We have brought together decades of experience in the fields of education, therapy and occupational strategies to create a neurosequential developmental model of brain integration work.
Leanna Rae, MSSW, CPLC, RMTi has taken the best practices in educational theory, brain integration, sensory processing and developmental movement to offer techniques and processes that calm the nervous system and develop the sensory motor skills that have been called the foundation for all future learning.
Maxine Haller, OTR/L, is a South African trained OT who came to the USA in 1996. She brings a unique perspective to Movement Based Interventions and OT because, along with being a diversely trained and well-seasoned therapist, she is the mother of an SPD child. She experienced such drastic changes implementing neuroplastic principles, first with her twice gifted son and then with her clientele. Her study of the governing principles and structures of neuroplasticity has shown that brain structures can be directly accessed and influenced through specific sensation and movement, and has resulted in the development of several interventions.
Brenda Laurent has worked with thousands of students helping them reach their full potential. She brings together the best of the best in brain training programs to create a learning pathway for children that brings them to peace and success.