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Free-floating, non-stop unconscious anxiety – can lead to

Sensory processing difficulties
Attention and focus issues
Autism spectrum disorder
Sleep difficulties
Learning issues
Emotional control issues
Medication and coping strategies work temporarily and must be continued indefinitely. Fully connecting the subconscious nervous system is holistic, scientific and permanent. It is more affordable than medication and doctor visits. It’s an answer whose side effects you’ll welcome, not have to further medicate or manage. Problems resolve, and allows you to be the person you were meant to be. We’ll teach you the techniques, which you will practice at home.
  • Attention and focus issues
  • ASD
  • Bedwetting
  • Dyslexia, dyscalcula
  • Reading comprehension
  • Behavioral issues
  • Aggression
  • Negative, defeatist attitudes
  • Anxiety, depression
  • Impulse control
  • Communication issues
  •  Trauma recovery
  • Memory
  • Sleep issues
  • Teens with maturation difficulties
  • Sensory processing issues
  • Misophonia/hypersensitive hearing
  • Hypersensitivity to light
  • Tactile sensitivity – hair brushing, need for soft clothing, tags in clothes, seams in socks
  • Picky eaters
  • Social difficulties – making friends, bullies and the bullied, shyness, managing conflict
  • Balance
  • Hypertonia and toe-walking
  • Hypotonia/low muscle tone
  • Emotional control – outbursts, road rage, etc at any age
  • PTSD, post-concussion, TBI (Traumatic brain injury)
  • Daydreamy, spacey
  • Organization issues – from the kid who doesn’t know if he has homework (or where the homework sheet is), to the adult who can’t find things, or organize self or schedule.
  • Seniors – especially addresses balance, memory, anxiety, gait, being able to stand, turn your head and not lose your bearings, some urinary incontinence in women, Parkinson’s symptoms.
  • Memory and organization
  • Clumsy, uncoordinated
  • Poor handwriting


Do you just want help with one person who has a number of areas that need to be addressed? Sessions might be your method. For the person who just has one or a few areas, classes – aimed at adults who would then help themselves or others, might be more appropriate.

The Developmental Pyramid

In the 1940’s, psychologist Dr. Abraham Maslow proposed a hierarchy (not in a pyramid form) where he suggested that our attention and energy are focused on increasingly abstract needs. The first two levels are concerned with survival: long-term and short-term. The next ones are centered around relationships and belonging needs, then about competence and how we manage life. Finally, we arrive at self-actualization, the full flowering of who we were meant to be.


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