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The Feuerstein Method teaches the skill of learning how to learn. We offer tools and techniques to identify and enhance a person's learning potential. The MindCap team is trained in the Feuerstein Method and offers services and training locally as well as training internationally. All Feuerstein training offered by MindCAP is certified by the Feuerstein Institute...
What do a woman who survived trauma, a gifted boy, a single mother, and a non-verbal boy with Cerebral Palsy have in common? Much, when mediation happens! Learn about some powerful connections happening at MindCAP in the video above.
Individuals who are released from therapy following a brain injury are often told that where they are at in terms of recovery is as good as it will get. Nick is proof, though, that even 20 years post-injury people have reason to hope that things can improve.
“Thank you once again for your wisdom, kindness, patience and motivation. You are truly one of the most inspiring presenters / facilitators I have ever had the pleasure of being around. ”
- Melissa Albers - Head of Learning, Erasmus School, Australia
“This program showed me that it's okay to stop and think before I speak and/or act.”
- Michelle Kuhlhorst, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
“Basic 1 and 2 training has given me excellent tools for my tool belt as I do educational therapy in a private school. MindCAP has been a great place to grow!”
- Laurie Weideman, Educational Therapist
“Jeanne’s training was by far the most interactive that I have taken. She did such a fabulous job of supplying us with resources that are valuable to the type of clients that we each work with. Jeanne is such a dynamic instructor. I had a fantastic week.”
- Lily Russell, Psychology student