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Applied Kinesiology, What Can It Do For You?

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Linda Gross, Ed. M., a state certified reading specialist with over 20 years of experience in education, runs her own practice for children and adults with learning disabilities, ADD, and dyslexia.  She uses language based, multi-sensory and computer- assisted programs to teach students, young and old, how to read.  In addition to helping adults and children alike to overcome ADD and ADHD, she also helps others who just want to learn how to attend, focus and improve memory.  Linda has a BA and Ed.M. in Reading Psychology from Temple University.  She has extensive training in Orton-Gillingham programs that are designed for dyslexics. She also uses applied kinesiology, specifically Crossinology (a Registered Trademark) or B.I.T. (Brain Integration Technique) to help those with ADD, dyslexia and other learning disabilities to learn with ease and confidence. Linda does this by balancing energy to activate and link communications between the Gestalt (creative) and logic side of the brain.  This enables those with learning difficulties or anyone who just want better focus and clarity to easily take in, understand, and retain information - erasing the day to day frustrations of learning and living.

In order to make sense of all this Shirley Gutkowski will discuss  what a session with Linda might look like and  highlights from some of Linda's most interesting and successful cases.

Linda can help most people in an average of twelve hours and many fly in for her services.     

Find out more about Linda at www.lindagrossedm.com and listen in today to learn how you can improve your life with  Applied Kinesiology - BIT.

Host: Shirley Gutkowski

Producer: Laurie Samuels

 

 

 

 

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