Autisms Many Facets Recovery through Sequential Homeopathy by Presenter Lindyl Lanham, DSH-P, BS Spec Ed and Cindy L. Griffin, DSH-P, DIHom., BME

On August 28, 2009, 2:13 am

Many autistic behaviors stem from specific causes, such as parasites, high bacterial and viral loads, yeast, etc. Drawing from many different clients' stories, we will demonstrate how a complex, multi-method sequential homeopathic approach can greatly improve many of the stereotypical behaviors within the autism umbrella with cause-based and/or specific support approaches. These include: OCD/PANDAS, scripting, gut pain, apraxia, dyspraxia, endocrine or hormonal imbalances, behaviors attributable to "yeast" and dysbiosis, etc. Examples will include test result changes, subjective improvements, and even loss of autism diagnosis.

Lindyl Lanham, DSH-P, BS Spec Ed began working with autistic, deaf and blind children in 1972 at the Texas School for the Blind's Deaf Blind Annex, then went on to a successful career as an award-winning teacher of visually and multiply challenged children. After her second son was diagnosed with profound learning disabilities, later attributed to Tourette Syndrome (now recovered and a college senior), she homeschooled and found as many alternative answers to her son's issues as possible, finally recovering him with homeopathy and NACD. She began her private homeopathic practice in 2002, and in 2003, became co-owner of Homeopathy Center of Houston. She has focused ever since on recovering children from autism, as the prime mover in development of the Houston Homeopathic Method for Autism.

Cindy L. Griffin, DSH-P, DIHom., BME began her private homeopathic practice in 1998, and founded Houston School of Homeopathy in 2001 as a means of teaching an all-encompassing, complex multi-disciplinary homeopathic approach, which is still unique to the Houston School and Center. In 2003 she and Lindyl Lanham joined to create Homeopathy Center of Houston as a general homeopathic practice, with a focus on autism spectrum disorders. Since then, the practice has grown to include 3 other practitioners, and worldwide renown for dedication to "thinking outside the box" in order to recover children from autism. Cindy continues to practice, research, write and teach about complex homeopathic approaches to autism.

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