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.