Are people's emotions hard to understand? Do you want help?


Are people's emotions hard to understand?  Do you want help?

The Non-Verbal Thinking area of the brain allows you to recognise and understand emotions.  If you have a difficulty in this area you will find it difficult to identify and manage your own emotions as well as understand the emotions of other people.  If you have a problem in this area you will have difficulty socialising with others.  You may be diagnosed as having dyslexia, autism, ADD or other learning problem.

Do you: 

  • have difficulty interpreting non-verbal information such as body language, facial expressions, and voice tone
  • get described as having weak social skills
  • have difficulty understanding your own emotions 
  • have difficulty understanding the emotions of other people and/or
  • have difficulty thinking, planning and problem solving non-verbally?

How does the Arrowsmith program help adults with problems understanding nonverbal learning?

The Non-Verbal Thinking exercise:

  • helps you develop the capacity for non-verbal thinking and problem solving  
  • develops you ability to interpret body language, facial expressions, and voice tone 
  • helps you learn to respond appropriately in interpersonal situations
  • develops your ability to interpret and modulate your own emotions.

If Non-Verbal Thinking is a problem for you or someone you know:

for a no obligations chat about how the Arrowsmith Program can help strengthen your nonverbal thinking skills.