Hope for People with Brain Disorders and Injuries

Our culture seems to be riddled with people experiencing alzheimers, ADD/ADHD, autism, and other disorders of the brain and nervous system. There seems to be few if any answers or people getting results. One of the few modalities getting results and giving us hope is BodyTalk, specifically results from The Family Hope Center.

The Family Hope Center (FHC) located in Pennsylvania has a team of Child Brain Developmentalists that help parents heal their children with special needs. The founder, Matt Newell, is a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner.

A statistic from their website:

Family Hope Center Receives Excellent Clinical Outcomes Score

An independent third party study verified that Family Hope Center children show remarkable gains over the national average.”

The FHC team understands that the brain has an incredible capacity to respond and improve with the correct stimulation. They knows that all hurt children, however mildly or profoundly injured, have the potential to be made well.

Hope is not limited to this one center, read another practitioners story:

Wanda Dobe, BodyTalk Practitioner, Australia (I love her phrasing!)

“There is a beautiful woman in our community who I often see on the ferry with one or more children with mental disabilities of varying degrees. She is a respite carer and looks after the children while their parents have time out.

One of these ‘children’ is a 16yr old who is usually in a helmet to protect his head from seizures, whom she just leads around by the hand. He cannot speak and has minimal interaction.

One day on the ferry with her permission I gave him a session which was brief but included hooking up all his five senses on both the physical and subtle levels.

Two days later I was amazed to see him walking slowly past our house, looking at everything, with his carer walking a bit behind him. She was overjoyed and so excited, exclaiming that he just “woke up”! She said he kept turning his head to hear sounds so she took him out for a walk. I am such a sook, I cried.

While BodyTalk practitioners have many testimonies regarding brain issues, one of the more significant ones is 6 of 10 patients coming out of a coma within 24 hours after having the Cortices healing technique done. Please take time to view the video of the founder, Dr John Veltheim, as he describes the Cortices technique.  https://www.bodytalksystem.com/videos/

While technology has developed helmets, seat belts for safety, we still have significant brain disorders and injuries from youth in sports, and elders falling.


•  Children aged 0 to 4 yrs, older adolescents aged 15 to 19 yrs, and adults aged 65 yrs and older are most likely to sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

•  Almost half a million emergency department visits for TBI are made annually by children aged 0 to 14 yrs.

•  Adults aged 75 yrs and older have the highest rates of TBI-related hospitalization and death.


By doing the Cortices technique daily, people may be more clear headed and conscious of their body and mind connection, eliminating potential injuries.

As we know daily life for an injured person and the caregiver can create an extraordinary amount of physical, emotional and mental stress that accumulate in the body. These create barriers to the movement of energy, circulation and nerve supply and therefore, negatively affect one’s health. Yuck!

Relief, and hope come when you learn and practice the five techniques you learn in the BodyTalk Access class.

bt session
Linking the Reciprocals in a BodyTalk Session

So to bring this back to Louisville, BodyTalk Access training is available in Louisville this weekend.You can learn some of the techniques the Family of Hope Center is using with their clients.

Friday night you have the opportunity to attend a public presentation about The BodyTalk System and Saturday is the BodyTalk Access Seminar.

My life was changed with BodyTalk and I want to share the excitement, wonder, and hope with you.


thanks for tuning in,

Mollie Yunker
Certified BodyTalk Practitioner