Brain Integration Technique
Susan McCrossin, AP
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Welcome to Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT), a revolutionary stress management process that permanently improves the flow of information in the brain in less than ten hours, with no drugs or surgery.
Now in 136 locations this relaxing, non-invasive therapy has been shown to:
Crossinology BIT is a proven method, backed by research including a 64-point electrode study. Most treatments involve medication, giving on-going exercises to do indefinitely, purely removing emotional stress, or changing the format of how material is presented to the student. The work we do actually changes the functioning of the brain. We do not engage in the prescription or recommendation of any pharmaceuticals, supplements or devices.
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About Susan J McCrossin, AP
Susan J McCrossin, AP, developed BIT in 1988. She has advanced degrees in Neuroscience and Psychology from Swinburne University in Melbourne Australia. She also received a Diploma in Applied Physiology from the International Institute in Arizona. Susan has researched and written many articles on brain integration and learning disabilities, and has trained hundreds of practitioners in Europe and Australia. In October 2004 she was a keynote speaker for the Aspen Center for Integrative Health at the Aspen Institute in Colorado.
Susan heads a center for therapy and training in brain integration, the Learning Enhancement Center (LEC), in Boulder, CO. The Learning Enhancement Center works in conjunction with teachers, tutors, psychologists and health professionals. BIT specifically relieves stress as it affects aptitude, resilience and performance.