Does Neurological Reorganization help with vision issues related to Dyslexia?

Question:  Can’t remember if NR helps with vision issues related to dyslexia or not.  Doing some reading about possible dyslexia treatments and before we travel that new and potentially expensive road, wanted to check in and see if this is an area that the NR will be helping. Thanks Bette!   F….   Hello F […]

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Is Aggression a Gut problem?

Most of the children we work with at Developmental Movement Consultants who present with rage and aggression issues are, if tested, shown to have a gut issue.  Here is some of the research supporting our observations: Toddler temperament could be influenced by different types of gut bacteria Date: May 27, 2015 Source: Ohio State University […]

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Michael Orlans

Are Unborn Babies Aware?

Michael Orlans Co-Founder Co-Director at Evergreen Psychotherapy Center – Attachment Treatment and Training Institute Are Unborn Babies Aware? Apr 25, 2015 The old Freudians believe that personality does not develop until ages 2-3 has now been displaced by decades of research in the field of pre-natal psychology.  We have found that an unborn child is […]

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Why didn’t I learn anything new from our child’s Neuropsychological Assessment?

I love getting accommodations at school and that can be the beginning and the end of what you get out of a NeuroPsych exam.  I was just speaking with a dear friend who has written a book (Red Flags) about using N.R. and Vision Therapy in a school setting.  When we were talking about the […]

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The Evolution of Neurological Reorganization

Neurological Reorganization has been effectively treating children who had no other hope for almost 70 years.  In the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s N.R. was used to treat the children with cerebral palsy, with brain injuries, children who had been poisoned with insecticides, children who had drowned, who had been in auto accidents.  They even went […]

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Don

Tummy Time and Back Sleeping

Tummy Time Why babies need more of it than they’re getting. By Brian Mossop Don’t be afraid to put babies on their tummies when they’re awake In the early 1940s, Dr. Harold Abramson, a New York pediatrician, pored over heartrending reports of babies who accidentally suffocated while they slept. As he reviewed case after case, […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury

  On a February day in 2005, Nick was doing what many boys do after school, heading home, crossing a busy street at an accustomed intersection, hanging out with a friend, having good 12-year-old boy fun, when the mirror of a van driving through that same intersection took away everything that Nick identified as himself. […]

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Bright, but…………

Bright, but………. “He’s a great reader, but math concepts are beyond him”. She’s an academic whiz, but she can’t seem to make any friends”. “Everyone loves her, but she has no interest in school.” “Smart, but clumsy”. “Athletic but has no focus”, …”but still wets her pants”, “….but has huge tantrums; “…but can’t tell time”. […]

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Neurological Issues in Psychotherapy

By Bette Lamont Jan was having a hard time in this, her 48th year. Life had become more stressful as her job responsibilities had increased, and she felt less able to cope with the stress. It was spilling over into her social life, which had become nearly nonexistent, as Jan now stayed home to avoid […]

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Denise Best, Attachment Therapists on Neurological Reorganization in Attachment work

Symptoms of a child with Developmental Trauma Disorder Relationships with others Poor eye contact. Rejects affection from parents (stiff, rigid, pushes away, squirms). Acts overly charming to get their way/ Affectionate only on Childs terms. Indiscriminate affection towards strangers (Disinhibited Type). Acts incredibly innocent, even when caught in the act. Demands things instead of asking […]

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