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Jill Sweatman is a neuroscience and communication strategist. She is passionate about our brains, how and why they work the way they do. In particular, why we can unknowingly sabotage our success by not understanding or appreciating neuroscience and the people with whom we live and work.

The Brain Whisperer‪™‬ Jill Sweatman

    • Education

Jill Sweatman is a neuroscience and communication strategist. She is passionate about our brains, how and why they work the way they do. In particular, why we can unknowingly sabotage our success by not understanding or appreciating neuroscience and the people with whom we live and work.

    What is your child’s ‘portfolio of life’? ABC Hobart Mon Sep 14 2020

    What is your child’s ‘portfolio of life’? ABC Hobart Mon Sep 14 2020

    What is your child’s ‘portfolio of life’? ABC Hobart Mon Sep 14 2020 by Jill Sweatman

    • 9 min
    84% of teachers have experienced offensive or aggressive behaviour

    84% of teachers have experienced offensive or aggressive behaviour

    84% of teachers have experienced offensive or aggressive behaviour. Jill Sweatman speaks with Lucy Braden on ABC Radio Hobart, and provides some tips for parents look

    • 9 min
    Are we making the right screen choices for our children today? Interview with Suzi Petrozzi

    Are we making the right screen choices for our children today? Interview with Suzi Petrozzi

    Suzi Petrozzi, clinical psychologist, interviews Jill Sweatmean on how screen time is shaping our children's lives. Hear the research and real-life experiences behind our recommendations with Jill Sweatman, neuroscience specialist in learning and development, known as the BRAIN WHISPERER™.

    • 58 min
    Kids addicted to screens - ABC Radio interview

    Kids addicted to screens - ABC Radio interview

    Jill Sweatman discusses how excessive exposures to screens is impacting the learning ability of children and the need for parents to restrict access to this technology with Lucy Breaden for ABC Hobart Drive.

    • 8 min
    Could video games be part of the problem? (6PR interview)

    Could video games be part of the problem? (6PR interview)

    You wouldn’t let your child smoke cigarettes if they were younger than eighteen-years-old, so why would you let them play video games that are R18+ restricted?

    Jill Sweatman, a Neuroscience Learning Expert & Parent Coach, joins us this week to talk about some concerns research results from the UK and what that could mean for us.

    • 7 min
    What's Possible with Tech-Free Parenting?

    What's Possible with Tech-Free Parenting?

    What's Possible with Tech-Free Parenting? by Jill Sweatman

    • 10 min

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