Does your child suffer from IBS / recurrent, Functional Abdominal Pain …
- …tummy aches, diarrhoea, constipation, and embarrassment?
- Has your child been diagnosed with FAP or IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)?
- Does your child miss days from school or miss out on life?
With this IBS treatment system of relaxation and guided imagery, children use their natural abilities to help manage symptoms and fears. We have been helping children with IBS / FAP since 2006.
IBS Audio Program 60® for Children Ages 8 – 13 provides compassionate and gentle imagery to help reduce or eliminate IBS symptoms including recurrent functional abdominal pain, diarrhoea, urgency, pain, constipation, and anxiety.
Provides support for the parent ...
and gives guidance for returning the child to school. Used successfully in the clinical setting for over five years, it is the only program of its kind readily available.
The program consists of:
- 1 parental track,
- 2 introductory tracks,
- 6 hypnosis sessions, and,
- an informational booklet, including a suggested listening schedule (PDF format).
Available in CD Set or immediate MP3 download to your PC, which you can add to your mobile device later if you prefer. Coming soon - Streamed Version direct to a smart device.
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…is designed for IBS in children. For children with IBS between the ages of 8 -13 years of age. A structured and full audio program from the author of thefor adults.
(Individual results may vary)
My 11-year-old daughter had IBS since she was 9. She has been totally clear of IBS for the last 5 years with no re-occurrence
Good to hear from you, we are pleased to give you some feedback.
Alan is continuing to move on in a most positive frame of mind. He listens to your recordings on occasions and continues to find them most helpful.
We have seen a dramatic improvement in confidence and overall calmness continues, even after a few difficulties at school and some slight bullying issues. IBS symptoms remain controlled and overall well-being and happiness are markedly improved.
Alan is much happier playing now too, and he often speaks about you and your work together. We see this as very positive as he simply sees that time in his life as a happy one, and not as we dreaded one of continuing distress. He has even decided he is going to be a doctor when he grows up, this makes a change from a footballer or a millionaire which was his previous thoughts. Whatever Alan grows to be, we know it wouldn’t have been possible without you. We are so pleased we heard about you just at the right time too.
From our point of view, we do not know where we would be now without your help, support, and guidance. We wish you every success with your work and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the work you have done. We wish you well in all areas of your work we are pleased to be able to contribute in this way. From Alan and all of us here we hope you are in good health and thank you once again.
Good to hear from you. All is good here, no worries at all. Jane is happy and into mischief, had a bit of a worry recently with one of Jess’s relatives who Jane is very fond of. She was so upset that she said to send uncle Jim to Mike so you have made an impression
Jane is fine and even her sleeping is better, and her school work too is good. Her least favourite teacher is now her favourite. She is growing up just as young ones should. Her pain is nothing – not worth mentioning now – she doesn’t. Every now and again she will say she has an ache, but then we point out she has been eating and dashing around. Usually we can see why she feels uncomfortable sometimes but she generally just continues to get on with life. Jess still feels embarrassed when she recalls her first meeting with you. I guess you will remember she was so worried. We are continuing to see Jane grow and develop. She is really fine and we thank you for it and secretly I think our GP does too. I hope this helps you. Your recordings are on the cupboard in Jane’s room and she knows they are there if they are ever needed again. Thanx Mike, Mat.
We are all fine, Louise and Sam send their good wishes to you. We are all great here. Lou is so much happier and active, she is sleeping better and generally much more relaxed. Seems to me and Sam agrees that Lou is much more alive now. She is active, wanting to learn and enjoying school again. She likes to dine out now with us, and of course wants to try all the things we have so her experiences are widening, in food, play, study and especially in interacting with other kids. Pain, cramps seem to have gone completely.
We don’t know how all this works but are pleased it did, in fact delighted. Sam too is more relaxed. I think it is mothers’ guilt thing or parental guilt whatever you would call it. She found your explanation of the IBS and working with Lou through the recordings you gave us helped Sam to understand too that this was not something we had done but just one of those things. If our GP cant’ tell us how it starts or ends we have no chance of understanding. But your simple explanation helped loads. Overall we as a family are all benefiting. I think its great that you entering your work into things like this. I looked up the FIH and looks like its what is needed. Mike, Perhaps they could clone you! You’re definitely needed We all wish you well. – Cheers