Here are some useful articles that you can read via the links below:

Corporate Wellness Magazine (premier magazine for USA health)

Is work just getting you down? Are you drained and exhausted?
Take a look at Olive and Art’s article ‘Fatigue’ that received the following praise from the US editor:

Wow, I have never received such a professional looking article

Energetic NLP article Art Giser Olive Hickmott

Read Olive & Art’s article on Energetic NLP pp28-30



Summer 2010 Issue Rapport magazine
Article on ‘Energetic NLP for Health and Healing’
by Art Giser and Olive Hickmott pp28 – 30

Click here to read




AMED e-O&P Autumn 2010: Writing that Influences
‘How healing stories create pictures: to make learning a delight’ by Olive Hickmott


Energetic NLP for health and learning

Energetic NLP has wonderful processes to enhance your health, vitality and ability to heal. Combining the best of NLP, transformative work, energy healing and intuitive development. By Art Giser and Olive Hickmott. Link to Rapport summer issue pages 28-30.

Wow, fantastic article. You are doing great work, Art, and I thank you for it. I’m in an airport, and you just helped me ground, re-collect my own energy, and connect with my own essence, all before I head off into the air for Scotland!


What is happening to our really bright visual youngsters?

This article discusses the skills of our youngsters, how visual skills can confuse theem and the simple skills we need to teach so they can excel. Link to article.


Recover your Energy

Extract published in Resource magazine 2009. For the full article click here


The Amoenalife magazine is dedicated to show women how they can feel lovely again after breast cancer.

The Autumn 2009 edition has a great article entitled Running on empty’ (pages 6-9) Click here for link to download the Autumn 2009 magazine.

Author, Olive Hickmott uses the striking analogy of the burnt out house. “Exhaustion is normally born out of a major change. When the medics come in and do the breast cancer treatment it is a bit like the fire brigade coming in – they put out the fire magnificently but you have to deal with the devastation they leave behind.”


A question for headteachers

Why do some really bright youngsters struggle with literacy? Link to full free article