Western Medicine Meets 2000 Year Old Eastern Medicine With Crossinology BIT

Energy Body Meridians By Susan McCrossin The general approach to learning difficulties in the West is either to medicate or prescribe exercises to be done in perpetuity. But there is another solution. While the Western world works in a biomechanical model, the East has for the last 2000 years worked in an energetic model. Meaning […]

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Homework!!!

Homework!!! By Susan McCrossin I haven’t met a child or adult who ever said that they enjoyed homework or asked a teacher for more. Although most adults remember that one child in class at the end of the day that reminded the teacher that she/he hadn’t set the homework assignment for the evening and everyone […]

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How Are Your Phone Habits Impacting Your Child?

How are Your Phone Habits Impacting Your Child? By Susan McCrossin When looking at how much time children spend in front of screens, whether it’s a television, computer or telephone you probably need to look at yourself first. What kind of example are you giving your child? Are you the kind of parent whose phone […]

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Do You Feel Like Your Brain Just Isn’t Working Right?

Do You Feel Like Your Brain Just Isn’t Working Right? My clinical experience indicates that an individual’s behavior reflects the degree of access and integration of his/her brain functions. To a large degree, whether the functions are accessed—or not accessed—determines how a person behaves. Your behavior tells us the truth about how your brain functions. […]

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Case Study: Special Education Classes Become a Thing of the Past

Case Study: Special Education Classes Become a Thing of the Past Perhaps nowhere are the results of the Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique more pronounced than in the case of students who, after treatment, no longer need to be placed in special-education classes. The following story about Walt illustrates the impact of such a shift. When […]

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The Brain, Exercise and Successful Aging

The Brain, Exercise and Successful Aging Successful aging involves minimal debility past the age of 65 or so, with little or no serious chronic disease diagnoses, depression, cognitive decline or physical infirmities that would prevent someone from living independently.  If only we can look into a crystal ball and see the secrets to successful aging.  […]

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10 Tips for Fun & Easy School Lunches that Fit Your Autism and ADHD Diet

10 Tips for Fun & Easy School Lunches that Fit Your Autism and ADHD Diet By Stephani McGirr With Nourshing Journey School lunches can be overwhelming and difficult if you are new to the dietary changes that help ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It’s not just about rethinking the standard lunch with GFCF, additive-free, […]

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Connecting ADHD and Nutrition

Connecting ADHD and Nutrition By Pamela Weintraub For kids with focus and behavior challenges, nutritional shifts may work as well as, or better than, medication. Anyone who’s raised a kid with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) knows the drill: You take your sweet child to nursery school, and he runs amuck during story time. He […]

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