Imagine, your child being bright eyed and happy to sit down and have a meal with you. Or being able to get out the door in the morning without a meltdown. Or a day without tears and worry where you can actually think for a few minutes about happy moments. After all this time, you just about have given up hope. But wait, there is another way and it can turn things around for your child and family.
The Principal Called Me To Not Tell Me That Joe Had Been Suspended, But That He Was Nominated For ‘Most Improved Student’
Joe was that kid. You know the one that no one wanted to sit next to at lunch, that was always in trouble for not listening and, oh was he impulsive. His parents took him to the therapists that worked with “difficult kids” and they did their therapist assigned homework and things would get better for a moment but nothing stuck. They had tried every combination of ADHD meds with nothing changing except Joe got super cranky. “Maybe you should send him to boarding school” friends and relatives would suggest oh so subtly. Then after hearing Dr. Roseann on a podcast, Joe’s parents decided to try another solution – Neurofeedback. Things were so bad for Joe with his poor grades, no friends, and he wasn’t speaking to his family anymore, that his parent’s knew they had to do something different. Joe began neurofeedback, psychotherapy, and made some nutritional changes and within a few weeks, Joe began to awaken from a long slumber. He actually looked his parents in the eyes when he spoke and his words made sense. There was no longer a, “Huh?” when his parents called his name or asked him to do something. He could process and react differently to what he heard. During the two weeks, he learned about executive functioning and how his brain best learned so when he came back to school, Joe was able to jump in and get work done. Joe grew in many ways but it was the first time he was able to turn in homework without nagging and was getting consistently decent grades. His parents weren’t the only people to notice. One day the school called and when the number flashed across the caller ID, Joe’s mom’s heart sank into her stomach. To her surprise, Mr. Abbott announced, “You should be proud because Joe is the most improved student this quarter”. Pride, hopefulness, and relief were feelings that she couldn’t be more grateful for.
And even if your story doesn't look exactly like Joe’s, we've helped thousands of families break free from anxiety, mood issues, extreme behaviors, focus problems, traumatic events, chronic health issues such as PANS/PANDAS and Lyme like these families.