Brain Integration can help with ADD/ADHD dyslexia memory spelling reading learning difficulties balance coordination injury rehab focus foggy brain finishing projects emotional regulation

BIT1 and BIT2

BIT 1 is the academic and bookwork aspect of BIT. This introduction to neuroscience and learning theory has both depth and breadth.  This is the class where you learn the exact protocol for specific learning difficulties. After this class, students should be practicing the work in case studies which is where the bulk of the learning is.

BIT 2, although it is a repeat of BIT 1, is an entirely different class.  This is the class where the connections between wiring and function become more obvious and the student starts to understand the complexity of the protocol, while addressing quality of life in addition to academics and performance based intelligence. Not only do student garner a deep and systematic approach to rewiring the brain, they help their colleagues taking BIT 1 to understand and assimilate the material.

BIT 1 –  10 days – $3,850

BIT 1 is a two-week class with the weekend off.  In this class you learn the full BIT protocol which is designed to alleviate ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia.  You are then free to take BIT 2.

In this class, you learn to address specific areas of the brain for function including:

The BIT1 Protocol includes testing the new function using the tests from the Weschler Intelligence Scale (WISC).  The full protocol technique takes roughly 12 hours to complete on most clients.

BIT 2 – 10 days – $1,925

BIT 2 is a two-week class with the weekend off. This is a repeat of BIT 1 with other units for more efficient practices, advanced learning concepts and client management.

You are required to submit 10 completed case studies for this class.  Once you have taken BIT 2 and successfully submitted the case studies, you can be certified to be a BIT Practitioner.

To become a certified BIT practitioner you must take the BIT class twice.  The two levels are named BIT 1 and BIT 2.


In order to proceed to BIT 1, you need to:

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