Dyslexia & Learning Disability Expert,
Dr. Phyllis Books is a pioneer in working with the whole body and its role in the learning process.
Dr. Phyllis Books has the heart of a mother, the brain of a scientist, and the soul of a wise elder. Considered a cutting edge healer and catalyst by her peers, her clients view her as “calm..caring..competent.”
She is a teacher, mother and doctor rich in wisdom born of life experience. As an engaging new paradigm teacher, and creator of proven, road-tested methods, she leads the way in painlessly clearing neurological deficits without drugs. She is the founder of Books Neural Therapy,™ a structural and neurological repatterning technique helpful for people with dyslexia, learning differences, ADHD, head traumas, various chronic health problems, and those seeking peak performance. She released the world’s first online Dyslexia Reversal System in 2013. Hundreds of patients, families, scientists and teachers have benefited from her multidisciplinary approach. And Dr Books’ treatment successes offer encouraging proof that the brain is changeable all the time at every age.
Her formal education background includes an undergraduate degree in English from Michigan State University, a masters degree in interpersonal communications from the University of North Texas, and a doctorate of chiropractic from Parker College in Dallas. She has a long list of credentials and teaching experiences in the US, Europe, and Australia. Her alma mater has deemed her Outstanding International Alumni for her many contributions.
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 by Symptoms
“I was referred to Dr. Books by my therapist. I was diagnosed several years ago as having right and left brain deficits, which caused learning disabilities. My greatest problem was with reading and comprehension. I read very slowly and often would have difficulty remembering what I had just read. My work involves a great deal of reading at a fast pace. I was concerned about keeping my job, so I sought help.
Initially, I noticed that I began to remember names. I also noticed that after reading a sentence, I could rewrite more of it from memory. Then, around the sixth week, I felt like a fog had lifted from my brain. I could think more clearly.
I like Dr. Books very much and I feel she is very interested in my progress. She is as excited about my progress as I am.”
Success with Other Professionals
BG, Ph.D. (Psychotherapist) Dallas, TX
I have known Dr. Books for 15 years and find her to be extremely insightful, competent and caring with her patients. Because of the confidentiality of my work, several of my patients have experienced her work and have reported to me their positive changes. They don’t know I know Dr. Books; when I talk with Dr. Books, I don’t reveal who tells me all these wonderful things about her. I just smile quietly on the inside.
Success with Speaking
Ellen Fannin Director of Special Activities, Unity Church of the Hills
“Dr. Phyllis Books shares her knowledge in a well-organized and interesting way,captivating her audience with examples and stories, sharing practical and usable information.
Her professionalism shines through her presentation.”
Success with Other Professionals
John Gedye. M.D. Detroit, Michigan
I first heard Dr. Books speak on head injuries and learning differences in Texas, and since then have collaborated with her on research project preparations. Her breadth of knowledge spanning several fields, and how she brings together these facets, is quite intriguing and a challenge to put into a restrictive research model. It has been a pleasure to help graph and chart her findings.
I have personally witnessed her work on my colleagues, and during a particularly stressful time in my life, I believe she prevented me from having a heart attack. After that session, my life took an interesting turn, and my most real and honest work took form.