been training NLP for almost 15 years to over people from all backgrounds
Having found much frustration with the systems and constraints of being employed, he has found his niche as a trainer and effective change worker/ therapist
This can help with change from where you are- to where you want to be without having to painfully re-live anything, without it taking forever, and without being patronised.
Whether training with us or seeing Alan for individual change work we know it will be effective and possibly even enjoyable!
Who is Jackie Johnson?
Jackie has worked with children, adults and families for over 20 years in differing capacities.
As a children's wellbeing worker she has helped children overcome fears and stresses, manage their disruptive and unhappy behaviour, stay in school and achieve beyond expectations.
Where possible, Jackie works with the school and family too, to support the necessary changes
She has also been commissioned in schools to work individually and in 'psycho-education groups. This group of 6 sessions demonstrated a 75% reduction in recorded behavioural issues within the school.
Jackie works with children in their map of the world, and we have fun which helps change happen easily.
Since 2017, Jackie has been working in partnership with Age UK Teesside and Middlesbrough Council with people who hoard to a dangerous level.
The psychological approached learned have really helped people take control and get fantastic outcomes where it was previously thought there was no possibility for change.