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Dr. Jennifer Bahr– Dr. Jenn Bahr is a licensed naturopathic doctor who is passionate about helping promote healthy families with sustainable, patient-centered care.  She welcomes all patients, but specializes in pediatrics.  With expertise in nutrition, homeopathy, environmental and plant-based medicines, it is her goal to help take the weight of the world off of small shoulders.  Dr. Bahr is among a small group of licensed naturopathic doctors that focuses on child and adolescent mental and behavioral health.

Parents Active for Vision Education (P.A.V.E.) is a national non-profit education, resource and support organization whose mission is to raise public awareness of the crucial relationship between vision and achievement.  Attentional and behavioral issues are also seen in both children and adults with learning-related visual problems, sensory integration dysfunction as well as with undiagnosed allergies or sensitivities to something they eat, drink or breathe.Indiana

The Feingold Association of the United States The Feingold Diet -An organization of families and professionals founded in 1976, The Feingold Association of the United States is dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary techniques for better behavior, learning and health, and to generating public awareness of the potential role of foods and synthetic additives in behavior, learning and health problems. It is a non-profit public charity chartered under section 501(C)3 of the Internal Revenue tax code.


Aloha Natural Healing Center LLCMargaret Rague ND – Aloha Natural Healing Center LLC (ANHC) is dedicated to treating its patients wholly with naturopathic medicine.  What this means is that no pharmaceutical drugs are used to heal the patient.  Modalities of treatment include botanical medicine, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, detoxification, nutrition, supplementation, counseling, exercise and craniosacral therapy.

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Dr. Peter Breggin – Peter R. Breggin, M.D. has been informing the professions, media and the public about the potential dangers of drugs, electroshock, psychosurgery, involuntary treatment, and the biological theories of psychiatry for over four decades.  Since 1964 Dr. Breggin has been publishing peer-reviewed articles and medical books in his subspecialty of clinical psychopharmacology.  

Throughout his career, Dr. Breggin has been especially concerned about the psychiatric abuse of children  and the failure to provide more effective solutions through improved parenting, educational reform and community resources.  GREAT LINKS CAN BE FOUND HERE REGARDING CHILDREN AND PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS AND LABELS.

North Carolina                                                                                                                        John Rosemond’s Traditional Parenting– John Rosemond is one of a handful of parenting experts who promote a truly traditional approach to raising children. John is a family psychologist with more than thirty-five years of experience working with parents to improve the quality of life in their families.


The Block Center-Dr. Mary Ann Block’s approach is to look for and treat, whenever possible, the underlying causes of health problems instead of covering the symptoms with drugs. She believes that every child deserves a thorough examination. She is the author of several books including No More Ritalin and No More ADHD.

Nourishing Journey –  Stephani McGirr recognizes that foods play a major role in behavioral and attention issues and focuses on nutrition to bring about positive change.  Stephani  works in partnership with parents to develop an alternative dietary plan that is compatible with the whole family and supports the family through the transition.

Wildest Colts Make the Best Horses Texans for Safe Education – Dr. John Breeding is a warm and caring psychologist. He offers an alternative perspective to the bio-psychiatric industry, and to the millions of psychotropic prescriptions written for children and adults. John is the author of several book including Wildest Colts Make the Best Horses and True Nature and Great Misunderstandings: How We Care for Our Children According to Our Understanding.


Drug-Free ADD/ADHD Parenting Program– Dr. David B. Stein  a practicing clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Longwood College in Farmville, VA. Dave has been listed several times in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. He continues speaking out in his unwavering campaign against the use of amphetamine drugs to “treat” children labeled as ADD/ADHD. He offers a truly effective alternative to drug “treatment” known as the Caregiver’s Skills Program (CSP). He is author of several books which include Ritalin Is Not the Answer and Unraveling the ADD/ADHD Fiasco.

  Dr. David B. Stein


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Nutrition –  Links to Educate – Informative Articles & Resources that Parents Should Not Overlook

“Today, more than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choice, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies and lack of physical exercise.”  ~Mike Adams, Founder & Owner of Natural News

Junk Food and GMO’s Adversely Affect Behavior

A Miracle at Wisconsin High

Dramatic Health Recovery for GMO-Free  Medical Patients

Healthy Child Healthy World 

Natural News

Non-GMO Project

Non-GMO Shopping Guide

Moms Across America

Organic Consumers

Responsible Technology

Supplement Reference

Underground Health

Warner, Jackie – Here is a great book on how to eat healthy and stay thin without using artificial or processed foods, diet aids, or  deprivation techniques, which are all proven not to work. This is not a diet book but actually and simply teaches a person how to eat right and informs them on how the body utilizes certain foods. Parents can incorporate the information gained from this book into their lifestyle and into their kitchens to improve everyone’s health.  Page 52 – “Think less medication, more motivation, and think of food and exercise as powerful medicine.  Indeed, they’re more powerful than any drug you’ll ever take.”