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What if We Could Treat Dyslexia Naturally?

What if dyslexia were just a little obstacle, and not a big mountain? What if that obstacle could be erased quickly and without pain? And what if your child’s dyslexia treatment was all natural, without using drugs or invasive treatments? Dyslexia can be reversed, and the boulders that keep your child from learning can be removed. Yes, you heard me right. The obstacles can be removed gently, without pain and relatively quickly. Does it sound like a miracle? Is that too good to be true? I assure you it’s possible, and I see it every day. As a dyslexia specialist,


Do You Believe Deep Down that Your Child Can Reverse Dyslexia?

Do you trust that natural dyslexia treatments can work for your child? Do you believe, really truly believe, that your child can change? Do you know in your heart and soul that your child’s dyslexia can be reversed? Without dangerous pills and side effects, and without invasive therapies? At the very least, are you willing to talk with me for a few minutes and learn more? Reversing dyslexia is completely possible and happens all the time. I’ve seen it and been part of it for over 25 years through Books Neural Therapy™. However, you have to be completely on board


Let’s Find the Masterpiece that is You with Books Neural Therapy™

Several times a week, I hear from adults who feel trapped in jobs they hate, relationships that don’t serve them, and in other situations they feel they can’t escape. They feel like nothing will ever change and they come to me, in desperation and frustration, for help with their dyslexia or ADHD. They know they need to start somewhere to change their lives. Am I describing you here? Books Neural Therapy™ (BNT) is a natural treatment for ADHD and dyslexia that helps them to find their greatness. They learn about themselves and their unique gifts. They discover how they fit


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


Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Four

In our previous blogs, we’ve discussed reasons why dyslexia is so misunderstood and it’s so difficult to find help for your child with dyslexia. Much of the problem stems from not looking at the whole child when exploring learning difficulties. We discussed dyslexia using the analogy of a tree—the leaves, the branches, and the trunk. Level Four: Roots, Trunk, Branches, and Leaves The fourth layer includes the trunk, branches, and leaves, and adds the nourishment of the tree that comes from the soil, the roots, and the growing conditions. This holistic fourth level brings them all together to show how


Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Three

In the last blog, we used our tree analogy to discuss the second level of understanding and reversing dyslexia. We’ve already discussed the leaves (the words) and we added the branches: the eyes that see the words, the ears that hear the words, and the head and neck that support and protect both eyes and ears. We asked why the eyes and ears have a problem with words, and we discussed therapies that help those sensory organs to function better and help reverse dyslexia. At the next level, we add the trunk to the leaves and branches, considering the body


Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Two

In the last blog, we asked why dyslexia is so misunderstood and mishandled today. We discussed dyslexia research and the most basic definition of dyslexia, which is experiencing trouble with the written word. We used the analogy of a tree to discuss the simplest and lowest level, the leaves, which correlate to the written words we see on a computer screen or page of a book. A child with dyslexia is unable to make sense of those words, and the typical explanations of dyslexia are too simplistic. Let’s take the next level of our tree and talk about how your


20 Expert Quotes about Living with and Reversing Dyslexia, Part 2

I had so much fun collecting the expert quotes on dyslexia that I ended up with more than I needed for one blog post. Please enjoy this next batch of quotations from experts. Some of these I keep in mind when I’m working with children with dyslexia. Others inspire me to continue my work to reverse dyslexia. I hope you enjoy these quotes, whether they are positive and upbeat, or a bit on the sad or negative side. Many children with dyslexia experience both emotional extremes in the span of a few minutes. And some experts are a bit frustrated