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Autor: Amanda Hesterman

What is Your Brain trying to Tell You?

What is Your Brain trying to Tell You?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Signs of a disorganized brain are often easier to spot in children.  This can look like a kid who has trouble sitting still and focusing, difficulty reading and writing, separation anxiety, tantrums or meltdowns, social difficulties, and more – in short, symptoms that might get diagnosed as autism, ADHD, OCD,.

Why Am I So Anxious?

Why Am I So Anxious?

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Anxiety and Depression Association of America estimates that 40 million adults in the United States are affected by an anxiety disorder – and these are just the individuals who have been diagnosed. Many more people are able to manage their symptoms in a variety of ways without seeking out.

Changing Perception

Changing Perception

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every experience we have is processed through a filter. This filter is our perception about ourselves, others, and the world around us. Most of the time, these perceptions do not even belong to us, but we have passively accepted them without much thought. What are your perceptions about the world?.

Do You Believe Your Brain Can Change?

Do You Believe Your Brain Can Change?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company, had a famous saying: “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right!”  That may be true in terms of what you believe about yourself and your brain’s ability to change. The good news is that your brain actually.

No Special Equipment Necessary

No Special Equipment Necessary

Reading Time: < 1 minute There are some really great things about our program that sets us apart from any other. For example, anyone can do our program. That’s right, anyone. Another great aspect of this program is that it requires little to no equipment. All of the movements can be done using nothing other.

What Does it Mean to Compensate?

What Does it Mean to Compensate?

Reading Time: 3 minutes It makes sense to us that parents of children showing signs of autism, Asperger’s, PDD, and other neurodevelopmental challenges might be interested in looking into brain integration exercises to improve their child’s behavior and brain development, but what about seemingly neurotypical children? And what about their parents? Are brain exercises.