What about reflexes

In response to a question about treating reflexes:   Here is my insight on how this process takes place, based on observation and study since 1987 (and prior careers as well): There is a repetitive sequence.  The tiny little organism that is a human being, even before birth, will experience a reflex, this leads to […]

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Time for Tummies

— Jane Samuel Attachment Trauma Network ​”​Time for Tummies By Jane Samuel Published April 2011 Adoption Today Magazine   Summary: In our journey to heal our youngest daughter from her developmental delays we returned to the true basics – crawling, creeping, rocking, and touch.  In the world of therapy it is called neuro-reorganization, but in […]

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Developmental Trauma Disorder

Following is a list of the symptoms of Developmental Trauma Disorder from the amazing Attachment Therapist who now resides and works in Oregon.  To reach Denise Best go to:  319 430 4383.       Symptoms of a child with Developmental Trauma Disorder   Relationships with others Poor eye contact. Rejects affection from parents (stiff, […]

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Eating disorders

In response to a question about how to solve the problem of a child’s picky eating I am writing the following:   It may if the eating disorder is anxiety related.  I work with a range of children who have brain based eating disorders.  Prader Willi is one of those, a disorder that will leave […]

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Stress in Daycare

Research cited by Richard Bowlby Jr, in the U.K. in his article Early Stress in Daycare, indicates that since the child’s right hemisphere is growing faster than the left hemisphere until sometime between 30 and 36 months, children who are under that age suffer in childcare.  They cannot understand their mother’s absence.  The brain is […]

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How to start Neurological Reorganization

Neurological Reorganization is a program designed by an N.R. practitioner and supervised at a distance by that practitioner.  Because the brain needs the input every day and there is probably no one on this list who could hire a person to do the program for one to 2 hours every day of the year, it […]

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Too much therapy?

I have my poor boy in so many therapies, we are both exhausted.   Thanks for bringing this up.  Sometimes when children get involved in too many therapies their growth slows.  If you are dealing with his issues functionally ( Neurological Reorganization), nutritionally (and I know that you do), and structurally (doing any adjustments he […]

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Attachment Therapy and Neurological Reorganization

In response to a parent’s question:   A good attachment therapist is critical.  There are attachment therapists who require Neurological Reorganization as a prerequisite to the attachment work because of the way it changes the brain and allows the kids more capacity to attach, but it does not do the attachment work per se.  That […]

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Rages

Rages have many sources. The most basic neurologically induced rage is Limbic Rage.  This is a neurological problem that is often ignored or under diagnosed in children, being attributed by many to bad behavior and reduced to the label ‘tantrums’. Limbic Rage is different than anger.  Anger may also be represented by an outburst, but […]

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Comments on Masking

Masking, a technique used by Neurological Reorganization (N.R.) practitioners, is a safe, simple and effective means of enhancing oxygen delivery to the brain.  If you are a client of N.R. you are at some point, going to be trained to do this work.  Masking is a process of rebreathing one’s own breath, which increases CO2 […]

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