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Posts on Child Development

Baby Moves

Babies (DVD): Culture has a profound influence on the developmental trajectory of infants. Although somewhat obvious, it is highly educational to observe how setting and attitudes define the opportunities for growing children. The documentary...

Babies are Scientists

Over the last 30 years it has come to be accepted that very small children have abstract, structured, coherent, causal representations of the world around them - representations that are similar to scientific theories. They use those...

Toe Walking

Toe walking is tightly correlated with Fight or Flight, where Moro, Fear Paralysis, Foot Tendon Guard, Perez, and Trunk Extension* exercises will all help to mature self regulation. It is the reflex most closely associated with the Triple...

Integrating Reflex Responses

When our automatic reflexes are working well, we rarely even notice. These extremely fast reactions happen much quicker than would be possible if we had to think through the best option for that circumstance, making reflexes incredibly useful...

Dyscalculia

Recent research in cognitive and developmental neuroscience is providing a new approach to the understanding of dyscalculia that emphasizes a core deficit in understanding sets and their numerosities, which is fundamental to all aspects of...

Vaccine Reactivity

Should we, or should we not vaccinate our kids? Even getting the flu shot is controversial. In working with Autistic children and kids with other challenges, time and again I run into parents who point to the time when they began to notice...

Digital Radiation

The migration from Analog to Digital wave forms (DWF) was the precipitating ever of our move into our wireless society. DWF pack vastly more information into the same space as Analog waves do. We are in essence, participating in a global...

BIT / Crossinology and Reflex Integration

When combining Brain Integration Technique / Crossinology with Reflex Integration it is best to tailor the reflex integrating exercises to the specific BIT corrections you are working on. For example, when working with the Amygdala, work...

BIT: Brain Integration Technique

Early childhood stressors profoundly affect how we process information. The strategy developing brains use to cope with stressful situations is to limit the amount of information they assimilate. The “Information Super Highway” of...

Emotions and The Body

Chronically painful muscles often have some form of emotional conflict as part of the root cause. Our bodies often will on one hand want to express an emotion or feeling, and on the other hand quickly jump in and inhibit that impulse. The...

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