Dyslexia & Learning Disability Expert,
Dr. Phyllis Books is a pioneer in working with the whole body and its role in the learning process.
Dr. Books is an author, educator, doctor and new thought leader. She is the founder of Books Neural Therapy™, a well-documented, systematic approach to dissolving dyslexia, ADHD, head traumas, and many chronic health issues. Her book, Reversing Dyslexia: Improving Learning and Behavior Without Drugs was released in 2013 by Square One Publishing. Another book about her work, House of Miracles, was written by Bernice Dotz. Also in 2013, Dr. Books released the world’s first online treatment class for parents, The Dyslexia Reversal System. In 2014, she added online and live classes of BNT ™ for professionals.
Her formal education includes an undergraduate degree in education and English from Michigan State University, a master’s degree in interpersonal communications from the University of North Texas and a doctor of chiropractic from Parker University. She has taught and lectured in the U.S., Europe and Australia. Her alma mater granted her the Outstanding International Alumni Award for her many contributions.
Dr. Books has done extensive postgraduate work in family systems, accelerated learning styles, energy medicine, neuroscience, pediatrics and nutrition. With a last name of Books, she says she is destined to be learning forever.
Her treatment success offers encouraging proof that the brain is changeable all the time at every age. Trained both traditional an energetic healing modalities, Dr. Books combines keen listening and diagnostic skills to help you feel better than ever.
Dr. Books has done extensive post-graduate work in family systems, accelerated learning styles, psychology, neural associative techniques, energy medicine, brain-mind research, pediatrics and nutrition. With a last name of Books, she says she is destined to be learning forever.
Trained in both traditional and energetic healing modalities, Dr. Books combines keen listening and diagnostic skills to help you feel better than ever. She lectures and teaches on activating new potentials and possibilities in children…of all ages.
Testimonials – Success Stories
Success with Other Professionals
Richard Rice, D.C. (Chiropractor) Dallas, TX
Dr. Books started practicing in my office in 1986. She knew she wanted to work with children with learning differences, and made a name for herself. Even though I used to kid her about being out of the office more than in (she travels and teaches a lot), patients consistently go out of their way to track her down. She is the best at what she does. Her reputation speaks for itself.
Success with Learning and Behavior
Mitchell’s Family: Books Neural Therapy Freedom Fast Track
“He is just blossoming and we have only been here three days..Truly what you are doing here with these kids is a life-changer. They can not get this help anywhere else that I know of and so just bless you for what you do.”
Success by Symptoms
JB: Chronic Pain
“You cleaned me out. My memories of the surgery were bloody, messy and painful. And you cleared it all. Before my abdomen was so tender, no one could even tough it let alone put pressure on it. You had an awareness of my internal environment, not just my organs. You dared go where other people had been afraid. You allowed the healing to happen. You cleaned me out – totally – and reconnected me to myself again.
You reconnected my legs to my torso. When I stood up after that session, my body felt different and I walked differently and connected to the ground differently.”
Success by Symptoms
“Malcolm was very depressed from the Ritalin. We knew we had to do something to change how he felt about himself, but still pay attention in class. We heard about Dr. Books and knew we had to give her a try. Malcolm has changed so much; he’s back to his loving self. But we don’t have the child that jumps and yells in public, hides in all the clothes racks at the stores.
His teachers have seen and been with Malcolm with medication, with medication and now with Dr. Books’ treatments. They all prefer Malcolm now. He’s back to his loving and caring personality and he pays attention.
He also likes himself because he can play baseball and he’s one of the best players; that pretty good for someone who could never catch or hit a ball and was very scared of it.”