Listen to short audios with lots of information.
Each audio addresses our course curriculum.
The Training Program is divided into three parts.
Parts 1 and 2 teach participants how to facilitate four different assessments. These screenings require no more than two to six minutes to facilitate, and (by design) people who are screened view the experience as interesting and enjoyable.
Parts 1 and 2 also teach course participants how to connect-the-dots during and after a screening. That way people can understand how incomplete lower brain development is directly linked to specific behaviors and performance.
Part 3 has a different focus.
Now, course participants learn how to apply knowledge of incomplete lower brain development when working with their students, clients, patients, and athletes. This then makes it possible to keep everyone in his or her cortex, thereby avoiding inadvertently triggering a primitive brain response when interacting with others.
The core training program also includes an extra section, Just for Teachers, to specifically help students with incomplete lower brain development shine in the classroom.
The Training Program does not include how to facilitate lasting changes in the brain.
When participants complete the Training Program, they’re able to facilitate incomplete lower brain development assessments, explain how incomplete lower brain development can adversely affect daily life, and help others understand which specific modifications are best to help such people. But, no, the Training Program does not teach participants how to facilitate lasting brain organization. That’s a completely different curriculum, which is the primary focus of our Family and Adult Programs.
In those specific programs, participants do learn how to organize their brain-but just for themselves-and that's with a lot of support and feedback from our Brain Highways staff. Since each brain is unique, it’s a completely different training to learn how to facilitate brain organization with many people of all ages. That’s why Brain Highways staff undergoes more than a year-long, hands-on supervised training, where they literally work with hundreds of people, before they are ready to facilitate brain organization for others.
Yet, Training Program participants are often the ones who lead the way to lasting brain organization.
Most people don’t leap from learning they have incomplete lower brain development to making a commitment to organize their brain right when they’re aware of this connection.
So, while participants of the Training Program do not facilitate lasting brain organization, they are able to give those they work with a glimpse of what life could be like if the brain were organized as intended. That’s because Training Program participants learn specific techniques that help people with incomplete lower brain development compensate more easily.
And then, it’s those experiences that often pique people’s interest to learn how life might be like that-all the time-without depending on others to make such accommodations. That’s when Training Program participants may choose to direct such people to our site to learn about specific programs that actually produce lasting changes.
Note that when clients, students, and patients do decide to organize their brain, prior Training Program participants consistently share the same observation. They’re amazed at how quickly such people start making huge, notable gains in ways that they (the professionals) measure progress.