The Mind Broad’s COVID-19 Response

Author: Tsara Shelton: Contact: [email protected]

Published: 03.12.2020

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Some of the changes that Dr. Lynette Louise, The Brain Broad, due to COVID restrictions.

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“There is a lady with a suitcase,” I like to say. I enjoy imagining how my mother, the international expert on brain changes and behavior, Dr. Lynette Louise (commonly referred to as “The Brain Broad”), in another house in another country, walks to another door ready to teach and fall in love with another family who pulls their rolling suitcase behind them. A suitcase containing her neurofeedback equipment, a tool that she uses in a unique way to help people who live with mental health problems and other brain imbalance issues.

There are stories from customers from all over the world in which children and adults stare in amazement and excitement out the windows and wait for Lynette, the lady with the suitcase, to arrive and help them. Understand them. Work at home with everyone.

However, with COVID restrictions, she can no longer roll her suitcase all the way to these doors and enter homes around the world to offer families her effective neurofeedback and behavior-intensive training.

Fortunately, however, there are many ways she can still visit homes to work with families, groups, and businesses. Aside from her many published books, articles, videos, and Autism Channel shows (Letters to Lynette is a short segment in which she answers viewer questions, and FIX IT IN FIVE with THE BRAIN BROAD is her international documentary series, in which she works for five days with families from different countries and teaches behavior and brain research to the audience.) Dr. Lynette Louise has switched her model from going to new doors with her suitcase to appearing with her big brain in the background. And as always, she helps people make important changes in their brains and behavior that will give them the knowledge and tools they need to find their own path to success.

Dr. Lynette Louise at the Leadership Summit 2020

Some of the COVID changes The Brain Broad made:

Speaking / Presenting / Hosting – As conferences and workshops have shifted their model to virtual venues or small gatherings with social distancing and other COVID restrictions, The Brain Broad has adapted the conversations to take into account the realities of this new global pandemic that is ours Mental and spiritual implications physical health has. As a brain and behavioral expert, she brings relevant value to a wide variety of events on a wide variety of topics. She recently conducted an interview for the Global Autism Summit 2 (virtual event) and the annual Albany Leadership Summit (social distanced event). . Event planners turn to Lynette with confidence that she is comfortable within COVID guidelines and is well set up for online presentations at home.

Work in person with groups and families: Although Lynette doesn’t accept new customers and doesn’t go to homes and businesses with their suitcases rolled behind them, she still visits customers virtually. Via the large network of video and / or audio conferencing apps available, The Brain Broad can listen to groups, observe, ask good questions and make effective suggestions for groups facing new challenges during this pandemic (homeschooling, sensory problems with the mask) Carrying, changing group dynamics in the workplace and igniting political battles). Lynette is gifted at teaching and helping people gain control of their own brain and behavioral growth during sensitive and challenging times. And because she has always offered virtual counseling to her existing clients, she has over 30 years of experience in virtual counseling on mental health. Bonus: Since she is also a neurofeedback practitioner, she also offers guidance to people with bio-feedback devices in their homes and offices

My favorite change –
Autism on the go: From 2021 Lynette will travel with her autistic son Dar and live in a motorhome. Together, Dar and Lynette will create a VLOG for The Autism Channel. The Autism Channel (free with Amazon Fire TV, Panasonic Viera TVs, and Roku devices) creates content for and by autistic people and their families. Lynette’s award-winning international documentary series FIX IT IN FIVE will air on The Autism Channel, as will her Q&A show Letters to Lynette via email. Although Dar made a cameo at the opening and closing of FIX IT IN FIVE, Autism on The Road will be the first time they have worked together as a team on a personal project. You will explore North America, often sharing autism-specific challenges, solutions, surprising experiences and insights with an audience. (Lynette and Dar worked together on the comedy show Living with Lynette, but it was a scripted show loosely based on reality.) People interested in Autism On The Road can check out the social media sites and keep an eye out for updates on Lynette’s newsletter by subscribing to The Loop and The Autism Channel. You can also reach out to Lynette personally if you are interested in her and Dar speaking at an event when they are out.

Personal note: My mother and brother have always wanted to work and travel together. If life has been wildly busy and Mama’s work has consistently taken her abroad, Mum and Dar would take any moment to imagine the day when they could make that dream come true. In all honesty, it’s a beautiful dream that is well deserved and I am honored that for a small part it involves the audience.

These are just some of the changes The Brain Broad, aka my mother, made during this time of change in the world.

“A healthy brain is a flexible brain.” ~ Dr. Lynette Louise, brain wide

One of the things that I keep thinking about during this global pandemic is how forward-looking my mother was to always instill the necessary skills of emotional and mental flexibility. My brothers were all on the autism spectrum, and mom always insisted on embracing changes in our home. If my brothers ever needed a routine, I never saw them. It seemed to me that they handled a change in routine better than most of the others. (Fun Fact: Mom encouraged accepting changes in the home, but we also changed homes often, mostly because our strange family was only tolerated by neighbors for a short time and Mother insisted that we be surrounded by some acceptance live. So, we moved a lot.: D)

Our health is always worth looking after. We are personally responsible for how we are doing, but it’s wonderful to know that there are people in this world who we can reach when we need more information, an expert opinion, or just support and knowledge that we are not The only ones who have trouble figuring out life.

And I know a lady with a suitcase that you can reach.

Lynette websites:
Lynette Louise:
Brain & Body (Neurofeedback & Autism website):

Contact Lynette Louise, D.Sc., Ph.D. ABD, previously Doubly Board certified for neurofeedback, / / 713-213-7682 / [email protected]

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Journal: Disabled World. Language: English. Author: Tsara Shelton. Electronic publication date: 2020-12-03. Last revision: 2020-12-03. Reference Title: “COVID-19 Response from Brain Broad” Source: COVID-19 Response from Brain Broad. Summary: Some of the changes that Dr. Lynette Louise, The Brain Broad, due to COVID restrictions. Retrieved on December 5th, 2020 from – reference category number: DW # 524-13902.

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