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Introduction to Prescott Brain Integration with Lynn Leu PhD and Laura Fields:

Crossinology’s Brain Integration Technique (BIT) is an extraordinarily effective way of reliably and permanently correcting the neuro-pathway blockages in the brain that can be the root cause of such problems as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and the debilitating effects of PTSD and certain head injuries. Brain Integration Technique takes 12 hours and is a permanent, drug-free, non-invasive solution that affects not just academic performance but all aspects of life.
 

 
 

Prescott Brain Integration with Laura Fields and Joell Gall – Child with Emotional Control Issues:

Laura Fields with Prescott Brain Integration speaks with Joell Gall about her young son who struggled with emotional control and how Brain Integration Technique resolved his issues and returned him to being a happy little boy.
 

 
 

Prescott Brain Integration with Lynn Leu PhD and Trisha Anderson – Adult ADD:

Lynn Leu with Prescott Brain Integration talks with Trisha Anderson about how Brain Integration Technique resolved a lifetime of difficulty with ADD and enabled her to excel as she returns to college and in her work.
 

 
 

Prescott Brain Integration with Lynn Leu PhD and Deanne Clark – 20-Year Disabled Veteran, US Navy:

Lynn Leu with Prescott Brain Integration interviews US Navy disabled veteran Deanne Clark about how Brain Integration Technique has resolved several of her long-term difficulties with anger management, PTSD, and “living in a cloud.”
 

 
 

Isaac’s story, before and after Brain Integration Technique

 
 

Charles Krebs about his work:

Charles Krebs, PhD in Biology and Physiology, was a key member of the team that developed the Brain Integration Technique protocol. Susan McCrossin, our teacher, was also a key member of this team. What Charles talks about as LEAP, the Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program, is based on the same work as BIT. We have included his 25 minute video here because he provides a more in-depth look at some of the science behind BIT, as well as a personal story we find fascinating.