Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) is a hands-on technique that reconnects neural pathways in the brain that have shut down under stress. Using Applied Kinesiology, or muscle monitoring, BIT works to identify and correct all areas within the brain that are operating inefficiently, with NO drugs or surgery. By opening blocked neural pathways for optimum brain function, BIT actually changes the electromagnetic flow of information in the brain.
BIT helps people from all backgrounds and demographics to experience less stress in their lives and respond to stress better when it arises. It is particularly helpful for those with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, concussions, autistic spectrum disorders, and brain injuries. BIT is also useful for those with physical coordination issues and muscle weakness. At Boston Brain Integration, Elizabeth is particularly adept at helping people suffering from PTSD, anxiety, grief, and emotional issues.
Elizabeth McIntire’s own experience with Brain Integration provided the impetus for her career as a BIT practitioner. Elizabeth studied Brain Integration with BIT developer, Susan McCrossin, and she has been working in the field since November 2009. Elizabeth has also studied the Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program (LEAP) with the founder and developer of this work, Dr. Charles Krebs, Integrated Healing with Mathilda van Dyk, and MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration with Tawni Lawrence. Elizabeth holds a B.A. from Smith College and M.M. from New England Conservatory.