An Effective Alternative Treatment for Learning Disabilities
Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique is an alternative treatment for learning disabilities. Brain Integration therapy improves the areas of the brain that are stopping people from being their best. Brain Integration therapy is a non-invasive treatment for ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia and other learning disabilities. Many of the people I work with don’t have a learning disability but they have to re-read everything or spend too much time getting things done.
Brain Integration therapy uses acupressure techniques that involve very light touch on specific points to re-establish the brain’s electro-magnetic integrity. The people I work with know they’re smarter and more capable than their grades or performance at school or work indicate. Improving the brain’s capabilities will improve academic performance, focus, balance and emotions. In this article you will learn how this alternative treatment for learning disabilities works and what will be possible for you or your child once you have undergone this inventive technique.
Three mothers share their stories
ADHD Treatment Without Drugs
The most common solution to ADHD/ADD is medication, but you may have concerns about taking drugs or giving them to your child. Now you have an alternative treatment for ADHD that effectively alleviates the symptoms of ADHD in children and adults of all ages.
Are you already taking a typical drug treatment for ADHD in children and adults? The good news is Brain Integration can be undertaken while you or your child is on medication. Medications will not prevent you or your child from obtaining the desired outcome, effects or improvements of the Brain Integration.
How Long Does the Brain Integration Therapy Take?
The Brain Integration usually requires about 12 to 16 hours and we can complete these sessions within two to three days, or we can spread them out over a few weeks or months. The client may also want to come in for a six-to-eight-week follow-up. This session usually lasts an hour or two. The length of each person’s program varies because of individual needs. Some people with only one or two areas of deficit may need fewer hours to complete the whole program, whereas others with many areas of deficit need more time.
Out-of-Town Treatment for Learning Disabilities
Brain Integration is ideal for out-of-town visitors because the treatment can be completed in two or three days. I invite you to call me for a free evaluation over the phone. I reserve a few days specifically for out-of-town appointments.
Free Assessment for Brain Integration Therapy
The very best way to know if, or how, Brain Integration can help is to schedule a free assessment. During the assessment we can talk about the individual person instead of general issues, and determine how many hours are needed to complete the desired result.
Get Started Today!
Call 828-216-4444 or schedule an appointment online.
Children or Adults with Learning Difficulties Will Often Display the Following Characteristics:
If some of these difficulties describe you or your child, you don’t have to remain in this state forever. With the help of the Brain Integration you or your child will be able to live a happy and fulfilled life.
- Difficulty concentrating or paying attention
- No sense of time
- Difficulty pronouncing words
- Poor reading comprehension despite being a fast or fluent reader
- Poor hearing comprehension
- Short attention span
- Difficulty spelling and putting letters together until it sounds like a word
- Difficulty remembering spelling words longer than one day
- Difficulty with mathematical concepts or times tables
- Letter or number reversal
- A tendency to be impulsive
- Angry or defiant behavior
- Low self-esteem or self-confidence
- The inability to understand consequences or the relationship between cause and
- Sensory issues
- Difficulty making decisions
- The inability to complete a task
- Poor balance or coordination
- Difficulty budgeting time so that projects are often left incomplete
Like all learning disabilities ADHD or ADD has many combinations of symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Somebody with severe ADHD may not be able to learn a task or subject. This would cause frustration because often they have given their all, with many hours of study and work, with little or no results. Somebody with mild ADHD may be able to completely learn and retain a task or subject but it might take two or three times longer to learn or do the task. These people work much harder than someone without a learning difficulty to get the same results. This can cause anger and resentment which also prevents the brain from performing well.
One of the difficulties is attention deficit. The problem isn’t paying attention, the problem is that they are paying attention to too much. While a boy with ADHD is in class listening to a teacher, he sees a girl twirling her hair, a boy tapping a pencil, the boy in front of him wiggling his foot, the clock on the wall ticks and he has to look, a squirrel goes by the window and then he sees a red truck driving down the road. He starts daydreaming about when he will get a red truck and go fishing… This all happened in a few seconds and that’s what their entire day is like. When you improve the way the brain functions it improves the ability to focus naturally, without willpower. Then they have a chance to hear the teacher. Brain Integration is ADHD treatment because it helps with ADHD and other learning difficulties.
Dyslexia and Reading Comprehension
Dyslexia can create problems with reading, spelling, communication, grammar, letter or number reversal and more. Improving how the brain processes information can make a big difference in how they learn. Here’s an example about reading. Reading is a very complicated process. The brain has to translate squiggly lines into a letter, combine letters to make a word, add meaning to the word, comprehend a sentence, store it in the memory and then be able to think about it and apply it to school, work or life. Reading uses many areas of the brain at once to complete this task. If there is a block or communication error anywhere in this string of events, there will be reading issues. If the problem is in the beginning steps a person will have trouble seeing, learning or pronouncing words. If the person can read fluently but not comprehend it’s just a matter of getting it to the memory. Tenth grade is an important year to pass the End-of-Grade or FCAT test. I have had many students that could read but they never have been able to pass the reading comprehension part of the test. After completing Brain Integration all of the children I’ve work with have passed!
Auditory (hearing) comprehension is similar. Someone that can hear the sound well but has a low hearing comprehension will have problems remembering directions, following directions or poor listening skills. Difficulties can show up in academic subjects or behavior. Some people many have both reading and hearing comprehension problems. Brain Integration’s ADHD treatment helps with both of these issues. Brain Integration alleviates other symptoms of Dyslexia too.
Research has Shown That These Techniques Really Do Work
Susan McCrossin developed Brain Integration in 1988, and she has written several articles on about ADHD treatment, Dylexia, and reading comprension. Feel free to visit her website at www.crossinology.com. Here’s the research article.
Don’t Let Learning Disabilities Prevent You from Living Up to Your Full Potential
You deserve to have the life you envisioned and your children deserve to have their best start in life. Brain Integration will help take you where you need to be to realize the happiness you seek.
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Call 828-216-4444 or schedule an appointment online.
“After one week I am seeing much progress with my son. We have taken him off of his ADHD meds and he is like I have never seen him before. I go into his room every day to do the spelling words and the multiplication and before I would have gotten real attitude with him wanting to put it off. Now he is ready when I go in to work on these things.”
– Ginger McCoy