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Helping Kids & Adults with ADHD, Focus, Anxiety, and More.

Delta Genesis is a non-medical program for people with ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Learning Disabilities, and other neuro-developmental disorders. We use the principles of functional neurology to understand which areas of the adult or child brain are not functioning properly, and then develop a customized program to strengthen and restore those networks in the brain.

We can help with Focus, Behavior, Sensory Sensitivities, Anxiety, Emotional Regulation, Depression, Tics, Reading & Math, Social Skills, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, SPD, ODD, OCD, Bedwetting, Handwriting, Chewing on stuff, Fidgeting, Dyslexia, and more.

Get started on your medication-free system:

1. Schedule a Consultation

First, let’s make sure that you qualify for our programs. Our consultations are totally free, and we’ll find a time that works best for your schedule

2. Test The Brain

Our assessments are necessary, so that we can create their Customized System

3. Begin Your Customized System

We’re your team and we will be here to support you through the entire process.

““I read with [client] this afternoon and I was impressed with his progress! In the past he would skip, reverse, and repeat words so often it was difficult to follow. Today he was a very close match to the printed text.””

— Ms. G, teacher of a 10 y.o. with ADHD

What We Know –

Delta Genesis blog articles on Focus, Emotional, Behavioral, and Learning issues.

Revolutionize The Temper Tantrums

Revolutionize The Temper Tantrums

As with everything, there is a balance. Children need to have the freedom to feel and the freedom to fail emotionally. But they also need to learn to regulate their own emotions and their own behavior. There are several things to think about before we talk about actually calming a tantruming child.

5 Proven Ways to Encourage Your Picky Eater

5 Proven Ways to Encourage Your Picky Eater

One day, they will get it. I’ll wake up and they will have this appreciation for health and wellness! They will be faced with hard choices on what they put in their mouths when they are hungry or bored and when they are sad and wanting comfort.

Maybe, just maybe, I will be the voice in their head to help them become healthy adults who want to take care of themselves.

Lock It Up

Lock It Up

One is that it gives them an excuse to be obedient. Often times a kiddo can’t simply stop themselves from playing or fighting or whatever, but they really want to. They just don’t know how. They’re kids! This gives them a safe way to disengage whatever they’re doing and engage with you, the person they look to for guidance.

Baby it’s Cold Outside

Baby it’s Cold Outside

…Imagine having an itch all day long that you just aren’t allowed to scratch. You just have to sit there all day, suffering, unable to focus, pay attention, or engage with others because that feeling is driving you absolutely insane. It’s distracting, uncomfortable, and makes you never ever want to be in that situation again. That’s how these kids feel in their clothes that they complain about. So it’s okay to let them off the hook…

Who’s the Boss – Gut or Brain?

Who’s the Boss – Gut or Brain?

…So what’s the big takeaway here? If you are having digestive problems, don’t just look at your stomach for answers. It is vitally important that you look at the overall picture of your life and determine if you have a potential brain imbalance that has lead, over time, to an imbalance in your digestion of complex proteins, such as gluten or casein, or a sensitivity to soy, or even high fructose corn syrup…

Respect, Trust, & Obedience

Respect, Trust, & Obedience

…The short answer is this: Kids are innately rebellious and, simultaneously, hard-wired for obedience. They WANT a structure that helps them choose to obey and receive the rewards and positive consequences associated with their good behavior. But they are not born with the innate ability to create that structure. We, as parents, have to provide that for them…