By Scott Hardie (Australia)

Many years ago, at an unknown date and time, the old adage of, ‘if you don’t love yourself, how can you expect anyone else to love you’ came into existence. Though the years and generations have passed, this phrase, perhaps, has never been truer. Our excessive global desire to be more connected; more quickly and more validated by more means, by more people and via more news, have created a polarised, and a largely incongruent monster within humanity.

Within my fields of work that intersect Speech Pathology & Mental Health; NLP, Clinical Hypnotherapy & Coaching; and Neuroscience it is becoming increasing more evident that people want others to be more patient, more kind, more chilled-out, and more love-based on their expression, and yet these same individuals are deeply struggling to express these things toward themselves.

Source: iCN Issue 7 (Relationship Coaching); pages 29-30

About Scott Hardie

Scott Hardie is a Lecturer across 2 Universities in Melbourne and the Gold Coast.
Lecturing in Early Education, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Health & Community Services, Scott is considered to be a knowledgeable, experienced and dynamic trainer and educator in the sector. His experience in the training & development field: speaking to students, groups of parents, Allied Health staff and Educators throughout this career allow him to create the platform for the ultimate learning experience.

Scott has a diverse platform of experience and training as a Speech Pathologist, Mental Health Clinician, Autism & Behavioural Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Master Coach & Trainer of NLP, TLT, NLP Coaching and Hypnotherapy & Mindfulness. This combination provides support children, adolescents and young adults with social, emotional, language, learning and behavioural challenges, within the National Disability Insurance Scheme sector, and for Performance Enhancement in social, academic and sporting realms for all students.