Malcolm’s mom

Malcolm was very depressed from the Ritalin. We knew we had to do something to change how he felt about himself, but still pay attention in class. We heard about Dr. Books and knew we had to give her a try. Malcolm has changed so much; he’s back to his loving self. But we don’t

Kathy Mikulic

It’s been about four months now, and his handwriting is better than when he was on medication. His attention at the cafeteria is remarkable. He sits and eats his meals without running around. If I have another hyper child, I will not drive forever and get Ritalin, but I will drive 6 hours a day

Catherine Curby

After the treatment I have found I am enjoying to sew and read. I have begun to read a novel and remember what I’ve been reading. Sewing is no longer frustrating. I don’t feel dumb any longer and I think that has improved my self-image and self-confidence.