Who is Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) for?
What is BIT for?
What is Brain Integration Technique (BIT)?
What does BIT do?
How long does the treatment take?
What happens during the treatment?
Is BIT permanent?
What kind of results should I expect with BIT?
How quickly will I see results?
Where can I get more information about BIT?
How do I schedule BIT treatment?
Who is Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) for?top
Children and adults with learning difficulties will often display the following characteristics, among others:
- Difficulty concentrating
- No sense of time
- Poor reading comprehension (despite being a fast or fluent reader)
- Attention and focus cannot be held for long
- Difficulty spelling (putting letters together until it ‘sounds’ like the word)
- Difficulty with mathematics (concepts as well as times tables)
- Tendency to be impulsive
- Not understanding consequences or relation between cause and effect
- Difficulty budgeting time (thus projects are often left incomplete)
What is BIT for?top
This treatment helps all kinds of learning difficulties such as attention deficit disorder (ADD) both with and without hyperactivity, sensory integration, dyslexia, poor coordination, closed head traumas and brain injuries, autism and nervous breakdowns. It enhances learning abilities and improves reading, comprehension, spelling and coordination for children as well as for adults.
BIT is a cutting-edge technique based on principles of Applied Physiology that assesses and corrects learning difficulties in children and adults. BIT specifically relieves stress as it affects aptitude, resilience and performance.
BIT is completely non-invasive, and is suitable for people of all ages. In fact, most of our clients report that BIT is a very soothing and relaxing experience!
BIT has been recommended by neurologists, psychologists and other health professionals because it consistently produces improvements measurable by standard psychological and neurological tests.
What does BIT do?top
The human brain performs extremely complicated electro-magnetic functions and, like any other organ, shows symptoms of stress. Under stress, the brain’s blood supply is redirected for ‘fight’ or ‘flight’ in the body, and the logic center or creative center simply shuts down. With the shutdown, the synchronization of brain function is lost and we just cannot ‘think’ clearly. Then we blame ourselves for not trying harder, or worse, not being intelligent enough, when the true culprit is stress. All too often we learn to ‘switch off’ when we could be welcoming new experiences.
The BIT program can help children and adults to repattern brain activity around such difficulties and use more of their potential.
How long does the treatment take?top
The basic correction program takes approximately eight to sixteen hours, an estimate based on the median time for treatment. The length of each person’s program varies because of individual needs. Some people with only one or two areas of deficit may take just eight hours to complete the whole program, whereas others with many areas of deficit need more time.
What happens during the treatment?top
The first session of treatment includes an initial assessment that serves as a benchmark against which to evaluate future change. During this session, we assess the electro-magnetic activity in the brain using muscle monitoring. This technique reveals the specific brain areas that need the most attention. At the end of the assessment we can tell the client the probable length of treatment required in his/her individual case. This session takes one hour.
Subsequent sessions involve correcting the specific brain areas that showed in the assessment. The correction technique involves very light touch on specific points to re-establish electro-magnetic integrity within the brain. Thus brain functioning is improved, specifically in learning ability, creativity, and physical co-ordination. This is done by pinpointing stress in the brain that affects learning, and relieving these individual stress patterns.
The client may also come in for a 6-8 week post-integration follow-up. This session usually lasts an hour.
Is BIT permanent?top
The only situation that would require a person to be fully re-integrated would be if he sustained an injury to the head. Other than that, once a person has been integrated, they will not need to be integrated again. Sometimes a client will feel like her brain function has gone ‘off-line’ again. In this situation, there has usually been an emotional trauma that caused enough stress to block the brain function. We call this ‘temporary dis-integration.” To remedy this, the BIT practitioner need only to address the emotions surrounding the trauma. The brain function can then come back ‘on-line.’
What kind of results should I expect with BIT?top
We consistently improve learning ability of the individuals we treat. They are able to read with high comprehension, learn and retain spelling words, understand mathematical concepts, become physically coordinated and modulate their emotional responses. Often, medications are not needed after treatment in the majority of cases. However, while we give our clients the ability to learn, the amount of improvement is still dependent on them participating in school. If there is organic brain damage, there is still improvement but it will be limited depending on the location of the damage. However, even those that were suspected to have damage (i.e. Autistic tendencies) often improve significantly enough that the suspected damage is no longer evident.
In a nutshell, we enable the brain to learn within any limitations posed by organic brain damage. However, we do not make the brain learn. That takes studying and perseverance on the part of the client!
How quickly will I see results?top
Every individual is different. Some people feel different during the treatment, and some do not feel anything until after the integration is entirely complete. The time frame can range from a few days to a few months. We enable the brain to learn. We cannot make the person learn. Therefore, external variables like family and school dynamics can affect when and how the integration takes hold. It is often the people around the integrated person who notice the changes first!
Where can I get more information about BIT?top
Susan published a book, Breaking the Learning Barrier: Eradicating ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia, which describes the treatment, her research, and includes many testimonials. The book is available at our office or order online.
How do I schedule BIT treatment?top
Please call the Learning Improvement Center at 561-809-4985 to schedule a series of treatments. These sessions can be divided over several weeks, or, for people travelling to us, finished over the course of two or three days.
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301 Camino Gardens Blvd, #204, Boca Raton, FL 33432