Free Reading by Baby Mind Reader Derek Ogilvie

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Television Production Company Visual Voodoo [part of ITN factual] is making a documentary about Derek’s incredible telepathic gift as part of the award-winning “Extraordinary People” series. In both his stage shows and on television, he has been able to help hundreds of parents to better understand their child before they are able to speak.

Derek has helped parents with issues such as uncontrollable crying, biting and fitful sleeping.
We are seeking parents of babies and toddlers [1-3 years] who would like a reading undertaken by Derek that would be filmed for the documentary. The readings will be taking place at Goldsmith’s University, New Cross, London on 28th & 29th April and conducted with the support of professional psychologists and qualified child carers. The readings would be offered free of charge in exchange for a couple of hours on both days.

If you are interested and would like to know more, please contact Ally Roberts on 0207 430 4729 or by email
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