• Neuroplasticity , oybcs

Behavioral Difficulties
Although the brain was once seen as a rather static organ, it is now clear that the organization of brain circuitry is constantly changing as a function of experience. These changes are referred to as brain plasticity, and they are associated with functional changes that include phenomena such as memory and recovery of function. Recent research has shown that brain plasticity and behavior can be influenced by a myriad of factors allowing for a deeper understanding of how we can influence normal and abnormal behaviors during development. If your child has behavioral difficulties such as disruptive behaviors, aggression, depression, fits, disregard for instruction, and more. OYBC can help through non-invasive drug free therapies designed for your child to enjoy, understand, and improve.
http://medind.nic.in/icb/t05/i10/icbt05i10p855.pdf
https://www.psychologicalscience.org/journals/cd/12_1/kolb.cfm

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