Services provided by High Point Strategies

  • Adjunct therapy for PTSD
  • Sensory motor movement therapy to support academic achievement
  • Classes tailored for stroke survivors and those with traumatic brain injuries -- sponsored by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.
  •  A unique approach for couples to resolve the challenges in a relationship
  • Stress management for the workplace
  • Monthly classes at local schools for children, teachers, and parents to experience Brain Gym
  • Training for teachers, counselors, and parents
  • Private sessions
  • Weekly Class in fall prevention: Stand Tall - Don't Fall
  • Presentations on a variety of topics including:
    • Hyperactivity, frustration, and anger -- how movement can develop easy self-control
    • Infant reflexes and their affect on learning and behavior
    • How movement can assist in releasing trauma, rage, and dissociation
    • The neuroscience behind trauma and how movement can restore normal functioning
    • Brain Organization Profiles -- how our neural "blueprint" influences how we learn, express, and relate to others
    • (Re)-Building the Mental and Physical Skills for Living and Learning



Christina works with counselors in Flagstaff as an adjunct therapist with PTSD clients.  This is an outgrowth of several months of evaluation of how Brain Gym® can assist with PTSD clients.  The measure of change, tracked through questionnaires, demonstrates that Brain Gym results in significant positive change in these individuals.

Christina offers a monthly or biweekly class, The Brain Train, for students to benefit from therapeutic sequences designed to develop cross-lateral abilities and optimum brain power. There is a strong correlation between a student's behavior and academic success and their cross-lateral skills. 



Christina offers a weekly class for anyone with balance issues.  View flyer.

The National Council on Aging reports that every year one in three US citizens aged 65 and older falls. Falling is the leading cause of injury-related death among people in this age group. Brain Gym® and related sensory-integration motor activities work directly on the brain body system to stimulate efficient and effective gross and fine motor neural patterns to support balance. These simple, adaptable movements integrate the vestibular system (necessary for both static and dynamic balance) with visual, auditory, and kinesthetic systems. This gives balance and focus to seniors.

A typical one-hour session includes:

·      Warm Up – Lengthening the muscles and waking up the senses.

·      More Active Exercises – Various cross-lateral motor activities, movements that release ingrained motor habits of tension, and energizing gross and fine motor movements.

·      Integration Time – Calming movement patterns that sooth the nervous system, allowing it to assimilate what it has just experienced.

·      Less Active Exercises –  A time to experience daily movements and sensory challenges in a different way as a result of the sensory-integration movements just experienced: walking, seeing, listening, and communicating.

·      Final integration and assimilation time – Rest and relax.