Professional Primitive Reflex Integration- Children and Adult Exercises-2 hr Course

See the difference in your patient or student! Everything you need to know to do primitive reflex integration exercises with children and adults.

My heart knew there was more....

Deep in my heart, I knew there was more I could be doing for children who struggle with learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, and sensory issues. My journey led me to the discovery of primitive reflex integration, which complemented the interventions I was already applying with my own children. I decided to give it a try and noticed marked improvements right away, propelling me into years of dedicated research into the most effective strategies in this field.

Eventually, my path crossed with Dr. Robert Melillo’s work, whose online training captivated me with its depth and practicality. With over 27 years of clinical experience, Dr. Melillo has integrated primitive reflex techniques into his practice. He shares his knowledge through international lectures and several best-selling books. Numerous case studies confirm that his approach has yielded significant improvements in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Dyslexia, Sensory Processing Disorder, and much more. His methods have undergone rigorous scrutiny at Harvard University and proven to have measurable improvement.

It is with great honor that I collaborate with Dr. Melillo in this training course. Together, we aim to equip you with the best exercises for integrating primitive reflexes.


According to specialists, most children who struggle with learning disabilities, behavioral and developmental disorders, or even social and on-going health problems have something in common—primitive reflexes that persist after their first year of life. We call these the “troublemakers.”

Specialists have discovered that children and adults who do the exercises to suppress these “troublemakers” often start showing more rapid improvements.

  • What are retained primitive reflexes?
  • How do they affect a person?
  • How do I assess primitive reflexes in children and adults?
  • What are the proper exercises to integrate them in children?
  • What are the five levels of exercise for adults?

Each of the above questions are answered in this simple, but informative video course on integrating primitive reflexes through simple exercises.

You will receive a certificate of completion for the two-hour course.


Dr. Robert Melillo

One of the most respected specialists in childhood neurological disorders in America, Dr. Robert Melillo has been helping children overcome learning disabilities for over 30 years. His areas of expertise include: autism spectrum disorders, PDD/NOS, ADD/ADHD, OCD, dyslexia, Asperger’s, Tourette’s, bipolar disorder, and other mental, attention, behavioral and learning disorders. He is also an expert in diet, nutrition and neuroimmune disorders in children and adults.

As a clinician for 30 years, a university professor, brain researcher, best-selling author, radio and TV host, his cutting-edge research and success with over a thousand children in his private program are what led to the creation of Brain Balance Achievement Centers. Dr. Melillo has a private practice now that helps adults and children with various learning disabilities. He is focused on addressing the primary issue in most learning disabilities and behavioral disorders which is known as a functional disconnection. Since he introduced this concept, functional disconnection has become one of the leading theories in the world related to Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and more. This work is leading the way toward understanding the underlying nature of these disorders and their causes.

Dr. Melillo is founder of and Author of several best selling books including Disconnected Kids, Re-Connected Kids, The Disconnected Kids Nutrition Plan and Autism.


Barbara Boss

Barbara is passionate about finding and publishing the most effective intervention exercises for parents, occupational therapists and special ed teachers. With over eight years of experience in applying interventions for children with disabilities and behavioral disorders, she has witnessed significant improvements in the lives of her own children and others. This success has fueled her advocacy for these techniques, driving her to conduct further research, test new methods, and share the most effective interventions she finds. Her goal is to reach as many people as possible with the latest and most enduring intervention strategies that yield tangible improvement for struggling children. Her motto is "Find the weakness... and strengthen it."

Barbara is co-founder of both and, and the founder of and author of Why Delbert Eats His Homework.



Lyla was a fantastic kid! She was full of energy. The problem was that it was so much energy that it was causing some real problems around the house. She couldn't be composed enough to say full organized sentences at the age of 3. It was more like disorganized, fast, gibberish. She couldn't tolerate snuggling or being held from the time she was a baby. She was too twitchy with adrenaline to relax. She was so hyper and impulsive that she couldn't keep friends.

She couldn't maintain eye contact. Furthermore, holding her attention long enough to make a Fruit Loop necklace was impossible. 'ADHD' was coming up in a lot of conversations about her.

Within three weeks after starting intervention exercises, Lyla finished her dinner one night and shocked me by saying 'Thank You for dinner. It was delicious' Really? Two full complete sentences with words in order and all.

Shortly after, at bed time one night, she grabbed her blankie and said 'I want to snuggle'. This was a major breakthrough. I had always wanted her to sit long enough to get a little snuggle time. Lyla truly sat there that night for about 20 minutes just snuggling. She asks for a snuggle almost every night since that day.

Lyla makes and holds eye contact now. Her impulse issues have greatly reduced. She even has playmates who want to stick around. She still has wonderful energy, but can keep it in check when she needs to. Primitive Reflex Exercises changed her life.

Dedicated to my sweet girl.


Nate was a young man, just out of high school. He had struggled his entire life with Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder and Overactive Sensory Stimulation. He had been in IEP programs for years, but was determined to graduate. After graduation, Nate learned about hemispheric stimulation and started doing them. The hemispheric stim, and Vision Therapy, were helping him a lot with reading, but he still struggled with Auditory and Sensory issues.

He tested and found that some of his primitive reflexes had not integrated as a baby. These Reflexes were well known for causing visual problems, auditory and language issues, reading issues and some of his physical problems with his hips, back, knees and gait which he had struggled with since he first started to walk.

Within a couple of months after starting the primitive reflex Integration Exercises, these other challenges started to improve. He noticed being able to understand and remember verbal instructions better. He noticed a big improvement in discerning one person's voice in a crowd and not being as sensitive to noisy rooms. He noticed his reading and comprehension improving. He even started buying books to read for enjoyment. This was a big leap. He used to avoid books and even avoid looking at open pages because they would make him feel nauseous.

Nate is 27 years old now and doing wonderfully. He is positive about his future and continues to work at self-improvement exercises. He is successful at his job and became an investor and part owner of Solve Learning Disabilities, LLC

Happy to have you aboard, Nate


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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Does it outline how often and how long to do the exercises?
Yes, it will give you the standard amount as well as tips for individual needs.
Does it show video examples of the exercises?
Yes, as part of the course, there are demonstration videos included.
Does the course include the printed material needed to do it?
Yes, the printables are an included download.
Can you do all of the exercises at once or sepratly?
You can do them all every day if your child can tolerate it. We include some suggestions to make it effective and fun.
What age should you be to make these beneficial?
We have done them as 'fun play' with children as young as 3 years old. They work best on school-age children, but have improved adults as well. .
How do I know if this course if right for my child?
These can benefit a typical child, but show greater benefit in children that have physical, neurological, learning or developmental struggles. If your gut feeling is that your patients have more potential than they have achieved, trust your gut. There is a good chance these can help them.
Are they dangerous?
Not at all in most children. They are simple movements of the body that develop motor control which, in turn, suppress the Reflexes. If your child has unique physical disabilities, such as, but not limited to, spinal or neck deformities. consult your physician before proceeding.
Are there side effects?
None that we have had reported. They are pretty simple exercises. It is more about muscle control and consistency than intensity.

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