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Primitive Reflexes & Their Effect on Nuerodevelopmental Disorders, Anxiety and Depression

  • 03/08/2019
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • The Omaha Bakery 608 S 72nd St, Omaha, NE 68114

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Primitive Reflexes & Their Effect on Nuerodevelopmental Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression

Attendees of this Lunch & Learn will gain an understanding of retained infant (primitive) reflexes in depth. Attendees will also understand how primitive reflexes affect nearly all kids and adults with various diagnoses. These diagnoses include developmental delays, ADHD, OCD, Tourettes, Dyslexia and school issues in general (reading comprehesion, ability to sit still, focus, behave normal in social situations, etc), anxiety, and depression.

If you or your child have primitive reflexes your brain will not reach it's peak potential. One example is the flight or fight primitive reflex. Attendees will understand how an individual's health is affected by the body being in a chronic flight or fight state (gas pedal). Dr. Stinn will discuss way you can stimulate the Vagus Nerve and bring your body out of that flight or fight state to promote growth and healing in the body.

Dr. Stephen Stinn is a doctor of Chiropractic since 2016. He has 120 plus hours of upper cervical chiropractic studies and Pediatric Functional Neurology.

Lunch & Learn

March 8, 2019

The Omaha Bakery 608 South 72nd Street, Omaha, NE 68114

Registration will be from 10:45am-11am

Lunch & Learn from 11am- 12:30pm

Lunch will be served around Noon.


This program meets the criteria of an approved continuing education program for mental health practice for 1.5 CEU

APPT Member Rate: $30

APPT Non-Member Rate: $40

Webinar:

APPT Member Rate: $30

APPT Non-Member Rate: $40


Webinar option Please sign up under the webinar option available. The webinar option will close on October 11th at 5pm.

Once your webinar registration is paid, and prior to the event, you will receive an email with an invitation and handouts. Please let Kristan at appt.ne@gmail.com know if you have any questions.


****Event registration grants permission and consent for participants to be photographed, waves privacy rights, and may be posted on social media****


Cancellation Policy For APPT

Contact Kristan Kiger by 5pm on 3/4/19, you can receive a credit to be used for a future event or your membership dues.  Credits will not be given after 5pm on 3/4/19.

402-370-6898

appt.ne@gmail.com

ADA Needs

We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs or concerns. Please contact Kristan Kiger at 402-370-6898 or appt.ne@gmail.com ahead of the event.


Log onto www.PrivatePractice.org to register or click the link attached to your email.


APPT is a resource organization for mental health therapists in Nebraska.
P.O. Box 45397 - Omaha, NE 68145

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Email our Administrative Assistant - Kristan Kiger


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