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About Us

 

What is our aim at NeuroEducation?

The aim of NeuroEducation is to advance knowledge on diverse learning processes, develop a deeper understanding of neuroeducation, its concepts and bringing theory into practice to ultimately design an optimal learning environment.

NeuroEducation aim to ensure children and young people have the best opportunities within such a short, but vital part of their development and growth. This can be achieved through supporting schools and educational settings ensure they have the right environments, strategies, knowledge and skill sets to support those with social, emotional and mental health difficulties. 

Through collaboration of our association of Specialists from a range of principles we can offer the best support to those involved. 

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Richard Bell

Founder, SEMH Consultant and Trainer 

 

Richard is the Founder of NeuroEducation and has vast experience working with children and young people with SEMH and behavioural difficulties in a range of settings. As well as setting up and running an Independent SEMH School, Richard is also an experienced trainer and writes and delivers training courses to education professionals, schools, local authorities and is a guest lecturer at Universities aiming to share a greater understanding of neuroeducation and young people's SEMH needs. 

Darren Barnes-Heath

Chiropractor, Neurological Rehabilitator and Trainer

Darren runs his own Clinic where he focuses on understand the needs of his patients with complex conditions. His treatments combine his knowledge of biomechanics, neurology, nutrition and rehabilitation and therefore specialises in functional neurology, learning and behavourial disorders, reading difficulties, diagnosis and interventions. Darren is also a lecturer and trainer and teaches Functional Neurology and Developmental Neurology

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New Specialist Joining Soon
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