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. […]
Pressure Points The following article was published in Daily Camera (Boulder, CO) July 29, 2002 Section: Fit Page: C1 Susan Glairon, Camera Staff Writer Amber King receives acupressure treatment to help her overcome learning disabilities in the Boulder office of Susan McCrossin. King, an 18-year-old student at Longmont High School, was first treated by McCrossin […]
Interview on Dr Future Show
Don’t miss this great interview! Susan McCrossin, the founder of Crossinology, recently spoke with Dr. Future. They discussed how brain integration is used to naturally treat learning difficulties, like dyslexia, ADD, and ADHD. Click this link to listen to the interview.
The Physiology of Muscle Testing
How Muscle Monitoring Works, and What It can Tell Us About Homeostasis or Physiological Balance in the Body. The following article written by Susan McCrossin describes how muscle monitoring works, and what it can tell you about the physiological balance in the body. Introduction: What is muscle testing? Sounds a simple enough question that I’m […]
The Brain Integration Technique for the Correction of Learning Difficulties
The Brain Integration Technique for the Correction of Learning Difficulties – for improving brain and body functioning The following is an article written by Susan McCrossin that describes how the Crossinology Brain Integration Technique can help those who have long-term, ongoing loss of brain integration resulting from traumatic experiences or those who experience massive brain confusion. […]
Is Lack of Coordination a Symptom of a Learning Disability?
Even before children can talk, their actions can speak loudly about the degree of efficiency or inefficiency in their brain processing. Consider babies who never crawl or who develop “butt-scooting” methods of locomotion by their first birthday. What we know about the two halves of the brain, right and left, is that they control the […]
What Are the Signs of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)?
What Are the Signs of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)? Did you know that attention deficit disorder (ADD) is the most frequently observed learning disability. When you (or someone you love) can perform one task easily, but cannot perform a series of sequential tasks, it may be indicative of ADD. You may not be able to […]
Searching for a drug-free alternative to treating ADD, ADHD and dyslexia?
Searching for a drug-free alternative to treating ADD, ADHD and dyslexia? Thanks to guest blogger, Mike Gismondi, LPC, Licensed Psychotherapist American families are witnessing a crisis in the way some children are experiencing school and struggling with taking their place in adult society. Regardless of what we call the problem—ADD, ADHD, hyperactivity, dyslexia, conduct disorders, […]