How does one approach address so many ways that we struggle?
What makes our
Adult Program unique?
Any adult struggling with anxiety, focus, learning, coordination, speech, depression, insomnia, panic attacks, organization, confidence, social situations, autism, OCD, ADHD, ODD, PTSD, along with those curious how life becomes easier once the brain and nervous system work optimally
30 minutes daily to do the lower brain work and learn about the nervous system (staff can adjust that time for specific circumstances); another 10 minutes daily to review support materials
Weekly engaging videos, audio clips, infographics, and activities to change the nervous system and brain in your own home; ongoing feedback, support, and a 1:1 jumpstart video session with your class facilitator
I am 60. I have done the program and noted strong changes in my ability to handle stress, as well as improved cognitive performance. What an exciting concept . . . no matter our age, we can restore or complete our own brain development—and those gains are permanent. The miracles unfold as you change your brain.
Dr. Jeff Parker
Watch a preview of the
Adult Program’s materials and daily format
K-Lee Atwell-Stoltz (45 hours)
When I started Brain Highways, I was operating with about 35% of my lower brain developed. No wonder I was so easily stressed out and would yell. No wonder I was so overly clumsy and would trip on air when walking.
No wonder my coordination was so off. No wonder I was so easily distracted and had a hard time finishing things or would procrastinate. No wonder I would have mini panic attacks if a semi-truck drove too close to me, and no wonder I couldn’t seem to keep information in my head—even if I had just seen it or heard it.
David McMillan (200 hours)
In my late teenage years, my life began to grow hazy. The confusion set on slowly enough to deter a response, but by my early twenties, I was in its grips. My “alpha” personality seemed to help me in my professional life, but not in my personal life.
For too long, I was teetering on a razor’s edge of compensation, hardly aware of my exhaustion and its impact on my actions toward others. It wouldn’t be until I had distanced myself from the world, run myself ragged, and hurt someone very close to me that I would realize my callous and aggressive ways.
Jeffrey Shultz (30 hours)
"Something is wrong.” I often thought to myself as a child. But I could never clearly describe what was wrong. I could only feel it or sense it. I now know it all started with obsessive-compulsive fears at around the age of four or five. There was a toxic drip of fear in my mind that would manifest itself in fear of the kitchen oven blowing up or cars exploding or being electrocuted to death.
Holly Towkaniuk (50 hours)
I was originally looking for a way to help my daughter with her focus problems at school. But when I saw the Brain Highways website and watched the videos of the children, I saw myself. I was in tears because all my life I thought I was defective. For example, my brain would often freeze, and I would stare into space for minutes, actually more like hours.
Krystal Jackson (30 hours)
As a new mom and trying to run a business, things can get overwhelming in your brain, especially if your midbrain is underdeveloped. So many things to do, so little time, and you are caring for your new little one. The smallest tasks can seem like nothing else can be done and you don't even know where to start, well at least that is how it was in my brain.
Sometimes surprises are fun— and sometimes they blindside us.
That's why our Adult Program's "What You Need to Know" page spells out everything. (As a heads up, you'll be asked to confirm that you've read this page as part of the enrollment process.)