Children Exposed to Stress Suffer Profound Impact

Brain Balance Southlake announces the next topic in their educational series, “Reducing Your Child’s Exposure To Stress In the Family.” The educational seminars address the needs of educators and parents who have children with learning disabilities and/or neurological disorders.

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Brain Balance Southlake

“...Parents have questions answered such as, ‘why can’t my child get themselves ready in the morning?’ and ‘why does it take them hours to do a simple homework assignment?’ Parents feel the weight of the unknown taken off their shoulders..."

Southlake, TX (PRWEB) April 19, 2013

Brain Balance Southlake announces the next topic in their educational series, “Reducing Your Child’s Exposure To Stress In the Family.” The educational seminars address the needs of educators and parents who have children with learning disabilities and/or neurological disorders.

Parents and educators may not fully realize exactly how much of the everyday environment a child is absorbing. The effects of stress on a child begin before birth and it is important to recognize the details that play into a child’s everyday environment.

This lecture is focused on how stress affects children and ways to create a stress-free home and school environment. Effective methods of encouraging stress management techniques will also be discussed.

When asked about what she encounters most often, Katie Milam, Brain Balance Southlake Director, responded, “Parents often come into my office and discover the underlying reason for their child’s stress. Parents have questions answered such as, ‘why can’t my child get themselves ready in the morning?’ and ‘why does it take them hours to do a simple homework assignment?’ Parents feel the weight of the unknown taken off their shoulders when they see the world through their child’s eyes.”

The webinar focuses on revealing the root of stress, the triggers and how stress both at home and in school can be recognized and diminished. Key coping strategies that can be implemented are integrated into topics such as “Creating a Stress-free home,”
“Reducing Stress at School” and “Encouraging Stress Management Techniques.”

The Brain Balance program is an individualized and comprehensive holistic approach to helping children with neurobehavioral and learning difficulties surmount their unique challenges. This non-medical program has been successful in helping thousands of kids reach their physical, social/behavioral health and academic potential. We work with children who suffer with ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Tourette’s, Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Brain Balance Southlake provides a comfortable and encouraging environment for both parent and child. Their staff offers expert consultation, assistance with seeking out resources, as well as honest feedback about your child’s progression. Brain Balance in Southlake provides a safe and friendly atmosphere where it is okay to make mistakes and there are no preconceived notions or limits placed on potential.

The webinar will be broadcast April 25 from 12:00-1:00 PM. Brain Balance Southlake encourages parents and educators to tune into the webinar and learn more about stress and its vast effects on children. “If we are aware of its presence then we can work together to reduce stress and in turn allow our children to be happier and healthier.”

Parents and educators can also find the latest research and most innovative approaches concerning learning and neurological disabilities at http://www.brainbalancedfw.wordpress.com. For login information for this webinar or a full lecture schedule contact their office at 817-416-9828, 100 West Southlake Blvd, Suite 160, Southlake, TX 76092 or email brainbalancesouthlake(at)gmail(dot)com.


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