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Rhythmic Movement Training, A Holistic Approach to Neuro-Development

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Rhythmic Movement Training: An Holistic Approach to Neurodevelopment Via the Integration of Primitive Reflexes For Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism, & Other Conditions

If we compare the behavior of a two-year old with that of a child given an ADHD diagnosis, the similarity is striking. 

For more than two decades, Dr. Harald Blomberg, Swedish psychiatrist and founder of Rhythmic Movement Training, which mimics early movement patterns, has been using RMT successfully with those diagnosed with ADHD, as well as dyslexia and autism. Dr. Blomberg and other practitioners have also found RMT to be helpful in improving speech and motor, emotional, and cognitive functioning. In July, Dr. Blomberg will be coming to the United States to share this exciting and foundational approach.

Lisbeth K. Justice, Ph.D. School of Foundations, Leadership & Administration

Kent State University Phone: (330) 672-2012(330) 673-5839
Fax: (330) 672-3063  E-mail: lkjusti1@kent.edu

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