The recently launched workshop helps parents to understand the origin of what is causing their child’s behavioral tendencies. It teaches effective and easy-to-implement exercises to promote brain development and create permanent behavioral improvements.
‘How To Naturally Improve Your Child’s Learning And Behavioral Challenges” can be accessed at https://www.bit.ly/BrainworxWorkshopAMP
The workshop techniques were developed by Alma Galvin – a Neural Reorganization (NR) practitioner, and parent of two children diagnosed with learning and behavioral challenges. With the launch, she shares a first-hand account of how they helped in her own children’s behavior management.
According to the CDC, the rate of US children diagnosed with Autism has been increasing over the past 2 decades. It is currently estimated that 1 in 44 children aged 8 has Autism. The number of children diagnosed with ADHD increased by 42% since 2008 and currently stands at approximately 6.4 million children in America.
Early diagnosis and intervention support healthy daily functioning and wellbeing. This is because young children’s brains can change more quickly, leading to the faster uptake of positive habits and routines. BrainWorx programs focus on re-organizing the brain through scientifically proven techniques to manage big emotions and promote greater calm and self-regulation.
Exercises taught in the workshop include the stimulation of acupressure points and movement techniques to calm the fight or flight response that sets in during meltdowns and stress. They promote emotional regulation, focus, and concentration. The exercises are easily guided and simple to perform. So, parents can both practice them for themselves and teach them to their kids.
Workshop viewers can attend a 60-minute personalized session with BrainWorx. The organization runs additional programs for children, families, adults, and teachers. These include a 5-day Calm and Focused Toolbox training and the BrainWorx Advanced Program.
BrainWorx is a non-profit educational organization founded by Alma Galvan and Bob Dietrich. It is committed to delivering educational programs to help children and adults overcome behavioral and learning differences through the BrainWorx Method.
For over 20 years, workshop facilitator Alma Galvin has helped children and families accomplish the same results that she did with her own children. Public speaker and host Bob Dietrich was inspired to join the BrainWorx mission through his experience of having a parent with ADHD.
A clinician said: “BrainWorx is the most integrative, functional, supportive program that I have experienced in my 40 years as a psychologist, educator, and clinician. Every person that I have known to have participated in it, has gained enormously.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.bit.ly/BrainworxWorkshopAMP
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