You Are What You Eat: The Role of Nutrition and ADHD

You Are What You Eat: The Role of Nutrition and ADHD First in a series By Susan McCrossin Our culture has an odd relationship with food. A trip to the grocery store shows shelves stocked full with labels that read Gluten-free, Dairy-free, allergy avoidant, Paleo, and more. Add in learning issues to this mix and […]

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Back to School? Or Back to Stress?

Back to School? Or Back to Stress? Assessments – Homework – Nutrition By Susan McCrossin For many families, the start of school means heading to the local mall to purchase new school supplies, backpacks, and the latest fashion, all with the intention of providing the best possible start for a successful start of school. But […]

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Helping Students with ADHD Succeed in School

Helping Students with ADHD Succeed in School Article and photo supplied by Kaplan. According to the CDC, 11% (6.4 million) of children ages 4-17 have been diagnosed with ADHD as of 2011. If you’ve ever had a child with ADHD or a similar diagnosis in one of your classes, then you know how difficult it […]

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Women With Learning Disabilities

 Women With Learning Disabilities Article provided by College 4 Women. Imagine having important needs and ideas to communicate but being unable to express them. Imagine feeling bombarded by sights and sounds, but being unable to focus or sit still. Imagine trying to read or add, but struggling to make sense of the letters or numbers. […]

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Happy Brain, Happy Woman: Women and Learning Difficulties

 by Susan McCrossin, A.P., founder of Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique An often underexplored area of health for women is the area of learning styles, and learning challenges. Despite what we normally think about women and men, when it comes to our brains, science understands that the differences go far beyond “men are from Mars, women […]

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Interview with The Rocky Mountain News 1999

Printed in The Rocky Mountain Times 1999 Interviewer’s Note: In my 22 years of experience with numerous different therapies in the field of Alternative Medicine, I have found no other form of treatment with which I have been as impressed by its consistent and dramatic results as I am with this treatment that Susan McCrossin developed […]

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Managing Summer Stressors: A Message to Moms with ADHD

Written by Dr. Sari Solden and Dr. Michele Frank on July 20, 2015 Do you remember the joy you felt as a child on the last day of school before summer vacation? The excitement, relief, and sense of accomplishment? It would be nice to feel so carefree again, wouldn’t it? But all parents know that […]

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Looking For Answers

Have you been questioning how to address your child’s learning disorder? Parent’s guide to natural treatments Published at Healthwell.com October 18. 2004 By Karen Raterman By age 3 1/2, Casey Gangwish was astounding his mother with his grasp of scientific concepts like buoyancy, water displacement and kinetic energy. It wasn’t until he started preschool that […]

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PROFILE: Susan McCrossin

Printed in Women’s Magazine August 2002 By MARLA RILEY Sue McCrossin loves her work. As founder of the Learning Enhancement Center in Boulder, she practices a unique brain integration system that she co-developed called Crossinology. Her clients include children and adults with learning disabilities, developmental delays, head injuries, strokes and physical coordination problems. She also […]

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Keep Calm and Summer On: Tips to Skip the Summer Slide

Seven Ways to Skip the Summer Slide Blues Face it. Your kids work hard all year long – studying, reading logs, multiplication tables, research projects, extracurricular activities, and more. By the time the weather turns warm, students are ready to head out the door singing “School’s Out for Summer” at the top of their lungs. […]

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