Intelligence Integration is a unique, holistic, and drug-free process that enables children and adults to improve or completely resolve a variety of learning, concentration, and behavioral difficulties. The entire program is comprised of two modules: an evaluation, which is focused specifically on the degree of coordination present in a person’s motor and sensory systems — followed by a physical training program that typically takes between 3 and 6 months to complete.
There are three main principles involved in the process of Intelligence Integration:
- Learning, behavior, and concentration occur as a result of how the body does (or does not) function.
- The body has the ability to develop the brain’s neural networks through physical practice.
- Better neural networks allow for better overall functioning.
If the evaluator finds the cause of the person’s difficulty, in the way the person’s motor or sensory systems function, he/she will then build a physical training program tailored to that person’s specific difficulties.
At home and with a practitioner, the person performs exercises which develop neural networks via repetition and improve the individual’s functional abilities. Given the nature of connectivity in the brain, these improvements create several interrelated successes such as better organization, more focus, and increased self-esteem, just to name a few.
It is precisely through the above processes that the individual succeeds in improving or completely resolving his/her learning, concentration, or behavioral difficulty.
Author and founder Moshe Elbaum.