What I do
Working with children
Working with children is great fun and hugely rewarding and fascinating. Kids are a real pleasure to work with and have an amazing capacity to sort through lots of issues really quickly if you can figure out how best to help them. No two treatments are ever the same and every child will require something new. It’s a constant and rewarding learning curve.
Working with parents and families
Family dynamics are fascinating…. No-one escapes!! I really enjoy the process of helping parents to understand what their child is going through. Being a father myself I know how difficult this can be. Sometimes in order for a child to improve their behaviours, the whole family needs a change in perspective. It never ceases to amaze me how much young children can be affected by their emotional environments. Some kids are extremely sensitive and can pick up on things you’d never think of…
Working with adults
When I started to work with children, I really learned about adults! It’s amazing how little we change after we’ve ‘grown up’. The majority of adults I deal with have triggers that are tripping them up from when they were young kids. Shocks and traumas like car accidents, dog bites, being concussed and very often birth trauma, can set our bodies up into a stressed state which often holds into adulthood. It’s incredible to see how fast people can change when these stresses are released.
Tony works with children that have emotional, learning and behaviour problems. He overcame many such difficulties himself through the therapies he now practices.
So when Tony meets a child who’s struggling, he can usually relate and this mutual understanding is a marvellous starting point. The work that Tony does is whittled down from his own life experience and the treatments that worked best on him. He loves what he does and it shows, he brings huge knowledge and passion to the work.
13 year old boy who suffered a bad concussion playing rugby. (One treatment)
Margaret, Cork. 2014
John Connolly, Ballincollig, Co. Cork. 1/3/2016
Kate O’Flaherty, Ballyagran, Co. Limerick. – 25/2/2016
One of the best decisions I ever made was to follow my gut and do Kinesiology. I truely believe I was meant to do it and it has most definitely restored my confidence in the Universe and myself. I’m very excited about my road ahead and you will certainly be hearing from me and hopefully some more of my friends and family. You are fantastic at what you do and I really appreciate the time you took to really listen to me and teach me about this whole different way of thinking.You have definitely made an impact. Best wishes for the future”