San Diego, Calif. – Brain Balance San Diego kicks off the New Year with a handful of virtual parenting workshops on executive functioning and goal setting, among other topics from managing meltdowns to sensory processing struggles.

The Brain Balance program is designed to strengthen and build brain connectivity with a unique combination of physical, sensory, and cognitive activities. These new, efficient, and effective connections in the brain lead to improvements in students’ ability to complete cognitive tasks and in their executive functioning. Cognitive tasks include focus, memory, learning, comprehension and reasoning, while executive functioning manages behaviors and emotions, organization, self-motivation and self-regulation, as well as problem solving.

Upcoming virtual talks include:

<<Virtual Open House: Executive Functioning and New Year Goals>>
Tuesday, January 12, 2021, from 6:30-7:00pm
Join Amanda Lee, Center Director of Brain Balance San Diego, to tour the center and learn ways to improve you and your child’s executive functions to achieve your goals this new year from better focus to time management to accomplishing chores at home. All participants will be given resources they can utilize right away.
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<<Complimentary Training / Workshop>>
Brain Balance San Diego is also offering a complimentary one-hour training to parties interested in improving their team’s professional development, enhancing the services you provide, or supporting families in learning more about their child’s struggles. Topics include:

  • Attention and Focus/ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Sensory Processing Struggles
  • The Developing Brain and Classroom Success
  • Executive Functioning
  • Managing Meltdowns

<<The Developing Brain & Classroom Success>>
Wednesday, February 10, 2021, from 6:30-8:00pm
In-Person Workshop at the Center for Human and Health Potential in Mission Valley;
6342 Riverdale Street, San Diego (92120)
Explore techniques to improve your child’s developing brain to help them reach their potential in and out of the classroom, from better focus to behavior to social skills.
RSVP required; extremely limited seating; RSVP available soon

“The past 10 months have been challenging for everyone, including a second shutdown during the holidays, before a long school break,” said Amanda Lee, Brain Balance San Diego, Center Director. “For kids who struggle with focus, behavior or anxiety, new at-home routines, or lack of schedules during the holidays, can be difficult. Brain Balance can help kids, and parents, evaluate the problems and put a plan in place for the new year that will help both kids and parents.”

When kids struggle with focus, behavior, or sensory processing, it can be linked to weak connections across different regions of the brain. “But the good news is, we know that the brain, and behaviors, can change by applying exercises and activities, outlined through the Brain Balance program, to strengthen and build new connections,” said Lee.

The drug-free Brain Balance program was also recently part of a research study conducted by Harvard University’s McLean Hospital. The research study focused on the impact of aspects of the Brain Balance program, completed at home, on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Additionally, in a separate study, published by the Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology, nearly all students who participated in the program showed nearly 50% improvement in mental well-being. For information on the research findings, visit:

Brain Balance San Diego is located at 10175 Rancho Carmel Drive, Suite 124 (92128). For more information, please call (858) 324-5545 or visit

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About Brain Balance

Brain Balance is the leading drug-free training program designed to help kids improve focus, behavior, social skills, anxiety, and academic performance. The program takes an integrative approach to strengthening brain connectivity through sensory engagement, physical development, academics, and nutrition. Over the past decade and across 100 locations, this unique and effective program has helped more than 40,000 families create a brighter path for their future. Visit to learn more.