What is it about that moment when we can’t find our keys? Or we can’t remember the new password we entered? Or we are standing in front of someone and their name just won’t come to our lips?
Maybe you want to know about that person in your team who seems to ‘block’ any ideas or progress. Or you want to know why you can’t get into the ‘flow’ some days but can in others. Kathryn will unpack the stress response and our neurobiological reactions to our environment in a way that will have you saying “Oh my goodness - that makes complete sense”.
This information will give you the insight and clarification to set in practice new ways of avoiding these moments. And when you can’t avoid these moments (because lets be real - we are only human) you will have more understanding of why they happen, and be more likely to forgive yourself and those around you. A great way to improve our world - one situation at a time!
Previous experience: Kathryn Berkett has been working and training audiences about themselves for over sixteen years. Through this experience, she has mastered the knack of getting across research-based, neuroscientific information in a way that is easy to understand, internalise and translate into practice.
The feedback received after the sessions confirms that thousands of people have been inspired, validated and energised by the information she imparts. Many have cited the way Kathryn delivers this information as being ‘life changing’ and she has seen her share of tears from those who have been moved by her sessions.
Kathryn is one of a few specialists in the country who has certified with Dr Bruce Perry as a Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) practitioner. She also has her Masters of Educational Psychology. She regularly trains at the National Police College, and has delivered to audiences including Politicians, Judges, Corporates, Schools, Parents, and is a regular at Rugby Conferences around the country.
The information she can share with you will enlighten you about yourself and those around you. This means the information spans multiple arenas, and is useful for work environments, athletes and coaches, personal relationships, parenting and self-recognition.
Kathryn has built up a huge knowledge base around interpersonal neurobiology, and continues to study and take part in trainings on the subject. This keeps her information up to date and relevant. Then her natural speaking passion ensures the communication happens at the right level to hit the mark for your session. A session with Kathryn will be absolutely sure to have those who attend talking about her for weeks - and sometimes years.
Kathryn presented our team with some very valuable information regarding the neuroscience of self-care. Our team commented that “it wasn’t hand holding fluffy stuff, it was practical”, “I th ... keep readingought I was OK at work but I can see my stress levels at home are up there”, “the length of the presentation was great” and “I really took away some good stuff from that”. Blackler Smith & Co Chartered Accountants