His rage behavior changed

My son started the program when he was 8 and graduated when he was 10. He would snap at an instant and go from 0 to pissed in moments. Then he would kick, hit, bite, whatever he could to lash out and cause damage to the person that ticked him off. We did neuro reorg […]

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After working with Bette, our son’s rages have almost all but stopped

We were having very difficult times with our son’s rages and violent behavior from a very, very young age. Most of the time he was such a sweet child, but this behavior could be triggered at literally any moment. After working with Bette, our son’s rages have almost all but stopped. No one else had any answers that […]

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Tantrums over homework

Casey was a 4th grader when her parents brought her  Developmental Movement Consultants. She struggled through small homework assignments for 4 hours a night, often becoming rageful, screaming, slamming doors and occasionally throwing furniture. She was socially immature and awkward. A few months into her Developmental Movement program her parents were delighted that she was […]

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Playground head injury challenge and resolution

Josh, a straight A student in 5th grade suffered a concussion on the school playground in the first week of 6th grade. After a short stay in the hospital he returned to school where his grades quickly dropped to C’s, D’s and F’s. His family quickly found Developmental Movement Consultants and put him on a […]

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He wouldn’t qualify as High Functioning Autistic anymore

Our son was “difficult” right from the beginning. He had a huge startle response and deep fears of loud noises (vacuum cleaner, loud vehicles, etc). He had to wear “worker man” ear muffs to go to noisy places like church, a school gym, the fair, etc. He had extreme difficulty with transitions – from inside […]

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We have discovered a healthiness we didn’t even know existed

I am a lucky mom working with Bette Lamont when she comes t0 (Our State). For those who have been debating about whether or not to do NR–I want to just share a thought… I had no intention of doing any more interventions with my daughter (8 years, adopted from China at 1). We felt […]

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Thirteen year old has a more promising future

“In March of 2004 I had him evaluated for learning disability issues at Developmental Movement Consultant. Until that day his prognosis for a normal life was not promising. Today I am optimistic that he will be able to live an independent and happy life.

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Adult recovery

“When I first contracted DMC in 2002, the ongoing difficulties I was experiencing from my head injury were preventing me from working. In fact, I had recently been told that all healing was completed and I should expect little improvement for the remainder of my life. I was mentally rigid and had difficulty adapting to […]

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He was called “The Next Jeffrey Dahmer” (aka the Milwaukee Cannibal)

To whom it May Concern: This letter is written on the behalf of the Developmental Movement Consultants. A five-year-old boy in my care has been diagnosed with Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Adjustment and Attachment Disorder. When he was just six months old, he would exhibit intense anger. Sometimes he would inflict damage on himself as well […]

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