Brain Highways Family Program Section Summary


Click on the “Brain Pic” to learn what’s in the Family Program section.

Our Brain Pics are a simple way to quickly glean lots of information. 


Listen to short audios with lots of information. 

Each audio addresses a Family Program theme.



To our knowledge, we’re the only program that does all of the following.

brain highways participants enjoy proprioception in the family onsite program


Families acquire incredible information about the brain.

We present entertaining videos, audio clips, handouts, games, and activities that make it fun and easy for everyone to learn how to complete their lower brain development, as well as how the brain actually works.


For no extra charge, parents also organize their own brain.

In one swoop, this component dispels kids’ fear that they need to organize their brain because “something is wrong with them.” (After all, Mom or Dad or both are doing the same work.) So, as parents learn how to facilitate their child’s brain organization, they’re concurrently improving their own brain’s efficiency—making this a win-win for all.


Families learn specific, concrete ways to create an energized, positive brain.

It’s exciting to discover we have the power to shift from a surviving brain to thriving one and to create the kind of brain we’d like to have.


Families learn how to end automated, unwelcome reactions.

There’s a downside to neuroplasticity: Our brain is just as willing to create unhelpful neural connections as helpful ones. That means if we repeat a behavior (e.g. whining, yelling, negative-self talk, glaring, clinging, etc.) enough times, we’ve now wired our brain to automatically respond that way. Fortunately, we can apply the same principles of neuroplasticity to disable such neural networks.


Families ensure their subconscious mind is in sync with their conscious mind.

It turns out that we operate 95% of the time from our subconscious mind. Yikes. That means we truly do need to address how our subconscious and conscious minds can work together. 




Read blog posts written by both parents and kids.

A 4-Year-Old Proves the Brain Can Change

Jin first shares her skepticism and then her amazement as she describes her son’s improvements after just 18 hours of organizing his brain—and then writes, again, an update after he had completed 125 hours.  Read the blog

How a Mom and Son Changed Their Brains, Week by Week

Kathy shares her log of how both she and her son experienced improvements throughout the pons course. Read the post

Expect the Unexpected with Brain Organization

Each week, Heidi and her family crossed the Mexican border to attend classes at the San Diego Brain Highways Center. Here, she writes about the many huge changes they all experienced after clocking just 24 hours of the physical brain work. Read the post

Brain Highways

Rebekah, our youngest guest blogger, shares her perception of her first visit at the Brain Highways Center—and then what she thinks after she has been experiencing brain organization, first-hand. Read the post




Participants review materials before enrolling in the Family Program.

The Onsite Family Program Introduction page includes menu links to learn specific information about this program. At the end of that menu, you’ll find the onsite Family Program Enrollment Information link.

The Online Family Program Introduction page includes menu links to learn specific information about this program. At the end of that menu, you’ll find the online Family Program Enrollment Information link.




The Brain Highways program has earned the respect of both parents and professionals. Its noninvasive approach often helps children move forward in ways that were not previously perceived possible.

Dr. Diane Bedrosian