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Child Coaching & Healing

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Services For Children & Teenagers

We can offer services for babies, young children and teenagers suffering from: 

  • Anxiety

  • Self-confidence

  • Trauma healing

  • Sleep disorders

  • Behavioural problems

  • Illness & Ailments

Treatments include: 

  • One to one Coaching for Teenagers 

  • Clinical Hypnosis

  • EMDR (trauma release therapy)

  • EFT (emotional freedom technique)

  • Remote Spiritual Healing

  • Child Life Coaching

For babies and young children, I provide a personalised hypnosis recording to be played at bedtime for £45.00

Babies, children and teenagers can benefit from remote healing, meaning they don't have to be present or sit still whilst the spiritual healing is being given. The price is £45 per session. 

Children at age 10 and above and teenagers may best respond to a range of therapies including life coaching, EFT, EMDR and hypnosis. Results can be achieved successfully online via Zoom video or face-to-face in the Nantwich clinic. 


The price is £65 per session or £495.00 for 10 sessions, instalments of £165.00 per month

Hypnotherapy for children

Do you have concerns about your child that just don’t seem to be going away? Hypnotherapy for children is a safe and effective therapy that can help deal with many childhood issues:


  • Anxiety

  • Anger

  • Bullying

  • Bedwetting

  • Confidence/Self Esteem

  • Eating issues

  • Learning capacity (See Certified Education Performance Practitioner below)

  • Obsessive Thoughts and Actions

  • Phobias/Fears

  • Sleep issues

  • Sports Confidence/Performance

Working on issues at a deep unconscious level can often resolve things that a child has been struggling with within a relatively short period of time, even if they have been struggling for a considerable period of time. Children have the most amazing imaginations and often find the whole experience of hypnosis really pleasant and fun! They are often used to ‘daydreaming’, and the whole concept of being guided in a daydream state is usually very appealing to them. Children have no preconceptions about what hypnosis is and tend to ‘just go with the flow. 

Please note parents are asked to be present whilst children have hypnosis sessions. 


What is coaching for children?

Coaching is about supporting our children in living their best life.  A child coach helps Children develop the skills, confidence and ability to thrive in life. When children experience setbacks and disappointments in their lives, most children don’t have the skills to handle them as a result they often get down on themselves or give up.  Another challenge for children is that they often feel like a victim in their lives – their parents tell them what to do, their teachers tell them what to do and even their coaches (!) tell them what to do….they are surrounded by adults telling them what to do.

​Coaching incorporates ‘Mindset Training’ which is about using the power of your mind and your thoughts to develop the strong and healthy components of mental balance and stability.  This kind of core strength gives you the power you need to act on what is in line with your innermost values and to enhance your self-awareness. This translates as helping children stay true to whom they are without feeling the need to compromise or change who they are to fit in.

Coaching helps children to be more empowered in their own lives so that can handle those ups and downs more effectively. Exploring self-responsibility which helps them to see that they have choices and can actually exert more control over their lives than they may have first imagined.​

Why would a child need a life coach?

​Coaching (children's coaching) is a bridge between parent and child….helping the child to develop the skills necessary to overcome challenges and difficulties.  It helps children develop confidence, resilience and emotional intelligence to cope with life’s ups and downs.  Once they have this gift, it is a gift for life and one they can also keep topping up.  It becomes part of who they are and helps them to develop into happy, confident, resilient young people.  It is undoubtedly life-changing.  We hope that by working together we can help support our children to reach their fullest potential and create happy fulfilling lives.

The WHO* reported that depression is “the predominant cause of illness and disability” for children aged 10 – 19 years old worldwide. (World Health Organisation). Even scarier is that the report found suicide to be the third leading cause of adolescent deaths behind traffic accidents and HIV/AIDS.

​Regardless of where you come from children are struggling with how they feel about themselves on a day to day basis.

By teaching children these skills at an early age we can help them develop resilience, self-confidence and self-leadership skills so they can handle the ups and downs of growing up.

Children’s Difficulties 

The range of difficulties that children face which can be helped by coaching is huge – a few examples of areas where it has helped include:

​Anxiety, stress, bullying, low academic achievements, behavioural problems, sibling rivalry, fear of failure, managing disappointments, managing change, parents separating, moving schools/home, poor confidence, poor self-esteem, friendship issues, anger management, relationship difficulties, ADD/ADHD.

​What children can get from the coaching process:

  • Self-confidence

  • Increased motivation

  • Better relationships with peers, siblings, family and significant others

  • Increased self-esteem

  • A better understanding of themselves and their feelings

  • Useful techniques for managing their emotions

  • Increased level of understanding of self-responsibility and self-respect

  • Improved focus and concentration

  • Reduced worries and anxiety

  • Positive self talk

Seeking Help

When you as a parent seek help do not think that you have failed as a parent.  It is the absolute opposite!  The fact that you are able to recognise that your child needs some additional help and is struggling is a positive sign that you are consciously aware of their needs.  We all have limitations and to seek support is a sign of strength, not weakness.  It is always a very positive example to set for our children – that we are not all able to fix everything ourselves and it is okay to ask for help.

It can be so hard as a parent to watch your child struggle – all we want as parents are for our children to be healthy, happy and confident.  We want them to believe in themselves and feel able to take on whatever life throws at them and learn from it and thrive.  Sadly, despite being loved and supported, life for some children is more complicated and they struggle to feel happy; lack the motivation to rise to challenges and suffer from crippling low confidence and self-esteem.

​​As parents, we can try to advise, motivate and support but sometimes children are not able to hear it directly from us.

Contact Me

Khuba Ckinic

6b Mill Street

Nantwich. CW5 5ST

Cheshire UK

Tel: +44 7492 367895

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