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How Does Books Neural Therapy™ Support Students with Dyslexia?

Reversing dyslexia is possible, and you don’t need drugs or invasive procedures. Books Neural Therapy™ supports students with dyslexia by helping the nervous system communicate more effectively through gentle realignments of the body. Dyslexia is not the only learning difference or health problem that BNT helps. We have also helped students successfully reverse the effects of: • ADD/ADHD • Head traumas, including sports concussions and sports head injuries • Neurosensory processing issues • Allergies • TMJ • Eye tracking problems • Difficulty with balance “It is very worth it to have Jared off his medication. You can’t put a price


How the Placebo and Nocebo Effects Influence Our Children with Dyslexia

Henry Ford was fond of saying, “Whether you believe you can or whether you believe you can’t, you’re absolutely right.” He was correct, and his statement applies to our children with dyslexia. If they believe they can overcome it, they will. If they have serious doubts they can, they will have trouble and may never accomplish it. This is the classic placebo—nocebo effect. We’ve all heard about the placebo effect—how a simple sugar pill or other non-medicinal remedy can help illness. The healing comes from our positive thoughts, and a worsening of our illnesses, a nocebo, can also occur through


Have You or Someone You Know Attempted Suicide? Part 2

Taken from Chapter 16, “House of Miracles” by Bernice Dotz In the last blog, Dr. Phyllis Books was working with Dennis, a young man who had attempted suicide five times. Read on to find out how she helped him stop having suicidal thoughts and live the life he was meant to lead. When we left Dr. Books, she was doing a physical exam with adjustments for Dennis. When she got to his skull, she held it as if she were holding a chord on the piano, pressing her fingers on various spots where the bones meet. She manipulated his ears


Have You or Someone You Know Attempted Suicide? Part 1

Taken from Chapter 16, “House of Miracles” by Bernice Dotz “I attempted suicide five times. I tried slashing my wrists and taking ant poison.” Dr. Books called me one day to tell me about Dennis, a patient who needed help. We decided he would stay with me and she would come out to treat him because he couldn’t drive. When Dennis got off the bus, I brought him home and made him comfortable in his room. Then I asked him to fill in the application form that Dr. Books asks of all of her clients. He was able to fill


Just What is Books Neural Therapy™?

JUST WHAT IS BOOKS NEURAL THERAPY™? A combination of treatments unlike any other.                             Chapter 3, “House of Miracles”                          By Bernice Dotz                Books Neural Therapy™ is a unique, non-force, non-drug therapy developed by Dr. Phyllis Books for treating various mechanical, neurological and emotional disorders.  Books Neural Therapy™ looks at the development of the whole body, not just one part.          Books Neural Therapy™ uses a multidisciplinary approach.  Books Neural Therapy™ looks


Do You Know A Family That Was Damaged By Alcoholism?

Do you know a family that was severely damaged  by alcoholism and divorce? This family was. Taken from Chapter 9, “House of Miracles” Written by Bernice Capelle Dotz   The young lady was charming, outgoing, had a pleasant smile, and was great with the customers. She started working at our store as a teenager. After college she took a job on a cruise line, sailing up and down the Alaskan Coast in the summer and up and down the Mexican Pacific Coast in the winter. It was fun for a few years. Then she came back home and worked at


Give Thanks Everyday

Is everyday Thanksgiving at your house?     Do songs of joy and praise roll off your lips first thing in the morning? Any morning? Every morning? Or might a touch of overwhelm meet you when you wake up?   During November and December in America, we emphasize gratefulness, family connections, and good cheer to all. Ideally, those values we hold near and dear to us on a daily basis, not just holiday times.   It’s easy to have way too much to do during this season. So may I ask you to choose at least two things from this


9 Fun Things to do Outdoors as a Family

Summer or not, being outside is healthy and fun.  Being in nature encourages our natural curiosity and sense of exploration in simple but useful ways.  Time seems to slow down when we’re in nature.  How wonderful is that?? Research shows that people who spend time in nature have better health, increased levels of satisfaction, lower stress, and greater overall well-being. Are you looking for a few fun ways to involve your family with outdoor activities?  Try these: l) Family Olympics – Create your own version of Olympic events. Create an obstacle course, have hula-hoop contests, 50-yard dashes, relay races, basketball