ENVISIONS THIS: Helping people’s brains to heal themselves.
We welcome Lynette Louise, author of The WingMaker, healer, and counselor of families dealing with members on the Autism spectrum or other debilitating childhood conditions. She blends personal and family experience with professional knowledge in a beautiful way as she advocates for the use of neurofeedback not just to help the autistic child but also the rest of the family.
Neurofeedback is a non-invasive therapy that guides the brain to establish healthy balance. Lynette uses it in conjunction with intensive bonding between the healer and the healed, play therapy, and deep regard for the role and wisdom of the parents.
In The WingMaker, a true story from Lynette’s practice, Reazon has Cerebral Palsy and has spent her life in a wheelchair, surrounded by siblings that play while her mother works. Her dream is to play and be “normal” so that her mother won’t have to work so hard. Happy-Ness arrives and teaches the art of play and biofeedback for the brain so that Reazon might get her wish.
We found it such an inspiring short book on leading a severely handicapped child toward self-healing that we will ask Lynette to read it over the air and comment on it. It gently leads practitioners toward an understanding that the client is ultimately the true “Wing Maker.” It inspires our understanding of just how miraculous self-healing instrument the human body and brain can be when lovingly, receptively guided.
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