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MAR 24 - MAR 31, 2015

Free Seminar for Parents of Children With Behavioral Diagnosis; NT Workshop Offers Hope for Getting Children Off Psychiatric Drugs

March 24, 2015

Have you tried everything you know and don't know where to turn?

Help may be on the way.

On Thursday, April 30, 2015, at 6–8 pm at the Niagara Wheatfield Community Center

2790 Church Road , North Tonawanda a free workshop in children's behavior modification will teach the "Nurtured Heart Approach" - a set of core methodologies created by Howard Glasser of the Children's Success Foundation and best selling author of "Transforming the Difficult Child," and seven other books, four of which are on's top one percent in sales.

The Nurtured Heart Approach uses Glasser's teachings through a "social emotional strategy " to help prevent children from relying on psychiatric medications, stressing a relationship-based method for building "Inner Wealth" in children and "helping challenging children use their intensity successfully."

The North Tonawanda workshop - which is geared for families, educators, and child advocates -aims to show adults how to channel a child's intensity in creative andconstructive ways. It will aim to facilitate parenting and classroom success to aid all children, but especially those with behavioral diagnosis such as ADHD, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and Reactive Attachment Disorder – and without the need for medications or long-term treatment.

Its sponsors say it is "a powerful tool that will transform a difficult child and build you up as a family member or professional. Participants will walk away with strategies and tools to increase success in all areas of life!"

It is free to attend. Reservations are recommended. To RSVP call (716) 332-4170 or email

"All classes of psychiatric drugs can cause brain damage and lasting mental dysfunction when used for months or years. Although research data is lacking for a few individual drugs in each class, until proven otherwise it is prudent and safest to assume that the risks of brain damage and permanent mental dys- function apply to every single psychiatric drug." — Peter Breggin, psychiatrist





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