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Is your child taking their GCSEs or A levels this year?


Do you want them to be fully prepared, both academically and mentally, and give them the best possible chance of success for their important exam?


These exams can often cause anxiety with teenagers. They don't always know how to deal with these new situations and especially the stress they trigger. In addition to the anxiety, there is the fear of failure, the fear of disappointing you or of not knowing, which can be so paralysing. How many children have I heard anticipating with great pessimism their results and their consequences on their university choices and then on their professional future... yes, it turns out they project themselves ahead more than we may think! Very quickly they panic at the idea of not being able to achieve much beyond their diploma.


The good news is that there are many simple stress management tools and methods available today that will allow them to reach their full potential without the discomfort and confusion that can be so damaging during exams.


Having tutored children in London for 10 years, I know first hand how stress can affect them and I have learned to listen, reassure and help them regain confidence in themselves and their abilities.

I am now combining this tutoring experience with the therapeutic tools I have trained in to offer a 4-week programme designed to help them face this important challenge with much more comfidence and serenity.